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Coronavirus Update: Police Arrest 8 At Monsey Synagogue After Complaints Of Social Distancing ViolationsPolice in Rockland County are cracking down on people who don't obey emergency orders mandating social distancing.
Coronavirus Update: Dentists Only Seeing Patients With Urgent Cases Amid PandemicLike other doctors, dentists are changing the way they do business during the pandemic. That means different types of check-ups for different issues; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
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