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Coronavirus Update: City Will Provide More Widespread Access To Mental Health Services For Front Line Workers

Video Credit: CBS 2 New York - Duration: 02:15s - Published
Coronavirus Update: City Will Provide More Widespread Access To Mental Health Services For Front Line Workers

Coronavirus Update: City Will Provide More Widespread Access To Mental Health Services For Front Line Workers

Concern is mounting about the toll the coronavirus crisis is having on front line workers.

The city announced plans Wednesday to provide more widespread access to mental health services; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.


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