Tom Winter23h ago / 12:24 AM UTCMedical workers outside at Elmhurst Hospital Center in the Queens borough of New York on March 26, 2020.Angela Weiss / AFP – Getty ImagesSince Sunday evening, 138 more people have died in New York City as a result of coronavirus, for a total of 914 deaths as a result of the outbreak in the city, according to the NYC Department of Health.There are now 38,807 New Yorkers who have tested positive for the virus. To date, 20 percent of all cases have resulted in some type of hospitalization, a total of 7,741. Half have been of people age 75 or older.Doha Madani and Pete Williams23h ago / 12:08 AM UTCJudges block abortion bans, ordered as part of coronavirus response, in Texas and OhioTexas Governor Greg Abbott speaks at a press conference at the Texas State Capitol in Austin, on March 29, 2020.Tom Fox / The Dallas Morning News/Pool via APJudges in Texas and Ohio have temporarily blocked abortion bans that were included as part of those states’ response to the coronavirus pandemic. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott last week ordered doctors to postpone procedures that were not medically necessary, and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton added that

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