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COVID-19 coverage.

Sniffing Out a Cure for Smell Loss

For those desperate to smell and taste again post-COVID, these science-backed therapies may hold the key.


Overwhelmed by Omicron: Stories from the Pandemic's Third Wave

Hudson Valley residents share their first-hand experiences of Omicron.


Finding Hope For Long COVID

New Centers Of Care Are Taking A Surround Sound Approach To Long Hauler Syndrome
Taking in every specialization from neurology and cardiology to rheumatology and pulmonology, local hospitals have robust treatment plans to combat the debilitating effects of long COVID.


COVID Watch | April 2021

It Takes A Village To Vaccinate
Greenburgh's COVID Angels-a volunteer group almost 300 strong-work with churches and local health centers to reach low-income and minority residents who might otherwise get left behind in the vaccine rollout.


Has COVID Killed Sex?

Has the stress, grief, and survival-centric state of mind that tanked you libido? You're not alone.


A Guide to Getting Your COVID-19 Vaccine

Your one-stop-shop guide to getting vaccinated in the Hudson Valley and the Catskills: Who qualifies, where to go, what to expect, and how to do it, plus the latest policy updates.


COVID Watch: Essential, Invisible, Ineligible

Farm and Food Workers Await the Vaccine
Vulnerable farm workers and rural communities are being overlooked by New York State's Covid vaccine rollout.


COVID Watch: with The River Newsroom | February 2021

A Shot in the Dark
Governor Cuomo keeps telling us: Follow the data. Follow the science. Follow the metrics. But both vaccines and vaccine data continue to be in short supply. When will the state level with us and provide public access to vaccine data?


COVID Watch: January 2021

A Monthly Update on COVID-19 in the Hudson Valley from The River
A monthly update from the The River on COVID-19 in the region.


Going Viral: Behind the Scenes at Ulster County’s COVID-19 Call Center

Behind the Scenes at Ulster County’s COVID-19 Call Center



A monthly update from the The River on COVID-19 in the region.
A monthly update from the The River on COVID-19 in the region.


There Must Be Something in the Water

How Wastewater Surveillance at Clarkson University is Providing An Early Warning System for COVID-19 Outbreaks
Shane Rogers, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, has been conducting cutting-edge, wastewater-based epidemiology to create an early warning system for coronavirus outbreaks.


Grief in the Time of Corona

Losing a loved one is never easy, and in coronavirus times, the intensity is off the charts. Grief today feels universal and relatable, yet it’s also turned on its head as we’ve had to either create new traditions or reshape old ones to fit our new reality.



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