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Hochul Announced Launch Of COVID-19 Treatment Hotline

authorStaff Writer on Jul 11, 2022
Governor Kathy Hochul announced this week the launch of a new free hotline for those who test positive for COVID-19, but don’t have a health care provider. The hotline, 888-TREAT-NY,... more

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