The doors to the Animal Care Center of NYC in East Harlem are closed to the public Wednesday night, with a bright red sign out front letting the community know that COVID-related staffing shortages are to blame. Risa Weinstock, the CEO of the city-run shelter, said more of their staff members are in quarantine than have tested positive for the virus.
Staff at a NYC shelter are desperately trying to find short-term homes for some of their animals, as COVID cases and quarantines has severely limited their staff Animals at a Manhattan shelter are becoming victims of the virus — without ever contracting COVID-19.
The doors to the Animal Care Center […]
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