Fred Mogul appears in the following:
Sunset Park COVID Spike: 'Too Many People Without Masks'
Friday, August 14, 2020
The park for which the neighborhood is named is a gem. But many Sunset Park residents — wary of a spike in COVID-19 cases — say some people are taking too few precautions.
Welcome To New York, Traveler. Now Please Begin Your Quarantine
Saturday, August 08, 2020
New York City is setting up quarantine "checkpoints" for travelers from states that are COVID-19 hot spots. The city wants travelers from high-risk states to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.
NYC's Health Commissioner Resigns After Clashes With Mayor
Wednesday, August 05, 2020
The replacement of New York City's health commissioner, Dr. Oxiris Barbot, comes as the city braces for a possible resurgence of the coronavirus.
As Local Temps Climb and COVID Cases Dip, Many Leave Their Masks In Their Pockets
Thursday, July 16, 2020
Political fights over masks have gotten the headlines. But for many non-mask-wearers in New York City, politics has nothing to do with it.
Is Coronavirus Creeping Into Our Cookouts?
Wednesday, July 15, 2020
Fresh air is good for many things -- but health experts warn backyard barbecuers and other outdoor socializers that being outside isn't enough to prevent coronavirus transmission.
Why Doctors Keep Monitoring Children Who Recover From Mysterious COVID-Linked Illness
Wednesday, July 15, 2020
After contracting coronavirus, almost 200 kids in the U.S. developed a new inflammatory syndrome. Most recovered, but pediatric researchers have started a study to watch for long-term effects.
NYC Schools Have Been Closed For Months. Must Health Clinics Remain Shuttered, Too?
Tuesday, July 14, 2020
Outside the city, school-based clinics either never closed—or closed and re-opened. The hospitals and community centers that run them say it's time to open up to give kids their shots.
In Brownsville, A Kitchen Springs Into Action To Feed The Hungry
Monday, July 13, 2020
Infections are down and the economy is slowly opening up, but unemployment remains high – and so does demand at local food pantries and soup kitchens. We visit one in Brooklyn.
Doctors Continue Research Into Rare Inflammatory Syndrome In Children With COVID-19
Friday, July 10, 2020
A tiny subset of children exposed to the coronavirus have later developed a strange new inflammatory syndrome. Most fully recover, yet doctors still want to track them for long-term health problems.
Coronavirus Contact Tracers Are On The Line. Many Are Getting Through, But The System Still Has Drop-Outs
Thursday, June 25, 2020
Health officials from New York City and Albany are both experiencing obstacles as they ramp up their contact tracing programs.
As Coronavirus Testing Grows, Swabs Shrink. (And That's Good News.)
Tuesday, June 23, 2020
Around 30,000 people are getting tested for coronavirus each day in New York City at more than 300 different sites. And at many places, testing is less intrusive than ever before.
His Mysterious Illness Was Triggered By Covid. He’s Better Now. But What About In The Future?
Tuesday, June 09, 2020
In a small number of children, the SARS2 coronavirus seems to trigger an auto-immune illness that could have long-term consequences. Doctors are monitoring them closely.
Coffers Shrinking, Area Hospitals Await Aid
Monday, May 04, 2020
With costs for overtime, extra staffing and equipment ballooning and revenues from elective procedures shriveling, officials say a new federal aid package can't come soon enough.
At Hospice Unit, One Doctor Says A Lot Of Healing Still To Come
Wednesday, April 29, 2020
Metro-area hospitals may be getting a little less crowded, but COVID-19 remains an overwhelming fact of life – and death. This is the story of one hospice doctor.
Antibody Tests Attract Hopes, Dreams, and Confusion
Saturday, April 25, 2020
Many New Yorkers want a test to prove they had COVID-19, if they were never 100% sure or never got a lab test. But not everyone understands what antibodies say about immunity.
As Nurses Aid New York, Other States Worry They'll Be Short-Staffed Too
Friday, April 24, 2020
New York says more than 25,000 workers have come from outside to help in their hospitals. That's left leaders in other states worried they may not have the help they need when cases peak elsewhere.
Early Antibody Tests Suggest Coronavirus Infected One In Five NYC Residents
Thursday, April 23, 2020
The survey comes with many caveats, starting with its small sample size and the kinds of donors tested. But provides a glimpse of how widespread the virus is.
USNS Comfort To Sail Into The Sunset
Tuesday, April 21, 2020
Gov. Cuomo says New York City no longer needs the "Comfort," the US Navy's 1,000-bed floating hospital, because the COVID-19 outbreak is increasingly under control.
Testing, Testing: Where We Stand on Detecting The Virus And The People Who've Recovered
Monday, April 20, 2020
There are different tests and different populations that need to be tested depending on what the goal is. We clear up the confusion.
Shortage Of Dialysis Equipment Leads To Difficult Decisions In New York ICUs
Sunday, April 19, 2020
Hospital workers on the front lines in the New York metro area have been sounding the alarm about an insufficient supply of dialysis machines for patients with COVID-19-related kidney damage.