9/11 survivors’ risk of getting coronavirus spikes as stay-at-home orders loosen

With lung and immune system issues, much of the 9/11 community is at grave risk for coronavirus complications.

Retired FDNY firefighter Rob Serra is one of them. His first day on the job was September 11, 2001. His first fire was the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. Now 40, he suffers from a variety of site-related illnesses. Here he told reporter Jackson Delong about how those like him can keep safe.

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