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The New York Committee for Occupational Health and Safety (NYCOSH) has outlined new guidelines that would extend the deadline for 9/11 workers and volunteers to apply for workers’ compensation benefits.

Many people were involved in rescue, recovery, and cleanup efforts during the attacks on 9/11, and some have acquired illnesses related to the harmful materials to which they were exposed. NYCOSH said that these volunteers, part of an organized group or not, are eligible to receive workers’ compensation benefits.

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