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“We’re pretty much bringing patients to the hospital to die.” That’s how city paramedic Megan Pfeiffer summed up the increasingly grim local coronavirus situation to The Post, while described...

Ten city playgrounds that are still drawing crowds amid the coronavirus outbreak will be shuttered late Tuesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio said. Hizzoner has resisted calls to close city parks and playgrounds...

A NEW York City doctor is struggling for his life after a coronavirus patient coughed on him, passing along the deadly virus. Dr. Arnold Weg, 63, saw the patient roughly a month ago, and 10 days later,...

Nearly 100 more Big Apple residents died from the coronavirus since Sunday morning, raising the city’s death toll to 776, according to city data. From 9:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m., the city tallied 98 more...

A Manhattan judge on Thursday ordered the release of a career criminal charged with stabbing his girlfriend to death out of concern he could contract coronavirus at Rikers, the Post has learned. State...

The city’s restaurants and performing arts are why tourists flock to New York — but thanks to the coronavirus, those industries are bracing for a long haul of nothing. While take-out and delivery...

New York City reported 84 more deaths from the coronavirus Thursday as the number of confirmed cases continues to soar locally and across the country. The de Blasio administration also confirmed 1,239...

The shortage of safety gear at one Manhattan hospital is so dire that desperate nurses have resorted to wearing trash bags — and some blame the situation for the coronavirus death of a beloved colleague. A...

The unions representing cops, firefighters and EMS officers are urging Mayor Bill de Blasio to make them a higher priority for access to coronavirus testing given their front-line duties interacting with...

New York’s beleaguered hotel industry is getting drafted to help out in the disease outbreak that threatens its very survival. The US Army Corps of Engineers has plans to take over as many as 10,000...

The number of coronavirus cases in the Big Apple doubled overnight to 3,615 Thursday with increased testing, up from 1,871 late Wednesday. The new figures released Thursday by City Hall also show that...

Amid a citywide ban of more than 50 people gathering in more than one spot due to the coronavirus, video emerged of authorities dispersing a large Jewish prayer group outside the shuttered Chabad Lubavitch...

Mayor Bill de Blasio plans to release “vulnerable” inmates from city jails to prevent the spread of the coronavirus pandemic into local lockups, he said Wednesday. “In the next 48 hours,...

Get a grip, Bill! Cuomo blasts ‘panic and fear’ being created by calls for a total NYC lockdown to fight coronavirus in veiled attack on De Blasio – but says a huge hospital ship will...

What will happen to the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway? The city has ambitious plans to fix the falling-down roadway — so many plans that the BQE may collapse as everyone figures out what to do. The BQE...

New York City may be the city that never sleeps — but it might be safer for some New Yorkers to give it a rest this weekend amid the coronavirus outbreak, according to experts. Popular events in...