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A patient is wheeled out of Elmhurst Hospital Center's emergency room on Tuesday, located within New York's Queens borough, an epicenter of the outbreak. Kathy Willens/AP hide caption

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Councilman Says Many In Queens, NYC's Hardest-Hit Borough, Can't Afford Burials

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Dawn Ursula plays Toni Stone in American Conservatory Theater's production of Lydia R. Diamond's Toni Stone. Kevin Berne/A.C.T. hide caption

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The Show Must Go Online: Theaters Closed By COVID-19 Get Creative

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Inspired by a Maya Angelou book, Laura Marling's new album Song For Our Daughter is about a generation of younger women and "the idea of a maternal lineage," she says. Justin Tyler Close/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Laura Marling On Maya Angelou And Arming A Younger Generation Of Women

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