Some patients develop long-term illness; a new center in midtown aims to help them.
The pandemic had an impact on police officers, too.
Church leaders look to online platforms to prophesy to congregants during the pandemic.
In a city where patients speak over 600 languages, interpreters are coping with a flood of requests.
Animal shelters see an increase in pet adoptions during the pandemic.
Harlem high-rise tenants say pets are falling to their deaths from newly-installed windows.
Though the Mount Sinai van stopped operating in March during the COVID-19 shutdown, it resumed last month, though with some changes.
With high turnout, New Yorkers patiently waited to cast their ballots.
The city’s 250 senior centers remain closed, depriving older New Yorkers of face to face social connections.
Family court hasn’t added new petitions for support, custody or visitation to its calendar in almost seven months.