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New York City Is Running Out Of Supplies To Help Coronavirus Patients

Newsy Friday, 3 April 2020
New York City Is Running Out Of Supplies To Help Coronavirus PatientsWatch VideoThe USNS Comfort docked in New York City was reportedly only treating 20 patients as of Friday — not even close to its capacity. But in an interview with CNN, Mayor Bill de Blasio said he believes it will be full soon. 

Even though the Comfort is only for patients without COVID-19, de Blasio said having it...
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