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A nonprofit health care organization was hit by a ransomware attack that completely shut down its networks, reports the Daily Messanger. 

A ransomware attack has prompted Jordan Health to shut down its computer networks, a spokesperson said Thursday morning.

The nonprofit operates 9 health centers in Rochester and Canandaigua and treats upward of 30,000 underserved and uninsured patients. Those centers remain open for business and are seeing patients, but ask that patients bring their insurance card, medications and photo ID with them.

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