The infirmary at the New York State Fair is ready to accept patients in need while they attend the fair.
The infirmary is run by Upstate University Hospital and staff employed are physicians, nurses, and EMTs.
The medical issues people have experienced over the years vary, ranging from bumps to heart attacks.
24 people at once can be helped.
When the weather is hot at the fair, the number of patients they see in a day could increase due to heat related illnesses.
COVID precautions have been put in place this year, including barriers between beds and gowns and an isolation room for suspected COVID cases.
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