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    Lines for coronavirus tests have suddenly grown much longer in New York City.
    CreditDesiree Rios for The New York Times

    As Virus Cases Surge, New Yorkers Feel a Familiar Anxiety

    Vaccinated residents who had embraced a return to some normalcy are unsettled: “It’s scary — it feels like we’ve been here before.”

     By Michael WilsonSharon OttermanLola Fadulu and

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      The headquarters of Purdue Pharma in Stamford, Conn. Under the crush of thousands of lawsuits, Purdue filed for bankruptcy restructuring in September 2019, which automatically put a hold on all the claims against it.
      CreditFrank Franklin II/Associated Press

      Judge Overturns Purdue Pharma’s Opioid Settlement

      The ruling said the company’s owners, members of the Sackler family, could not receive protection from civil lawsuits in return for a $4.5 billion contribution.



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