Six Long Island hospitals deemed coronavirus hot spots in April have all experienced a decline in their number of COVID-19 patients, but as the medical centers adjust to the new normal, they worry about a possible second spike in hospitalizations.
Hiring thousands of disease detectives across Nassau and Suffolk counties to handle the increased coronavirus caseload was a crucial benchmark that had to be met before the region could begin reopening from the coronavirus shutdown.
Within the last two months, the COVID-19 pandemic has significantly increased the urgent need and creation for more virtual teams.
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