Police have started an investigation after the group was seen damaging the vehicle in midtown Manhattan.
The surveillance video, which was obtained by WABC-TV in New York, shows the victim outside of the King Deli and Grocery on Boston Road in the Bronx neighborhood of Morrisania.
Yang was poised to do well in the race even before he formally registered to run for the office. A poll released Monday saw him receive 17 percent support when compared to current city officials.
"Yes, we held a holiday party. A good time was had by all. We abided by all precautions. But we are not the mask police, nor are we the social distancing police," the Whitestone Republican Club wrote.
Over 30,000 people in the city have had the Pfizer vaccine without experiencing a reaction, according to officials.
One snowman in Times Square was given a face mask, while some people dined outdoors because of coronavirus restrictions.
"New York City will not recover unless our city's restaurant and nightlife industry are at the core of the recovery."
With an imminent snowstorm approaching and indoor dining banned for the time being, the director of the New York City Hospitality Alliance says that restaurants in the Big Apple are reeling once again.
"Now we're seeing the kind of level of infection that we haven't seen since May," the mayor said.
It's unclear why the driver hit them, how many people were hit, the extent of their injuries or whether the driver will face any charges.
Statewide contact-tracing data shows that bars and restaurants account for only 1.4 percent of new coronavirus cases in New York, while private household gatherings account for the majority of the spread.
"There is no excuse for doing something that might threaten the life of a law enforcement officer," said New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Officials will monitor hospitalization numbers in all New York state regions over the next five days and implement restrictions in areas where rates do not stabilize.
"We will not back down! You have not scared us!! The world is watching and it's time for everyone to wake up!" Mac's Public House said in a Facebook post.
As New York State anticipates 170,000 doses of Pfizer's vaccine pending the Food and Drug Administration's emergency approval, the New York City Fire Department announced it won't make the vaccine mandatory for its members.
The bar had tried to skirt the law by declaring the bar as an "autonomous zone" and offering "free" food and drink with a "suggested donation" to cover its usual prices.
The steepest increases occurred in the Bronx and Queens, with increases of 6.3 and 5.0 points, respectively.
"But here's the deal: if somebody gets sick from what you did, you handle it. Don't call an ambulance and expose an ambulance driver. Don't go to the hospital," Cuomo said Monday.
"We weren't consulted, and this is making us very uneasy about the health and safety of our students," said New York City teacher Jia Lee.
"We need to get the school system open. We set a particularly stringent standard," said New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.
The organizers of the Saturday night gathering in the Garment District violated emergency orders and lacked a liquor license, police reported.
In addition to the checkpoints and quarantine mandates, travelers coming into New York City will be asked to submit a health form upon arrival.
The parade plans may be different this year, but you can still expect to see floats, balloons, and performers galore.
The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade draws in more than 50 million viewers and without spectators, it's possible that number could be even higher this year.
Homeless families demand that Mayor Bill de Blasio install Wi-Fi networks in homeless shelters housing school-age children before classes resume after the winter break.
Onlookers shouted "no more masks, burn the masks," as the state's seven-day average number of cases hit the highest level since April.
The ban followed an unauthorized trip to Turks and Caicos by students from the university's Business School.
All public schools in New York City will cease in-person teaching for at least two weeks—but the restrictions don't apply to charter, private or religious schools.
No one bats an eye, it's just another day in the city, another rat grabbing dinner.
Around two million New Yorkers, in areas including The Bronx and Yonkers, faced a tornado warning last night.