Cuomo says New York's coronavirus situation is back to where it was 21 days ago

Cuomo says New York's coronavirus situation is back to where it was 21 days ago

25 Apr    Finance News

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) continued to express cautious optimism that his state, the epicent of the outbreak in the United States, is on the right trajectory amid the coronavirus pandemic.

During his daily briefing, Cuomo, aided by a graph showing the amount of COVID-19 hospitalizations throughout the state, said New York is “back to where we were 21 days ago.”


The next step, he said, is to see “when we will back to the point where only several hundred people” show up at the hospital every day with COVID-19 infections. So while the current slope of the graph is trending in the right direction, Cuomo believes it’s vital to see how low it can get, and at what speed.

New York reported 1,184 new coronavirus infections Saturday, while the number of fatalities remained mostly stead at 437, a slight uptick from Friday’s 422, which was the lowest number of deaths in the state since April 1.


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