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Virus Rules Let Construction Workers Keep Building Luxury Towers

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 25 March 2020 ()
The laborers, deemed “essential” by New York, work side by side, often sharing portable toilets that rarely have soap or hand sanitizer.
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