NEW YORK — It was a terrifying moment.
The news of a coronivirus outbreak at the largest New York City hospital sent shock waves through the emergency department.
The New York State Department of Health was scrambling to keep its hospital in lockdown.
The hospital’s emergency department was jammed with patients and staff.
The emergency department’s main floor was filled with patients.
The entire building was filled.
And then there was one person.
The man was in the emergency room.
The room where he was, his head and face were completely covered by a plastic sheet.
A hospital nurse was frantically trying to revive him.
The nurse managed to pull his mouth open.
The hospital nurse looked at the man, then back at him and told him to calm down.
The nurse then rushed to the man’s bedside, where he started screaming.
The man was unconscious.
The first sign that the man was suffering from the coronaviruses was when the nurse asked if he was breathing, then asked if it was OK to move.
It was, the nurse said.
It’s just a matter of time.
The nurses’ concern was quickly turned into concern.
There were thousands of patients at the hospital, and they needed to be safe.
The news that one patient had died from the virus in the hospital’s Emergency Department sparked the hospital to start dialing 911.
The response was swift and effective.
The state of New York and the New York Fire Department immediately took over.
The response was quickly and effectively put out of business.
The emergency department returned to normal within days.
The banfield Pet Hospital on Broadway in Brooklyn, which was the scene of a lockdown on Oct. 1, was in lockdown for the next 24 hours.
The lockdown was quickly lifted on Oct