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A sticker reads, "I got vaccinated," at a vaccination site inside Penn Station last month in New York City. Noam Galai/Getty Images hide caption

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New York City Has Been Slow To Vaccinate Homebound Elderly, Causing More Sickness

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Laborers From India Are Suing New Jersey Hindu Temple For Worker Abuse

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It's impossible to know how often college students are getting vaccinated. Rumors of it happening illegitimately are widespread, but many situations aren't so duplicitous upon closer examination, because the vaccinated students are actually eligible, because they work in labs or health care settings, or have underlying health issues that make them high risk for severe COVID-19. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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New York City's Vaccine Outreach Aims To Dispel Mistrust Among Communities Of Color

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Nurses at Montefiore Medical Center in New York City protest what they say is a staff shortage at several of the network's hospitals in the Bronx and nearby suburbs. During the Nov. 19 demonstration they walked from the hospital to a nearby cemetery. Fred Mogul/WNYC hide caption

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Battle-Weary Nurses Wonder If New York Hospitals Can Handle Another Coronavirus Surge

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New York Health Care Workers Are Worried Amid Another COVID-19 Spike

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New Coronavirus Clusters Appear In New York City

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Members of the Test & Trace Corps meet travelers arriving by Amtrak from Miami at Penn Station in New York. Members of the Test & Trace Corps were out to educate visitors about quarantine restrictions for travelers from coronavirus hot spots. Pacific Press/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Ge hide caption

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Welcome To New York, Traveler. Now Please Begin Your Quarantine

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NYC's Health Commissioner Resigns After Clashes With Mayor

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Marcelina Alvarez, a technician at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx, administers an EKG to Israel Shippy to check the functioning of his heart. Fred Mogul/ WNYC hide caption

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Why Doctors Keep Monitoring Children Who Recover From Mysterious COVID-Linked Illness

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Doctors Continue Research Into Rare Inflammatory Syndrome In Children With COVID-19

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As Nurses Aid New York, Other States Worry They'll Be Short-Staffed Too

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Ambulances arrive at a hospital in New York City, where concerns are rising about the supply of dialysis equipment for ICU patients. John Minchillo/AP hide caption

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Doctors At Hard-Hit Hospitals Say They're Facing Shortage Of Dialysis Equipment

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Victims Of Jersey City Shootings Remembered

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