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New York City Residents Receive Emergency Push Alert Asking For Licensed Volunteers

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New York City Residents Receive Emergency Push Alert Asking For Licensed Volunteers

New York City Residents Receive Emergency Push Alert Asking For Licensed Volunteers

New York City is in desperate need for more licensed healthcare workers in overwhelmed facilities.

According to Business Insider, residents received an emergency push alert asking for licensed volunteers.

More than 57,000 people have been infected and over 1,500 have died in New York City.

Healthcare workers battling the virus have spoken out about limited medical equipment to treat patients.

Additionally, workers need more personal protective equipment as they expose themselves to COVID-19.

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