Bronx County Supreme Court Justice Elizabeth A. Taylor on Friday set a one-week deadline for the New York City Department of Correction to show it was complying with an order to provide access to medical care for people in city jails as alarms sound about worsening conditions inside the facilities.

Milbank, The Legal Aid Society and Brooklyn Defender Services represent the plaintiffs in the suit and were designated class counsel as part of Taylor’s order. The class includes all current and future DOC inmates “who have been or will be denied access to medical care based on the [NYC DOC’s] failure to discharge its mandatory duties,” Taylor wrote.