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The people are mostly Latino undocumented still working in service and construction

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott
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5 d ago

The mayor says this Sunday April fifth is the demarcation line when he expects things will go from bad to worse

Midday News
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19 min ago

Marla Diamond, CBS And Reporter discussed on Midday News

Midday News
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48 min ago

Hospitals overflowing with bodies in US epicenter of virus

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney
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12 hrs ago

To make sure we allocate space

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney
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1 d ago

The virus according to governor Cuomo

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott
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1 d ago

CBS news time is one oh three

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott
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1 d ago

Elmhurst Hospital, Francisco Moya And Hearst Hospital discussed on WCBS Programming

WCBS Programming
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2 d ago

New York to build eight temporary hospitals, braces for surge in patients, Cuomo says

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott
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4 d ago

Who is hospitalized I was just communicating with John he's well and you know he's a

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane
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5 d ago
WCBS Newsradio 880

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York City hospitals are feeling the strain of taking care of so many covert nineteen patients W. CBS reporter Marla diamond has that story the line protesting outside Amherst hospital formed before dawn the people are mostly Latino undocumented still working in service and construction and fearful says city councilman Francisco Moya and there's stories of people who have been waiting there for days you know the cotton turned away because they they may not have all the symptoms the emergency room is over run says