Misinformation and a fear of missing out on work are preventing residents from getting the COVID-19 vaccine in the geographically isolated neighborhood of Far Rockaway, Queens.
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When the state Legislature passed the Emergency Eviction Act at the end of last year, nearly all eviction proceedings were paused for 60 days. That pause ends on Friday, Feb. 26.
Despite being essential workers with a high risk for COVID-19 infection, New York farmworkers were not included in vaccination tier 1B
Members of our audience sent requests for information regarding who and how one can get the vaccine in New York. Here is what we know and how you can get the vaccine.
New York State implemented a new eviction moratorium with some differences from the ones in the past. Here we explain how to proceed
New York State extended its Rent Relief Program because the original requirements were too narrow. Now more people can get the benefit
Documented asked its community of Latino immigrants about their concerns with the COVID vaccine. Safety seems to be a top priority as they seem to not be willing to get the vaccine without having some questions asked first
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After the vaccines are approved by the Food and Drug Administration, a nationwide rollout will begin. Here's an explainer on who will get vaccinated and when.
After reports of a tenant evicted by Marshals, here’s how that happened during the eviction moratorium and what that means for renters.