Unemployment deepens as the rate of infection slows, thanks to social distancing.
The New York State Department of Health has developed a serum antibody test to detect who is immune to the virus.
Not able to reach out in person, Brooklynites are letting their stoops, windows and sidewalks do the talking.
The official coronavirus death count continues to drift down, an encouraging sign that social distancing may be flattening the curve.
Good news: On Sunday, the number of deaths from coronavirus fell for the first time in New York City since the debut of the pandemic.
You can't head there in person but Brooklyn Museum is inviting everyone to join a virtual party debuting this Saturday.
All New Yorkers can pick up free meals where schools are distributing them to children starting today.
Cuomo closed NYC playgrounds, unemployment claims exceeded 6.6 million, and health care workers lack equipment to shield against high doses of the virus.
Playgrounds in Fort Greene, Williamsburg and Brighton Beach are among those closed because of overcrowding, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
We’re using this extra time at home to finish up some DIY projects that have been on our list.