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Feeding New York during the pandemic

Since March 22, New Yorkers have been asked to stay at home. As the city reopens, those considered by the authorities as "essential workers" continued to work despite the risks to their health. AFP met with three men, Ian, Azzedine and Adam, who kept working throughout the crisis, helping to feed local residents.

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