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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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A humpback whale feeds on a school of fish off Long Island, New York. Migrating whales have increased dramatically in this region in recent decades — but they're also facing human challenges. David 'Dee' Delgado/WCS/Ocean Giants/Image taken under NMFS MMPA/ESA Permit no. 18786-04 hide caption

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Offshore Wind May Help The Planet — But Will It Hurt Whales?

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The Impact Of A New Acting Attorney General On The Russia Investigation

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N.Y. Candidate For Governor Cynthia Nixon Aims To Get Voters Off Sidelines

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