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Mom: 4-year-old battling brain cancer can't get chemo he needs because he has COVID-19

April 13, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

A Saint James mother says her 4-year-old son who is battling brain cancer can't get the chemo he needs because he has COVID-19.

A Saint James mother says her 4-year-old son who is battling brain cancer can't get the chemo he needs because he has COVID-19.

On Thursday, New York City’s medical examiner confirmed that the city has shorte. . . As New York City deals with a mounting coronavirus death toll, the city has shortened the amount of time it will hold unclaimed remains. As New York City deals with a mounting coronavirus death toll, the city has shortened the amount of time it will hold unclaimed remains. Curran: Wearing masks will be part of the new normalCurran: Wearing masks will be part of the new normalUpdated: Thursday, April 16 2020 2:22 PM EDT2020-04-16 18:22:33 GMTCounty Executive Laura Curran said during her daily briefing on Saturday that Nassau is in the “heat of battle” against COVID-19, which claimed 11 more residents. County Executive Laura Curran said during her daily briefing on Saturday that Nassau is in the “heat of battle” against COVID-19, which claimed 11 more residents. A total of 2,419 residents were hospitalized with the virus across Long Island’s 11 hospitals. A total of 2,419 residents were hospitalized with the virus across Long Island’s 11 hospitals. All New Yorkers required to cover mouth, nose in public starting tomorrowAll New Yorkers required to cover mouth, nose in public starting tomorrowUpdated: Thursday, April 16 2020 11:30 AM EDT2020-04-16 15:30:50 GMTNew Yorkers will need to wear a mask, bandanna or scarf if you can’t maintain six feet between people while you out. New Yorkers will need to wear a mask, bandanna or scarf if you can’t maintain six feet between people while you out. President Trump says new guidelines aim to lift some restrictionsPresident Trump says new guidelines aim to lift some restrictions"WHO's attack on travel restrictions put political correctness above lifesaving measures," says President Trump. "WHO's attack on travel restrictions put political correctness above lifesaving measures," says President Trump. President Donald Trump said he's prepared to announce new guidelines allowing some states to quickly ease up on social distancing. President Donald Trump said he's prepared to announce new guidelines allowing some states to quickly ease up on social distancing. 2 additional COVID-19 testing sites open in Suffolk County2 additional COVID-19 testing sites open in Suffolk CountyUpdated: Thursday, April 16 2020 6:05 AM EDT2020-04-16 10:05:39 GMTBoth sites are at HRHCare Community Health locations in the Town of Babylon. Both sites are at HRHCare Community Health locations in the Town of Babylon. Stony Brook hospital staff wear ID pictures to reduce patient anxiety during pandemicStony Brook hospital staff wear ID pictures to reduce patient anxiety during pandemicUpdated: Thursday, April 16 2020 8:19 AM EDT2020-04-16 12:19:22 GMTHealth care workers will begin wearing staff ID pictures on their gowns while interacting with patients so they can see the full face of the staff member caring for them. Health care workers will begin wearing staff ID pictures on their gowns while interacting with patients so they can see the full face of the staff member caring for them.

Share a photo with us. Your Coronavirus 2020 PhotosYour Coronavirus 2020 PhotosWhatever the reason is, News 12 wants to see photos of what you're doing to keep busy during the coronavirus pandemic. Whatever the reason is, News 12 wants to see photos of what you're doing to keep busy during the coronavirus pandemic. Hometown HeroesHometown HeroesFrom doctors and nurses to firefighters and police officers.

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Dr. John Zaso discusses COVID-19, ways to protect yourself and what to do if you need to quarantine. Cases of coronavirus are spreading throughout Long Island and New York.

Dr. John Zaso discusses COVID-19, ways to protect yourself and what to do if you need to quarantine. Health Matters: Protecting against coronavirusHealth Matters: Protecting against coronavirusWith another case confirmed in New York, Dr. John Zaso discusses the symptoms of coronavirus and how people can protect themselves. With another case confirmed in New York, Dr. John Zaso discusses the symptoms of coronavirus and how people can protect themselves. Health Matters: Coronavirus vaccineHealth Matters: Coronavirus vaccineHealth Matters: Coronavirus and the fluHealth Matters: Coronavirus and the fluNews 12 sits down with Dr. John Zaso to discuss coronavirus and ways to stay healthy during the flu season. News 12 sits down with Dr. John Zaso to discuss coronavirus and ways to stay healthy during the flu season. Health Matters: Cervical cancer studyHealth Matters: Cervical cancer studyA new study suggests cervical cancer could be eliminated in the U. S. with a mix of vaccine and regular screening.

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