Adams makes three point plan to aid hospitals amid the ongoing COVID-19 surge

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Mayor Eric Adams made a trip to Elmhurst Hospital — the original COVID-19 epicenter of the city’s pandemic — on Wednesday afternoon to outline a new program assisting medical centers treating the influx of sick patients.

Hizzoner unfolded a three-point plan that will aid hospitals with the resources they need to weather the surge in COVID-19 cases. “Often we forget about the safety net hospitals, they play a vital role in ensuring that there is a net that people can safely know they’re not going to fall through the system,” Adams said. 

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