JOCELYN NOVECK and ARITZ PARRA Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — New York's governor put out an urgent plea for medical volunteers and a Navy hospital ship pulled into port Monday as coronavirus deaths in the city mounted and hospitals buckled in what authorities say could be a preview of what other communities across the U.S. could soon face. "Please come help us in New York now. We need relief," Gov. Andrew Cuomo pleaded as the number of dead in New York State climbed past 1,200, with most of those victims dying in New York City. He added: "Whether it's Detroit, it's New Orleans, it will work its way across the country." Elsewhere around the world, hard-hit Italy and Spain saw their death tolls climb by more than 800 each even as the World Health Organization's emergency chief sai
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