More than 700 U.S. cities plan to delay or cancel infrastructure projects because their budgets are drained.
Gov. Cuomo urged people excited about New York City reopening to remain vigilant about social distancing to guard against a spike in Covid-19 cases.
Dow futures rise again as investors remain focused on the reopening of the U.S. economy despite civil unrest across the nation.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio condemned the four Minneapolis officers involved in the death of George Floyd, saying this "horrifying" situation cannot happen again.
New York City is figuring out when and how to reopen restaurants and bars safely with public health measures, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday.
Coronavirus inflammatory syndrome in children is causing heart and kidney failure, New York City Health Commissioner Dr. Oxiris Barbot said Monday.
State officials have previously lamented shortages of supplies necessary to ramp up testing, including the test kits themselves, swabs and reagents, which are chemicals needed to analyze tests.
More than 250 homeless people were moved out of New York subway trains as the system was shut down for disinfecting due to coronavirus Wednesday.
"Wherever you turn, you're going to be offered a face covering, and it's going to be on an ongoing basis for weeks to come to make sure everyone has what they need," de Blasio said Monday.
Last week, de Blasio and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced New York City is suspending 24-hour subway service to disinfect subway cars and protect essential workers during the coronavirus crisis.
Covid-19 has infected more than 167,000 people in New York City, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
New York City is suspending 24-hour subway service to disinfect subway cars during the coronavirus crisis, the mayor and governor announced.
On Wednesday, de Blasio announced New York City will offer free coronavirus antibody testing to more than 150,000 health-care workers and first responders.
New York City Health Commissioner Dr. Oxiris Barbot said last week that nearly 1 million residents probably have been exposed to the coronavirus, well above the number of confirmed cases.
At the average rate of around 157,000 tests run a day in April, it would take almost 6 years to test everyone in the U.S. just once.
On Tuesday, de Blasio announced plans to hire 1,000 health workers to track coronavirus cases as well as anyone who has come into contact with someone who's tested positive for Covid-19.
Capacity to test broadly throughout the population and to trace contacts with those who test positive for Covid-19 is a crucial element of the state's plans to lift restrictions, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo have previously said.
Covid-19 has infected at least 3 million people around the world, killing at least 208,131 people.
On Thursday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo released the preliminary results of a statewide coronavirus antibody study, which estimated 13.9% of the New Yorkers have likely had Covid-19 already.