Local government and health officials are examining the latest COVID-19 data, hoping to see trends that show Suffolk County has reached the apex of the coronavirus outbreak. But the data are not so clear.
Legislator Al Krupski’s office is a drop-off point for donated personal protective equipment now being collected by Suffolk County Fire, Rescue and...
‘We’re helpless with this virus’: Medical workers describe the vicious battle against COVID-19 in Suffolk hospitals
The doctors, nurses and other health care professionals on the front lines of the battle against coronavirus on Long Island are struggling to keep up, struggling to protect their own health and struggling to even understand the enemy that they’re fighting.croon
Schools and “non-essential” businesses will remain closed through at least April 29, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced today. Residents must continue to adhere to stay at home and social distancing rules in order to get beyond the coronavirus outbreak, Cuomo said.
A drive-thru food pantry will distribute food to residents in need this afternoon at First Baptist Church of Riverhead. The pantry will open at 1:30 p.m. and will be open as long as supplies last. The pantry has two pallets of food to distribute.
To say thank you to the health care workers on the front line of the COVID-19 battle at Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead, community members are organizing a convoy of cars to drive past the hospital this evening beginning from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. during the hospital’s change of shift.
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Local teachers have staged drive-by “parades,” rallied alumni to record videos on social media and conducted school-wide campaigns to create signs with messages of encouragement for local students stuck at home.
All school board, village board and library board elections scheduled to take place in New York in April or May have been postponed "until at least June 1," under an executive order signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo yesterday.
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