NYC Hospital Official: Dealing with Migrant Surge 'Hardest Work that I've Ever Done'

During portions of interviews with NBC News aired on Monday's broadcast of "NBC Nightly News," Senior Vice President of Ambulatory Care and Population Health at New York City Health + Hospitals Dr. Ted Long, who was also part of New York City's Test & Treat Corps during the COVID pandemic, stated that caring for the surge of migrants in the city "has been the hardest work" he's ever done, and Randye Retkin, Director of New York Legal Assistance's LegalHealth division stated that the surge has filled up legal clinics and forced clinics to turn people away.