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Uncracking the Misconceptions Behind the COVID-19 Vaccines
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Uncracking the Misconceptions Behind the COVID-19 Vaccines

In December of 2020, Sandra Lindsey, Port Washington resident and director of critical care at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in Queens, received the first dose of any COVID-19 vaccine in the country and in the state. It is over two months later and 17% of Nassau County residents and 13% of Suffolk community members

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Black History Month Inspires Mask Businesses Across the Island

One of the only good things to come out of the coronavirus pandemic is a new market for medical masks. Mask businesses have been a hot commodity in attempting to make an income during people’s free time.  February is Black History Month, which means communities unite and the rest of the country recognizes the accomplishments

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The People's Campaign For Parole Justice Targets the Long Island Five to Help End Mass Incarceration and Promote Racial Justice
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The People’s Campaign For Parole Justice Targets the Long Island Five to Help End Mass Incarceration and Promote Racial Justice

Two social justice groups came together on Thursday evening to call attention to New York’s prison and parole system and call on the Democratic state senators and Assemblyman Phil Ramos. Release Aging People in Prison (RAPP) and Long Island Social Justice Network created forums and bills on how to effectively change the system. The Elder

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