New York expands access to the anti-opioid-overdose drug noloxone to include a number of private businesses including restaurants, bars, malls, beauty parlors, theaters, hotels and retail establishments. Officials say those businesses are now covered under the state’s Good Samaritan law which frees individuals from arrest or civil liability if they witness an overdose or help treat it. This measure will take effect immediately.

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