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Therapy dog comforts essential workers on New York City streets

CBS News Monday, 10 August 2020
Buddy the therapy dog can't go inside Memorial Sloan Kettering hospital any more because of visitor restrictions in place due to the pandemic. So, he's been providing therapy sessions to essential workers on New York City streets.
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