Staten Island and other towns across New York are putting proactive measures in place to quell the spread of COVID-19. Disruptions to school, work, and major public gatherings are already manifesting and it’s important to stay up to date on what’s happening in the Staten Island, NY community.
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New York COVID-19 Cases
New York Total Coronavirus Cases: 5,776,543
New York New Coronavirus Deaths: 22
New York Total Coronavirus Deaths: 70,142
U.S. Total Coronavirus Cases: 89,360,080
U.S. New Coronavirus Deaths: 228
U.S. Total Coronavirus Deaths: 1,042,678
Coronavirus News for Staten Island
Are monoclonal antibodies still effective in treating coronavirus? Docs discuss where treatment stands.
A first-step treatment against COVID-19 previously hailed as lifesaving by top doctors on Staten Island has taken considerable blows as continued disease mutations effectively eliminated protections ... More info »SILive - 06/29/2022 09:50pm
Rudy Giuliani was allegedly attacked by a worker at a ShopRite on Staten Island while campaigning for his son, Andrew, who is running for Governor. More info »Fox 5 NY - 06/26/2022 09:11am
Some NYC public brick-and-mortar COVID testing sites, including 2 on Staten Island, to close next month
Officials plan to reduce a main feature of the city’s public health response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic next month. Seven brick-and-mortar testing sites, including those at the former St. More info »SILive - 06/30/2022 03:46am
U.S. regulators are telling COVID-19 vaccine makers to tweak any booster doses intended for fall so they protect against the newest omicron relatives. There's no way to know what coronavirus ... More info »Omaha.com - 06/30/2022 03:45am
Staten Island buses are canceled more frequently than those in any other borough, even as bus service gets closer to pre-pandemic norms in the other boroughs around the city. According to the MTA’s ... More info »Streetsblog - 06/21/2022 04:01pm