A wedding with 300 guests in Queens was shut down, just one day before New York reported its highest single-day positive COVID-19 cases since early June.
As winter weather merges with many people moving life indoors, global health experts say wearing masks could save 100,000 lives from COVID-19 by January 1.
Between late January and late March total cases in the country jumped from six to more than 86,000.
The White House coronavirus task force member and leading immunologist said the public must follow certain measures to prevent a rise in cases.
The plant is partnering with the state to respond to the cases that have been tied to "Labor Day social activities," the company confirmed.
The paper Paul cited suggested herd immunity could be reached at just over 40 percent, which is far below the 22 percent infection rate in New York.
Around 70 percent of students have not been tested, despite making up a large proportion of new cases, the state's contract tracing administrator has said.
Dr. Francis Collins said a "cloud of uncertainty" has been cast over public confidence in a vaccine.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau warned on Wednesday: "We're on the brink of a fall that could be much worse than the spring."
Health experts told Newsweek that the country's scientific accomplishments in the COVID-19 pandemic have been drowned out by politicisation and a response botched from the start.
The man fell unconscious at a fast food restaurant before being rushed to hospital in Massachusetts.
An amendment for the City of Norman, the site of the University of Oklahoma, extends the definition of "public setting" to include private homes when there are more than 25 people gathering.
The man was found to be suffering from the rare disease granulomatous amebic encephalitis.
The mayor of Lake Ozark cites the publicity from the infamous Memorial Day pool party as causing the region to see some of its highest tourism numbers on record.
A handful of southern states have each reported a drop in new COVID-19 deaths in recent weeks.
Researchers found that after exponential growth in Manaus, cases and deaths started to drop significantly, without major interventions taking place.
Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Hawaii and Virginia are among the states where new COVID-19 deaths have increased in recent weeks.
"This is actually a pretty dramatic event. It's really a tragedy," said Stephen Bickel, from the Flagler County health department in Florida.
The team said scientists should explore whether a dengue vaccine could protect against the coronavirus.
Professor Yariv Gerber of Israel's Tel Aviv University said the findings will ease patients' worries about returning to their usual level of sexual activity soon after a heart attack.
However this does not mean people should stop following guidelines to prevent the virus from spreading, researchers said.