On Tuesday, Gov. Cuomo announced that his brother Chris, who is a tv host on CNN, has the coronavirus. Meanwhile, Brendan McInnis, a 2nd-grader from Garden City, found a heartwarming way to make health care workers at NYU Winthrop Hospital cheer up. Here is your daily wrap up of all things COVID-19 related on Long Island for March 31.
- A second grader has a unique plan to help find a vaccine, and the Governor’s brother has coronavirus
- Curran: 'The surge is coming'
- Bellone: 9 new deaths in Suffolk County due to coronavirus
- Cuomo: More than 9,000 new positive cases since Monday
- CNN's Chris Cuomo has coronavirus
- LI cardiologists take their services on the road
- ASL interpreters talk about COVID-19
- Communities come together to help those on the front lines
- USNS Comfort arrives in NYC
- Patchogue distillery delivering happy hours
LI virus clusters show up as more testing done
The coronavirus has swept at varying speeds across Long Island communities, according to a Newsday analysis of data from the state, Nassau and Suffolk.
Coronavirus: Your questions answered
Can you get it from a cardboard box? Can you contract the virus twice? There are a lot of questions right now. We're here to answer them for you.
- Loans, advice available to LI businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic
Upbeat things to do without leaving your house
We're here to help you stay happy and healthy while social distancing, with streaming recommendations, a restaurant takeout guide, spring-cleaning tips and much more.