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  Posted on: Friday, April 17, 2020
Virus-fueled conspiracy theories take aim at hospitals
AP

The video lasts just 13 seconds and shows nothing more than the view from a car quietly driving past a hospital entrance. But the person who posted it on Twitter used the footage to sarcastically question reports of “apocalyptic conditions” at Mount Sinai Queens in New York City.



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