A mobile medical care unit (M2CU) designed for COVID testing and vaccination is now seeing patients in a part of Queens where the infection rate is more than twice as high as in the rest of the borough. This month, Governor Kathy Hochul, Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, Martin Tuchman of the Tuchman Foundation, Oya Tukel of New Jersey Institute of Technology’s (NJIT) Martin Tuchman School of Management, and the New York City Housing Authority unveiled the city’s first implementation of the M2CU in Astoria Houses. The M2CU project was conceived in response to challenges to clinical capacity posed by the pandemic. Each M2CU is repurposed from existing shipping containers to deliver a safe, clean climate-controlled environment that can be tailored to each location it serves. To read the full story.