Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.The New York City Police Department lost its second worker to the coronavirus pandemic, the department announced Friday.Giacomina Barr-Brown, a civilian employee with seven years on the job, died Thursday night in her home, authorities said.”It is with great sadness that the New York City Police Department announces the death of another member of our family stemming from the coronavirus andemic,” the department said in a statement.CLICK FOR COMPLETE COVERAGE OF THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAKBarr-Brown worked for the 49th Precinct Roll Call Office, where she helped handle patrol and administrative assignments, according to the NYPD.Earlier on Thursday, the department also announced the death of Dennis Dickson, a custodian of 14 years assigned to police headquarters who succumbed to the illness at a hospital in Brooklyn. This photo show Dennis Dickson, third from the left, during the cleanup of Superstorm Sandy in 2012. Dickson, a custodian with the New York Police Department, became the agency’s first employee to die from the coronavirus, the NYPD said Thursday. (New York Police Department)”Mr. Dickson was again on the front line cleaning and disinfecting 1 Police Plaza so that our personnel could

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