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ENTERTAINERS JOIN PLEA TO WEAR MASKS

By Black Radio Network Staff

NEW YORK - Comedian Chris Rock and actress Rosie Perez today joined New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in urging the public to wear masks and get tested for the coronavirus.They pointed out that Black and Hispanic people are disproportionally impact by COVID-19 and need to protect themselves and others by wearing the masks. "Everybody that can get tested should get tested as quickly as possible," said Rock.

May 28, 2020



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