Could Upstate First Responders Be Called to NYC?
If enough officers in the city get ill could first responders from the Hudson Valley and
The corona virus is crippling a lot of essential work places and public services are no exception. There's a thin safety net right now in many fields that come in to contact with multiple people each day and risk exposure to COVID-19 every day. Could police, state troopers, EMT's and firefighters actually be called to work in the city? According to Governor Cuomo and New York Upstate, it's a possibility.
Large amounts of officers in the city are reportedly becoming sick. Should local first responders be ready?
Hospital staff from upstate may also be asked to answer the call. Many of our heroes are making large sacrifices during this crisis.
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