Coronavirus: New York doctors tell young people to ‘stay inside and stay healthy’

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New York doctors and medical staff shared a video about the coronavirus emergency in state hospitals. They urged young and asymptomatic people to ‘stay at home’ and ‘stay healthy’ as they could spread the virus and increase the number of people needing urgent care
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