Fifty-two-year-old Norma Saunders considers herself to be very lucky. 

The Bronx resident got COVID-19 late last year, but she beat the virus and can now share her story with others.

“I was very weak. The day after Thanksgiving I was really in the bed. My throat was swelling. I thought it was closing,” Saunders said. 

What You Need To Know The NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene released new data on Wednesday on the latest numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths at NYCHA developments citywide
The data showed that while NYCHA residents make up 7% of COVID deaths across the city, according to data collected between March of 2020 and the end of June 2021, NYCHA residents only account for 4% of the

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