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The patients contracted the disease over the past two weeks, officials said.

Midtown »

Cats can be rescued again at city shelters after an outbreak of a bird flu-like disease.

Bed-Stuy »

City officials launched a citywide flu shot campaign at the neighborhood's Concord Baptist Church.

Central Harlem »

The women are among 505 New Yorkers to have been infected with the virus.

Rochdale Village »

The Health Department will spray Monday and Wednesday nights, officials said. 

Mott Haven »

The Health Department will deploy the spray to kill potential Zika-carrying mosquitos Monday night. 

Midtown »

The city is offering screenings without an appointment at any of its eight STD clinics. 

Midtown »

More than 40 pregnant women have tested positive in NYC, but this is the first baby born with Zika.

Bed-Stuy »

The #PlaySafe swag bag is now available to the public by calling 311.

Civic Center »

The city is upping its efforts to inform New Yorkers about the Zika Virus.

Eltingville »

Mayor Bill de Blasio and elected officials announced that about 190 pharmacies will sell naloxone.

Central Harlem »

The mayor's goal of improving health in the projects hit a major stumbling block after a year.  

Morris Park »

The current cluster was first discovered on Sept. 21 in The Bronx, according to the Health Department.

Concourse »

Union boss says city should have called in feds after a city school teacher died in April 30.

Morrisania »

Health inspectors now plan to visit P.S. 325 for the first time since a teacher there died in April.