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Doctors and nurses join US protests in the time of coronavirus

Thousands take to the streets despite coronavirus threat to say 'enough is enough'

A New York nurse speaks to the crowd at a protest at Times Square on Tuesday. (Photo by Marrian Zhou)

NEW YORK -- Among the sea of thousands gathered at Times Square in the name of the Black Lives Matter movement, a young man wearing a black nurse uniform and a silver cross on his chest stepped onto a stone divider next to a New York Police Department sign.

With a T-shirt of George Floyd in one hand, he pulled down his blue mask and stared into the crowd below.

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