Tropical Storm Isaias brings strong winds and heavy rain to East Coast
Published on 4 Aug 2020, 17:58
Dr. Oxiris Barbot, the New York City Commissioner of Health and Mental Hygiene who oversaw the city's coronavirus response, resigned on Tuesday. In a letter sent to staff on Tuesday, obtained by CBS News, Barbot wrote that the department "must be better leveraged" as the city prepares for a likely second wave of the coronavirus. CBSN New York has more.
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