Answers to your questions about getting the COVID-19 vaccine
Even if you've had COVID, you should get vaccinated, medical experts say.
Q & A: What's allowed in Phase 4?
Activities on college campuses and professional sports, minus the fans, can resume, along with film and television production.
Cover your face: What to know about wearing a mask to stop COVID-19
Newsday interviewed two Long Island doctors about their tips, concerns and key recommendations when it comes to mask wearing to prevent exposure to the coronavirus.
FAQ: Reopening rules for restaurants, salons
From ketchup at the table to what to do if tables aren't 6 feet apart in all directions, your questions answered. And sorry, no facials allowed.
FAQ: What is contact tracing?
It's one of the most crucial steps to figuring out where the spread of COVID-19 came from — and whom it might attack next, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
What to know about antibodies
Wondering what an antibody is and what an antibody test can tell us? Here are the key facts.
FAQ: What is Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, and how do I apply?
The new program makes gig workers, independent contractors and others eligible for benefits.
Making sense of COVID-19 testing
We have answers to key questions about coronavirus testing as Long Island, New York and the nation work toward facilitating it on a mass scale.
Need help? Here's a resource guide
Numbers and websites offering assistance during the coronavirus pandemic