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            Coronavirus In NYC: A Roundup Of What's Happened

            Here's a roundup of all the COVID-19 developments in New York City as of March 12.


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            An Asian man in Forest Hills says he was harassed by a man who shouted, "Where's your f---ing mask?" and tried to attack him.


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            Brooklyn Teacher, Turned Away From Coronavirus Test, Says ER Visit Cost $10K

            Brooklyn public school teacher Erin McCarthy made a fruitless March 2 visit to The NYU Langone Health–Cobble Hill emergency department.


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            Brooklyn BP Eric Adams and advocates plan forum on Crown Heights youth attack and NYPD arrest.


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            'Die By Coronavirus,'​ Says Spitting Penn Station Assailant

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            State Of Emergency Declared For NYC

            The mayor made the declaration Thursday.


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            Archdiocese Of NY Closes Elementary Schools Amid Coronavirus Fear

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            Broadway Shows, Events With 500 People, Shut Down In NYC: Cuomo

            New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the new coronavirus containment measures Thursday.


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            New York Public Library Cancels Public Events Amid COVID-19 Fear

            The cancelation lasts from Friday to March 31 and affects Brooklyn, New York, and Queens' public library systems.


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            Wall Street Closes As Market Goes Into Nosedive

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            First NYC Public Schools Close Because Of Coronavirus

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            Passenger Awaiting Coronavirus Test Result Flew From JFK: Report

            The JetBlue passenger traveling from New York City to Palm Beach got sick on the place, according to reports.


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            NYC Coronavirus Cases Jump To 62 Overnight, Mayor Says

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            Battle Over Subway Accessibility Heads Back To Court

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            NYC’s Teachers Union Is Moving Toward A Presidential Endorsement

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            Live Updates On Coronavirus And NYC Schools

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            Fight To Stop Coronavirus In NYC Expected To Take 6 Months: Mayor

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            CUNY Closes Amid Student Outrage Over Coronavirus Handling

            Experts say closing schools won't help stop COVID-19's spread, but students say CUNY should have closed days ago.


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