New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo called on Monday for healthcare workers elsewhere to help the state's overwhelmed hospitals battle the coronavirus and made a plea for bipartisanship and "partnership" with U.S. President Donald Trump.
As the coronavirus pandemic rages on across Long Island, we want to hear from the health care workers on the front lives battling to save lives.
Experts on the White House coronavirus task force persuaded President Donald Trump that a travel advisory was preferable to the strict quarantine he was considering for the hard-hit New York area to limit the spread of the pathogen, officials said on Sunday.
LIRR President: Our workforce is on the frontlines, playing a key role in the response to this pandemic.
It is perhaps the biggest decision of our time: In the wake of the coronavirus, how do we balance the goal of saving every life possible without sending us into a deep economic depression?
OpEd: New York is the state hardest hit in the country by the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, and containing its spread and combatting this outbreak must continue to be a whole-government, top-to-bottom approach.
The number of people diagnosed with coronavirus on Long Island rose Sunday to more than 11,000 — one fifth of the cases in New York State, officials said.
Coronavirus patients requiring medical care are surging into Long Island hospitals before the disease's spread is expected to peak in two to three weeks, officials warned.
Known primarily for its small-batch whiskeys and flavor-infused moonshines, Twin Stills Moonshine Distillery in Riverhead shares more than just its spirits with its customers — there’s a legacy behind the brand.
Public and private schools across Long Island and New York State will be closed an additional two weeks, through April 15, to prevent the spread of coronavirus, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Friday morning.