The June 2019 document proved prescient in advising getting more PPE, enough staff to deal with throngs and space to isolate infected patients: "Lack of readiness creates significant safety problems."
For those who live near the city-run medical center wracked by coronavirus deaths in the borough with the most cases, anxiety is in the air.
Two dozen doctors and nurses were added Wednesday after a spike in COVID-19 deaths at Elmhurst Hospital, which has been deluged with patients.
Queens’ Little Elms Child Care Center — which operates rent-free at the city hospital — was relied upon by staffers and locals with few area options.
A new possibility in plans to close Rikers Island jails: relocation of mentally ill and medically needy to secure hospital facilities