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When the coronavirus exploded in New York, it stretched our health care providers to the limit. That's why Gov. Andrew Cuomo instituted a number of emergency orders to allow more flexibility. One of those orders involved allowing nurse anesthetists and dentists more responsibilities. The question is, would it benefit New Yorkers to make those changes permanent?

News 12 Staff

May 9, 2021, 5:10 PM

Updated 1,079 days ago

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When the coronavirus exploded in New York, it stretched our health care providers to the limit. That's why Gov. Andrew Cuomo instituted a number of emergency orders to allow more flexibility. One of those orders involved allowing nurse anesthetists and dentists more responsibilities. The question is, would it benefit New Yorkers to make those changes permanent?


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