COVID in underserved NYC communities: How a Bronx medical group is trying to help

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NEW YORK — New York City reported roughly 13,000 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, but the true toll of the virus may be hidden in pockets of the city that have been underserved throughout the pandemic.

One hospital group, Essen Health, is working to change that. 

Dr. Sumir Sahgal, chief medical officer of Essen Health, joined the PIX11 News to talk about how the medical group is working to help people in the Bronx during the new wave of COVID infections spurred by the omicron variant

Watch the video player above for the full interview.

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