New Yorkers are lending their empty homes to out-of-town medical workers during the coronavirus pandemic

New Yorkers are temporarily donating their empty homes to out-of-town health care workers who need accommodation during the coronavirus pandemic.

One local, who decided to stay with her father in Minneapolis for the duration of the lockdown told The New York Times that lending out her East Village apartment to an ICU nurse was a “no-brainer.” …

Nurses and medical staff stand outside NYU Langone Hospital as people cheer to show their gratitude to medical staff during the daily “Clap Because We Care” initiative amid the coronavirus outbreak on May 09 2020 in New York City. John Lamparski/Getty Images New Yorkers are temporarily donating their empty […]

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