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Dr. Fauci Says Americans Should Never ‘Shake Hands Again’ – So Now What
The nation's top infectious disease doctor says Americans should never shake hands again, leaving us to find a new to greet each other.
7 Things CNY Essential Workers Want You to Know During The Pandemic
While many of us are working from home, essential workers are often on the front lines, interacting with public - as medical workers, cashiers, and in other key roles - and they've got some advice for the general public.
Warning: Do Not Microwave Your Mask to Sanitize It
Masks are becoming a way of life as part of the coronavirus pandemic, and keeping them clean is important. Just don't put them in the microwave.
Official Note to Kids: Tooth Fairy and Easter Bunny Declared Essential Workers
With so many being forced to work from home, serious questions have arisen about exactly who is an essential worker, and who isn't. We get to the bottom of two key workers.
NYS Regents Requirement Waived for Students Passing Course, AP Tests Online
The New York State Department of Education has issued further guidance after it cancelled the June Regents exams. The Department says they plan to waive the Regents requirement for graduation, provided a student passes the coursework associated with the Regents.
Walmart Preparing to Limit Number of Shoppers in Stores
Walmart appears to be preparing to limit the number of shoppers in the store at one time, as entrances are secured.
New York State Cancels Spring Break for All Public Schools
In spite of the fact that all New York State public schools are closed through April 14th, the state has cancelled spring break, requiring schools to provide instruction through any scheduled break.
Doctor Gives Tips on How to Safely Clean Your Groceries
We've all been scrubbing surfaces, washing our hands, and social distancing in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus. You have to eat, but it's likely that can of soup you just bought has been touched by several people before you brought it home - how do you make sure it's clean…
Central New York Mom Spreads Hope with Family ‘Cheer Mobile’
A single mom of three in Central New York is spreading joy with a minivan and some paint.
7 Things Central New Yorkers Get Excited About During the Quarantine
It's safe to say we're all learning things about ourselves during the coronavirus. What we're really willing to eat regularly, how much we actually LIKE our co-workers, and what passes for excitement.