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District 37

Council District 37 continues to serve the residents with constituent

Office Address: 1945 Broadway, Brooklyn, New York 11207
Constituent Hours of Operation: 9:30am – 4:30pm
Tel: (718) 642-8664
Fax: (718) 889-8017

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COVID-19 Updates & Resources

The information provided below are to assist residents of the 37th Council District. If you have any questions or concerns, please call our office or email


NYS Travel Advisory

As a reminder, Governor Cuomo’s travel advisory is still in effect for individuals traveling to New York from states with increased COVID-19 infection rates. Individuals returning from states on the travel advisory must fill out a Traveler Health Form and quarantine for 14 days upon arrival and. Click here to view the list of states on the travel advisory and read the full executive order.

Flu Shots

As fall approaches, make sure you and your family get vaccinated for the flu. Health experts believe COVID-19 and the flu will circulate at the same time, therefore, it is important to prepare ahead of time. Click here for more information from NYC Health, including prevention and treatment for the flu, along with locations offering vaccination to New Yorkers.

COVID-19 Testing Sites

All New Yorkers can receive a free COVID-19 test, whether or not they have symptoms or are at increased risk. The following locations offer free tests in Council District 37:

  • East New York ACPNY
    101 Pennsylvania Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11207
    Phone: (833) 422-7369
  • CityMD Urgent Care Bushwick
    399 Knickerbocker Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11237
    Phone: (718) 571-9168
  • ModernMD Urgent Care Bushwick
    366 Knickerbocker Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11237
    Phone: (646) 604-8160
  • NYC Health + Hospitals/Gotham Health East New York
    2094 Pitkin Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11207
    Phone: (844) 692-4692

Click here for additional information from NYC Health + Hospitals (H + H), including frequently asked questions (FAQs) and other testing locations across New York City.

H+H Antibody Testing Sites

New Yorkers can also receive a free antibody test at select Gotham Community Health Center and NYC H + H locations. The following sites offer antibody tests in Brooklyn:

  • NYC Health + Hospitals/Gotham Health, Cumberland
    100 North Portland Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11205
    Monday-Friday: 9:00 AM-3:30 PM
  • NYC Health + Hospitals/Gotham Health, Ida G. Israel Community Health Center
    2925 W 19th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11214
    Monday-Friday: 8:00 AM-4:00 PM; Saturday: 8:00 AM-4:00 PM
  • NYC Health + Hospitals/Gotham Health, Jonathan Williams Houses
    333 Roebling Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211
    Monday-Friday: 9:00 AM-3:30 PM; Saturday-Sunday: 9:00 AM-3:30 PM
  • NYC Health + Hospitals/Gotham Health, East New York
    2094 Pitkin Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11207
    Monday-Friday: 9:00 AM-3:30 PM

Click here for more information, including FAQs and additional testing locations across New York City.

Test and Trace Corps

New York City’s Test and Trace Corps, in partnership with NYC Health + Hospitals, is continuing to operate to contain the spread of COVID-19. If you receive a call from “NYC Test + Trace”, “(212) 540-****” or “(212) 242-****” a representative is trying to reach you and you should answer your phone.

Test and Trace Corps also provides direct assistance to individuals who test positive for COVID-19. This includes a hotel, if an individual is unable to quarantine at home. Click here for additional information, including an FAQ section, from Test and Trace Corps.

Seniors & At-Risk Neighbors

DFTA Social Isolation PSA

The NYC Department for the Aging (DFTA) a is raising awareness about social isolation affecting older adults during COVID-19. By volunteering with DFTA’s Social Isolation campaign, you will make calls to older adults and see how they’re doing. Click here to learn more about volunteering or call Aging Connect at (212) AGING-NYC (212) 244-6469.

Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program Redemption

The NYC Department for the Aging (DFTA) has partnered with the NYPD Explorers to redeem produce vouchers on behalf of older adults and deliver goods to their homes. To receive assistance from an NYPD Explorer, call Aging Connect at 212-AGING-NYC (212) 244-6469.

LiveOn NY

LiveOn NY is continuing to provide virtual programming for older adults and caregivers during COVID-19. Through their programming, older adults can connect to their peers and attend classes and activities online over platforms such as Zoom, or over the phone. Click here for more information on virtual activities.

Immigrant New Yorkers

Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA)

If you have a question about immigration or how to access city services during the COVID-19 crisis, reach out to the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) by calling (212) 788-7654, Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM-5:00 PM, or send an email to for assistance.
Additionally, refer to MOIA’s COVID-19 Resource Guide, with up-to-date resources available to immigrant communities. This website is available in ten languages, with additional languages available through Google Translate.

Make the Road NY

Make the Road New York (MRNY) is continuing to support immigrants across New York City through programming, including adult education, youth training and college access, legal services and health services.

MRNY’s Bushwick location offers legal assistance for housing, public benefits, employment/workplace justice, civil rights/LGBTQ justice and immigration issues. Call (718) 418-7690 to speak with an intake officer. Click here for additional programming from Make the Road New York.


2020 Tax Lien Sale

Per Mayor de Blasio, the annual lien sale auction will take place on September 25th through the NYC Department of Finance (DOF). Therefore, the last day to pay your debt or enter a payment agreement is Thursday, September 24th. Property owners can pay what they owe through the CityPay portal or enter a payment agreement.

Please note that some property owners may qualify for an exemption, including the Senior Citizen Homeowners’ Exemption (SCHE), the Disabled Homeowners’ Exemption (DHE), or the Veterans’ Exemption. The Department of Finance will be hosting additional events for homeowners, providing resources and advice on how to avoid lien sales in the future.

Upcoming Events:

  • September 17, 2020, 12:00 PM
    Join by WebEx or Telephone: 1-408-418-9388
    Access/Event Code: 173 690 8386 | Password: 2020LS
  • September 21, 2020, 5:00 PM
    Join by WebEx or Telephone: 1-408-418-9388
    Access/Event Code: 173 875 2063 | Password: 2020LS
  • September 24, 2020, 12:00 PM
    Join by WebEx or Telephone: 1-408-418-9388
    Access/Event Code: 173 356 0696 | Password: 2020LS

Click here for more information, including a list of properties eligible for the lien sale (by borough) and additional resources for homeowners.

Mayor’s Office to Protect Tenants Helpline

The City of New York has created a Tenant Resource Portal through the Mayor’s Office to Protect Tenants. This portal is intended to help tenants navigate public and private resources that can stabilize their housing situation. The Tenant Resource Portal includes resources from multiple city agencies, legal service providers and community-based organizations.

Additionally, tenants can reach the “Tenant Helpline” by calling 311 or filling out an online form to be connected with a specialist.


Return to School 2020-21

Between Wednesday, September 16, 2020 and Friday, September 18, 2020, schools will undergo an instructional orientation period. This will be fully remote and partial instructional days.

On September 17, 2020, Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carranza provided an update on in-person learning start dates.

  • Children enrolled in fully remote programs will still begin full-day instruction on Monday, September 21, 2020.
  • Children enrolled in blended learning will be learning remotely on Monday, September 21, 2020 until their in-person start date begins. Parents and guardians should check with their child’s school to see when they should report to school.
    • Students in Grades 3K and Pre-K: In-person learning begins on Monday, September 21, 2020
    • All grades in District 75 schools: In-person learning begins on Monday, September 21, 2020
    • All Elementary Schools (K-5 and K-8) including students in Grades 6-8 in K-8 schools: In-person learning begins on Tuesday, September 29, 2020
    • Middle Schools (Grades 6-8): In-person learning begins on Thursday, October 1, 2020
    • High Schools (Grades 9-12): In-person learning begins on Thursday, October 1, 2020
    • Secondary Schools (Grades 6-12): In-person learning begins on Thursday, October 1, 2020
    • Transfer Schools, Adult Education, Evening Schools: In-person learning begins on Thursday, October 1, 2020
    • K-2 and K-3 Schools: In-person learning begins on Tuesday, September 29, 2020
    • K-12 Schools:
      • Grades K-8: In-person learning begins on Tuesday, September 29, 2020
      • Grades 9-12: In-person learning begins on Thursday, October 1, 2020

Click here for the DOE’s ‘Return to School’ plan, including safety measures in place, learning schedules, and additional resources in place for students.
Note: For the safety of teachers, students and school staff, this information may be subject to change. Please to the DOE’s main website for any updates.

2020-21 School Year Calendar

The DOE has finalized and released the 2020-21 school year calendar. Parents and guardians can now access the calendar and plan ahead. Note: This calendar is available in all DOE languages.

School Building Ventilation Survey

As of this week, the school ventilation assessment teams have completed their inspections of all DOE schools. 1485 buildings have been inspected, with 10 buildings being temporarily taken offline so that they can be remediated. Additionally, 64,550 classrooms have been surveyed, and 96% (61,568) classrooms have operational ventilation. Repairs must be made to classrooms before the first day of classes or they won’t be used for school. Click here to review the School Building Ventilation Survey and review the results for your child’s school.

Learning Bridges Program

Due to COVID-19, the DOE has launched the Learning Bridges Program. This program will provide free childcare options for children from 3-K through 8th grade on days when they are scheduled for remote learning. Click here for additional information, including eligibility and enrollment into this program. If you are interested in enrolling your child to the Learning Bridges program, click here. If you need assistance completing the online application, call 311.

COVID Response Situation Room

Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carranza recently announced the formation of the DOE COVID Response Situation Room–a multi-agency partnership between the Department of Education, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and the Test and Trace Corps– to facilitate a rapid response to positive COVID-19 cases in public schools. This initiative will provide a direct hotline for principals, assistance six days a week and daily public reporting for COVID-19 cases.

Technical Support for Families

The DOE is providing technical support families to support learning at home. This includes setting up your DOE-issued iPad, TeachHub, Google Classroom, Microsoft Teams and more. Fill out an online form to be connected with a specialist.

Human, Social and Legal Services + Health Insurance

NYC Care

The City of New York recently launched NYC Care, a health care access program that guarantees low-cost and no-cost services to New Yorkers. Enroll in NYC Care by calling 1-646-NYC-CARE (1-646-692-2273). Click here for more information, including ways to enroll and documents needed.

NY State of Health

The deadline for health insurance special enrollment in New York State has been extended through December 31, 2020. New Yorkers without health insurance can apply for coverage through NY State of Health Marketplace. Call 1-855-355-5777 to be connected with a free enrollment assister.

Legal Services NYC

Legal Services NYC is continuing to serve New Yorkers through their legal assistance hotline. Their hotline is open Monday through Friday, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Call (917) 661-4500 to speak with an intake officer in any language. Additionally, refer to Legal Services NYC’s COVID-19 Resources for Clients, available in multiple languages, including Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Korean, Haitian Creole and Bengali.

Safe Horizon

If you are experiencing domestic or sexual violence, contact Safe Horizon’s hotline for confidential assistance. Call 1-800-621-HOPE (4673) to reach the 24/7 Domestic Violence Hotline or call 1-212-227-3000 to reach the 24/7 Rape and Sexual Assault Hotline. Click here if you wish to chat with an advocate via SafeChat.

NYC Anti-Violence Project

The NYC Anti-Violence Project is serving LGBTQ and HIV-affected communities throughout New York City. Their 24/7 English-Spanish hotline is up and running to assist with counseling, safety planning, and finding resources, including medical care, and take reports on any violence you are experiencing. You can reach the Hotline at 212-714-1141. You can report bias, discrimination, or other violence you witness or experience online. You can remain anonymous or give your contact information for a counselor to reach out to you via phone or email to offer additional support.

Free Financial Counseling

The Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) is providing financial counseling to all New Yorkers. Sign up for a free one-on-one session to support you in reaching your goals. Sessions are currently being conducted over the phone. Click here to book an appointment online. Note: Clients will be required to create a Financial Empowerment Portal account.

Brooklyn Public Library Lobby Service

Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) has begun to offer lobby service at the Washington Irving Library (360 Irving Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11237). Patrons can retrieve holds at this location and return books in the branch lobby. Click here for more information from BPL, including an FAQ section on lobby service and additional virtual resources.

Note: Masks will be required for both patrons and staff.


The NYS Department of Labor (DOL) recently announced individuals eligible for the Lost Wages Assistance (LWA) program will begin to receive payments during the week of September 14th.

Eligible New Yorkers will receive an email and/or text message about their LWA benefits. No action is needed on their behalf. New Yorkers who need to certify for LWA benefits will receive a secure DocuSign email that must be filled out and submitted or call 833-491-0632 to certify via an automated phone system. Click here for an FAQ section about LWA benefits in English and Spanish.

Mental Health Resources

National Alliance on Mental Illness

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is offering a helpline for families and individuals during COVID-19. The helpline is available by calling (212) 684-3264, Monday through Friday, from 10:00 AM-6:00 PM. If you are in a crisis, text “NAMI” to 741741 for 24/7, confidential, free crisis counseling. Click here for their COVID-19 Resource Guide, which provides helpful content and information.

NYS Office of Mental Health

The NYS Office of Mental Health (OMH) is supporting New Yorkers impacted by COVID-19. OMH’s emotional support helpline is available by calling 1-844-863-9314 or visiting NY Project Hope’s website. NYS OMH also provides Coping Circles to those overwhelmed by the pandemic, including first responders, people who have had COVID-19, or lost a loved one. Click here for more information, including tips for mental wellness and additional mental health resources.

NYC Well

NYC Well is providing free, confidential mental health support to all New Yorkers. Text ‘WELL’ to 65173 or call 1-888-NYC-WELL for assistance. There is also an FAQ section with links to find services and seeking a peer support specialist. Additionally, NYC Well has compiled free mental health resources to combat the effects of COVID-19.


Met Council SNAP Program

The Met Council has launched their SNAP program in the NYC area, where trained specialists can help community members apply for SNAP benefits, recertify existing benefits, and answer any eligibility questions. Call (212) 453-9532 for assistance. Operators are available Monday through Thursday, from 9:00 AM-5:00 PM and Friday from 9:00 AM-2:00 PM. You may also email for assistance, as well.

GetFoodNYC: Free Food Locations

Click here for a map of food resources across the city, including free food pantries and Grab & Go meals at NYC Schools, available for all children or adults in need, as well as grocery stores and farmer’s markets locations.

Farmers Market Health Bucks

Health Bucks are $2 coupons that can be used to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at all NYC farmers markets. SNAP recipients are eligible to receive Health Bucks. For every $5 spent at farmers markets using SNAP on an EBT card, individuals can receive $2 in Health Bucks. Health Bucks are available year-round at NYC farmers markets that accept SNAP. Find a farmers market here.

HRA-Emergency Food Assistance Program (EFAP)

Organizations can apply to be Emergency Food Assistance Program (EFAP) providers. Applicant organizations are now required to have operated a pantry for four months rather than six originally. The application and eligibility criteria to operate a food pantry can be accessed here and more information can be found here.

Small Businesses

NYC Small Business Services (SBS)

NYC SBS is continuing to assist businesses in the midst of COVID-19. There are a number of resources offered by SBS, including guidance for business and jobseekers. Additionally, there is a guide for businesses that have reopened and ways to stay safe at work.

Indoor Dining

Governor Cuomo recently announced indoor dining can resume in New York City on September 30th at 25% capacity with strict restrictions. Upon entry into a restaurant, patrons will be required to undergo temperature checks, wear a mask when not seated at a table, practice social distancing, and provide contact information for tracing if needed. There will be no bar service and restaurants must adhere to state-issued guidance. Outdoor dining will continue in the interim. Click here to read the full executive order. Note: Further guidance and resources will be provided by the City of New York over the next few days.

New York Forward Loan Fund

The New York Forward Loan Fund is continuing to accept applications to assist those impacted by COVID-19. This program will target small businesses with 20 or fewer full-time equivalent employees, nonprofits and small landlords that have seen a loss of income or rental income. If approved, these loans will need to be paid back over a 5-year term with interest. Click here for more information, including eligibility and application.

Note: This loan is available to those who did not receive a loan for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) or Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) from the Small Business Administration.


Register to Vote: There is still time for you to register to vote. The deadline to register for the upcoming November election is October 9, 2020. Click here to learn more.

Absentee Ballot: You can now request an absentee ballot to avoid traveling to a poll site due to COVID-19. Just complete the application online. You can also apply over the phone, by email, or by postal mail.

The NYC Board of Elections (BOE) will begin mailing out absentee ballots on September 18. Once you receive your ballot, send it back as soon as you can. Please don’t forget to sign the envelope! You will receive instructions in the mail on how to ensure your envelope is complete. You can also drop off your absentee ballot IN PERSON at your local BOE office or at your poll site during Early Voting and on Election Day.

You can track the status of your absentee ballot as well at via the new Absentee Tracking Portal.

Early Voting: Early Voting begins on October 24 and ends on November 1, followed by Election Day on November 3. The BOE will be announcing early voting sites soon. Please check here for updates.

Important Dates:

  • October 9: Voter registration deadline
  • October 24: Early voting starts
  • October 27: Absentee ballot request deadline
  • November 1: Early voting ends
  • November 3: Absentee ballot postmark deadline
  • November 3: Election Day

Become a Poll Worker: If you are a New York voter and a New York City resident, you may be eligible to work as a poll worker. And if you speak Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Bengali, Punjabi or Hindi, you may be eligible to work as a poll site interpreter even if you are not registered to vote. November’s General Election is critical, and we need to ensure that it’s a safe election. To apply to be a poll worker or an interpreter, click here.

Youth Poll Workers: If you are a 17-year-old who would like to apply to be a poll worker, please contact the district office for an application.

Resources for Council District 37

Health and Social Services

HITE/Health and Social Services Resources in New York City
Information: Online Resource Directory that connects New Yorkers with free and low-cost health and social providers. This website uses distance as a measure of how far the provider is located from the address seeking assistance.

Coronavirus NYC Neighborhood Food Resources Guide

Hunter College NYC Food Policy Center
Information: Council District 37 appears on two guides.


Advocates for Children of New York
Information: Organization dedicated to anything education-related, they are the key advocates in New York City.

Benefits Plus

Community Service Society
Information: City, State and Federal benefits up-to-date information.

Housing Advocacy

Metropolitan Council on Housing
Information: Advocacy for tenants, updates and referral information.

NYS Tenants and Neighbors
Information: Housing advocacy organization for tenants in New York City.

Housing Court Answers
Information: Guidance for tenants, landlords and advocates on housing court.


Center for New York City Neighborhoods
Information: Information and referral for homeowners in New York City.

Click here to download the NYC Tax Lien Sale Information
Click here to download the Property Tax Lien Sale Virtual Outreach Sessions flier

Unemployment Assistance

Legal Services NYC
Information: Pro bono unemployment insurance hearings.

Brooklyn Community Board 4

Neighborhoods: Bushwick
Address: 1420 Bushwick Avenue, Suite 370, Brooklyn, NY 11207-1422
Phone: 718-628-8400 Fax: 718-628-8619
Chair: Julie Dent District Manager: Celestina Leon
Board Meeting: Third Wednesday, 6:00pm
Cabinet Meeting: Second Wednesday, 10:00am
Precinct(s) 83 Precinct Phone(s) 718-574-1605

Brooklyn Community Board 5

Neighborhoods: East New York, Cypress Hills, Highland Park, New Lots, City Line, Starrett City, and Ridgewood
Address: 404 Pine Street, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11208
Phone: 929-221-8261 Fax: 718-827-7374
Chair: AT Mitchell District Manager: Melinda Perkins
Board Meeting: Fourth Wednesday, 6:30pm
Cabinet Meeting: Third Wednesday, 10:00am
Precinct(s) 75 Precinct Phone(s) 718-827-3511

Brooklyn Community Board 16

Neighborhoods: Ocean Hill, Brownsville
Address: 444 Thomas S. Boyland Street, Room 103, Brooklyn, NY 11212
Phone: 718-385-0323 Fax: 718-342-6714
Chair: Genese Morgan District Manager: Viola D. Greene-Walker
Board Meeting:
Cabinet Meeting:
Precinct(s) 73 Precinct Phone(s) 718-495-5411

83rd Precinct

Commanding Officer: Deputy Inspector Daniel A. Dooley
The 83rd Precinct serves a northern region in Brooklyn comprising Bushwick.

Contact Information

480 Knickerbocker Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11237-5132
Precinct: (718) 574-1605
Community Affairs: (718) 574-1697
Crime Prevention:

Domestic Violence: (718) 574-1830
Youth Officer: (718) 574-1735
Auxiliary Coordinator: (718) 574-1688
Detective Squad: (718) 574-1796

Community Council

President: Barbara Smith
Meetings: Community Council meetings typically take place on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:00 PM in the precinct.

75th Precinct

Commanding Officer: Deputy Inspector John A. Mastronardi
The 75th Precinct serves the easternmost portion of Brooklyn and envelopes East New York and Cypress Hills.

Contact Information

1000 Sutter Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11208-3553
Precinct: (718) 827-3511 / 3512
Community Affairs: (718) 827-3529
Crime Prevention:

Domestic Violence: (718) 827-3502
Youth Officer: (718) 827-3524
Auxiliary Coordinator: (718) 827-3545
Detective Squad: (718) 827-3548 / 3549

Community Council

President: Alberto Ramos
Meetings: Community Council meetings typically take place on the first Wednesday of each month
at 7:00 PM, at 127 Pennsylvania Avenue NYPD Community Center Brooklyn, NY 11207-2428.

Police Service Area 2

Commanding Officer: Deputy Inspector Rohan Griffith
Location: 560 Sutter Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11207
Police Service Area 2 serves the New York City Housing Authority developments located within the confines of Patrol Borough Brooklyn North. The command patrols a total of 42 developments within the confines of the 73rd, 75th and 77th precincts.

Contact Information

Police Service Area: (718) 922-8001
Domestic Violence: (718) 922-8019
Auxiliary Coordinator: (718) 922-3912
Community Affairs: (718) 922-8033
Crime Prevention:

Community Council

President: Marie Boone
Meetings: Community Council meetings typically take place on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Tilden Community Center, located at 630 Mother Gaston Boulevard.

Local Electeds that cover Council District 37 and also offer constituent services:

  • State Senate District #18 Julia Salazar
    212 Evergreen Avenue
    Brooklyn, NY 11221
    Phone: 718-573-1726
  • State Assembly District #54 Erik M. Dilan
    366 Cornelia St
    Brooklyn, NY 11237
    Phone: 718-386-4576
  • US Congressional District #7 Nydia M. Velázquez
    266 Broadway, Suite 201
    Brooklyn, NY. 11211
    Phone: 718-599-3658

2020 Tax Lien Sale

The NYC Department of Finance (DOF) is hosting virtual events to assist property owners with any unpaid tax, water or emergency repair charges before the upcoming 2020 tax lien sale on Friday, September 25, 2020. Representatives from DOF will assist residents, provide resources and advice to avoid lien sales in the future.
Note: You can attend any event, in any borough, regardless of where your property is located.

Upcoming Events:

  • September 17, 2020, 12:00 PM
    Join by WebEx or Telephone: 1-408-418-9388
    Access/Event Code: 173 690 8386 | Password: 2020LS
  • September 21, 2020, 5:00 PM
    Join by WebEx or Telephone: 1-408-418-9388
    Access/Event Code: 173 875 2063 | Password: 2020LS
  • September 24, 2020, 12:00 PM
    Join by WebEx or Telephone: 1-408-418-9388
    Access/Event Code: 173 356 0696 | Password: 2020LS

Census Countdown

On Saturday, September 19, 2020, Council District 37 will be partnering with the US Census Bureau to help residents complete their 2020 census.

Date: Saturday September 19, 2020
Time: 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Where: Irving Square Park, Brooklyn NY

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