Teresa Priolo, Fox5NY

Teresa Priolo


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Teresa:

NY plans to end indoor mask mandate in schools and camps next week

The New York City Department of Education says that the city will continue to require masks inside public schools. → Read More

Spread of COVID-19 variants worries NJ, NY officials

In New Jersey, there have been roughly 400 reports of variants of concern. Most of which are of the U.K. strain. → Read More

Love Chapel NYC hosts micro-weddings amid pandemic restrictions

Love Chapel NYC, tucked away on West 75th Street, is the answer to City Hall's 90-second nuptial. → Read More

How 'COVID fatigue' threatens public health

A Gallup survey says people have so-called COVID fatigue. → Read More

Macy's unveils new holiday window tribute to frontline workers

Macy's has unveiled its 2020 holiday windows, which are a tribute to frontline workers during the pandemic. → Read More

Landlords rally to demand financial relief

Landlords are asking state and congressional leaders for financial aid. → Read More

Health officials warn against pursuing herd immunity to stop coronavirus

Health officials from across the globe are warning against the idea that herd immunity might be a realistic strategy to stop the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

De Blasio, NYPD commissioner push back at Cuomo on police reforms

The commissioner of the NYPD and the mayor of New York City are snapping back at comments the governor made. → Read More

Boomerang Generation: Pandemic sends young Americans back home to parents

As of June, almost 3 million young adults moved in with a parent or grandparent, according to Zillow. It is believed that 80% were born after 1996. Statistics like these haven't been recorded since World War II. → Read More

Why a COVID-19 vaccine isn't specifically being developed for children

Children and young adults make up 22% of the U.S. population and 7% of COVID-19 cases nationally. → Read More

NYC sheriff patrols Astoria in wake of late-night crowds outside bars

Members of the New York City Sheriff's Office were on Steinway Street on Tuesday to make sure that bars and restaurants maintained order. → Read More

Frozen foods are having a culinary moment thanks to the pandemic

Frozen foods have proven to be no-fuss items that are quick to get on the table. They're affordable options that last a long time. And they can be healthy alternatives, especially when other options don't exist. That might be why at the beginning of the pandemic, some frozen foods were so tough to get. → Read More

Social media influencers and the antiracism battle

For most people, their Instagram feed has changed greatly over the last three weeks; following and unfollowing people who are serving up content around social justice reform, rather than a perfectly poured latte or the ultimate capsule collection. → Read More

How COVID-19 may change New York City

Whether you live in New York full time or commute in for work, you can't deny that the city is different as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Queens mural of doctor who died of COVID pays tribute to immigrant health care workers

Artist Jorge Gerada is painting a massive mural on the ground in Flushing Meadows–Corona Park. → Read More

Lone star ticks are on the hunt in New York

As the world focuses on COVID-19, some top tick educators have a stark reminder that insidious predators an eighth of an inch in size lie in wait. → Read More

MTA chairman: Pandemic fare hike is a 'nonstarter'

MTA Chairman Patrick Foye said although the agency is facing a massive financial crisis amid the pandemic, he does not support a fare hike. → Read More

Why human challenge trials for a COVID-19 vaccine are worth the risks

Vaccine human challenge trials have been used for other diseases, too, such as malaria, typhoid, and Dengue fever. → Read More

Doctors probe link between COVID-19 and kids with Kawasaki disease

The question is: Are these Kawasaki-like symptoms are linked to the coronavirus infection? → Read More

Location-tracking reveals lockdown fatigue

The University of Maryland-College Park's Transportation Institute has been tracking location data from cell phone apps since the country went into lockdown. People were staying home--until they weren't. → Read More