Friends of Minnesota man with Omicron also tests positive

More than a dozen friends of the Minnesota resident who recently traveled to New York City and tested positive for the Omicron variant of COVID-19 have also reportedly tested positive for the virus. The fully vaccinated man, who attended an anime convention in Manhattan from Nov. 19-21, told New York health officials that 15 of … Read more

Friends of Minnesota man with Omicron also tests positive

More than a dozen friends of the Minnesota resident who recently traveled to New York City and tested positive for the Omicron variant of COVID-19 have also reportedly tested positive for the virus. The fully vaccinated man, who attended an anime convention in Manhattan from Nov. 19-21, told New York health officials that 15 of … Read more

Suozzi throws Hochul, praises Andrew Cuomo’s COVID leadership

Democratic Representative Tom Suozzi on Wednesday praised the disgraced former government. Andrew Cuomo’s leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic. Suozzi referred to the same Cuomo who used staff and other government resources to get a $ 5.1 million pandemic book deal; drive deaths in nursing homes by ordering COVID-19-affected patients back to them; and then hid … Read more

Gov. Hochul orders stop of elective surgery in the middle of the COVID climb, Omicron

Here we go again. Governor Kathy Hochul on Friday signed a decree suspending elective hospital operations – something that has not been done since the worst of the first coronavirus outbreak last year. Hochul said she took the step to deal with staff shortages and increase bed capacity amid an expected “increase” in new cases … Read more

Little Italy’s oldest Italian store is threatened with closure

E. Rossi and Co.’s storefront in Little Italy, on the corner of Grand and Mulberry, appears to be a typical gift shop crammed with religious items, music, and kitchen utensils. (Otherwise known as the Italian essentials.) But the tourists who pass by – drunk on Campari and full of pasta – might want to give … Read more

Why I’m grateful that people are returning home for vacation in NYC

Welcome back, New York City, in all your crowded, cluttered, patience-testing glory. Good riddance to the “ghost town” that the world media warned us about should be our permanent destiny. I hate loud noise. I hate overcrowding. But I say to The Big Apple on this golden, parade-redux Thanksgiving holiday: Be as loud and as … Read more

NYC sanitation workers suspended during vaccine investigation

Sign up for our newsletter in special edition to get a daily update on the coronavirus pandemic. Three dozen sanitation workers have been suspended amid an ongoing investigation revealed by The Post of vaccination fraud by NYC employees, their union said. “They accuse them of forging their COVID card,” said Harry Nespoli, president of Teamsters … Read more