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Narmeen Choudhury


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Wpix Narmeen:

De Blasio pushes for more local control of vaccinations

MIDTOWN, Manhattan — New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio pushed for more local control of vaccinations for the city on Tuesday. De Blasio said his sentiment is shared by mayors of other major cities across the United States. They’re even suggesting cutting out state control of local supply altogether. “Many of us have appealed […] → Read More

Pandemic compounds financial, emotional distress for NYC cab drivers

At 66 years old, Dalip Singh could lose everything he’s worked for. → Read More

Vaccine site to open up at Citi Field Wednesday

With New York at its lowest positivity rate since early December, more New Yorkers are about to get the all-important vaccine shot in the arm. → Read More

New York, New Jersey await vaccine supply boost as the need remains apparent

Vaccine supply has been a major issue nationwide. → Read More

New York battles dwindling COVID-19 vaccine supply, mistrust in some communities

COVID-19 vaccine shortages across the tri-state continue. → Read More

Complicated online process for vaccine appointment raises concerns for older NYers

As New York expands eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine to millions more people, including those 75 years old and older, concerns are being raised about the steps it takes to register online for an appointment. → Read More

COVID-19 cases surge in prisons

As COVID-19 infection rates rise, across the state the numbers inside the state’s prisons are unfortunately are also following the same trend. → Read More

Brooklyn couple documenting stories of COVID-19 survivors on Instagram

BROOKLYN — A Brooklyn couple have taken an unexpected journey during the pandemic. They've been driving across the country, filming and sharing the stories of COVID-19 survivors. You can see some of the stories they're telling on their Instagram page. → Read More

Queens hospital workers 2 of the first to get Pfizer vaccine

There were cheers and excitement in the halls of Elmhurst Hospital Wednesday as two of their own received their first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

LI yeshiva website hacked with anti-Semitic videos, swastikas: officials

Hackers took over a Long Island yeshiva's website on Monday and posted videos of Nazis, swastikas and anti-Semitic songs. → Read More

Hospitals bracing as COVID cases rise around NY

Coronavirus cases remain on the rise in New York as the state reports record highs in testing for COVID-19. → Read More

Changes to New York's COVID hot zones as cases rise

Changes are coming to New York City’s color coded maps, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday. → Read More

New York handling COVID-19 well but numbers continue to rise

The eastern half of the country and specifically the New York are remain, despite a surge in coronavirus cases, among the states faring better than others in this second wave. → Read More

New Yorkers vote young progressives into Congress

New Yorkers voted several young progressives into Congress on Election Day. → Read More

NYC Board of Elections scrambling to fix ballot error

The New York City Board of Elections acknowledges some issues with absentee ballots, particularly those sent out to Brooklyn voters. → Read More

A closer look at Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett

NEW YORK — Judge Amy Coney Barrett was nominated by President Trump to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court. What do people need to know about Judge Barrett? PIX11 News took a look at her legal career. → Read More

Restaurants sue city, state over indoor dining as Cuomo seems to shift blame to de Blasio

There are now several lawsuits calling for indoor dining to resume. → Read More

NYPD 'Options' program builds trust between teens and police

So much has changed from just one week before the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown hit New York City. Though a lot has changed, the NYPD’s “Options” program still persists. → Read More

NYPD brass call Manhattan DA a 'no show' amid police-community tensions

Top members of the NYPD criticized the Manhattan district attorney over the weekend as police-community tensions continue to rise. → Read More

Rules for LI beach reopen go beyond banning NYC residents

Weather-wise, it may not be the most ideal beach weekend but Long Island beach towns are getting ready for not only the crowds, but enforcing a whole new set of rules. → Read More