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SUNY Downstate Medical Center accepting medical supplies donations

In response to an outpouring of generosity by our community to donate critical medical supplies, SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University–University Hospital of Brooklyn has established a special email that can be contacted by anyone interested in making donations.

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COVID-19 mobile testing site opens in the Bronx

A new COVID-19 mobile testing site is open in the Northeast Bronx.

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AG James pushes to increase abortion access during COVID-19 pandemic

New York Attorney General Letitia James is pushing to ensure women across the state and the nation are able to access safe and legal abortions during the coronavirus public health crisis.

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Al Sharpton urging faith leaders to discontinue services for Palm Sunday and Holy Week leading into Easter

Civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton convened a call with the heads of the nation’s largest historically Black religious denominations and other faith leaders to call on clergy to refrain from having church services as we head into Palm Sunday and Easter Holy Week.

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What you need to know about rent, mortgage and property taxes

April 1 means the biggest payment most people make each month is due: their rent or mortgage payments

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Former NFL Player is now a medical doctor fighting the coronavirus pandemic

Dr. Myron Rolle is a Rhodes Scholar and college football player who was drafted by the NFL to play for the Tennessee Titans in 2010.

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No additional rent relief for New Yorkers as April 1 nears, Gov. Cuomo says

With April 1 just days away, many renters in New York who are struggling financially because of the coronavirus outbreak are still hoping for relief from the state.

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NYC cracking down to make sure people follow social distancing rules

President Donald Trump has extended social distancing guidelines and New York City will now fine people violating distancing rules, but some were out Monday ignoring those rules.

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Worst of the outbreak still coming to NY

The worst of the coronavirus outbreak is yet to come and extra hospital space is being built and converted around New York in preparation.

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Locked up: No masks, sanitizer as virus spreads behind bars

Prisons and jails are considered a potential epicenter for America’s coronavirus pandemic, health experts said.

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