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For the first time since late March, New York reports fewer than 100 coronavirus deaths

May 23, 2020

New York governor Andrew Cuomo has reported 84 coronavirus deaths in the last 24 hours, a number less than a hundred for the first time since late March.

“It’s still a tragedy, no doubt, but it’s generally good news,” Cuomo said at a press conference, according to US media.

The number represents a significant decrease from the 109 deaths reported on Friday. In total, there are 369,664 deaths from the new disease in New York State, while around 370,000 people are infected.

For the first time since late March, New York reports fewer than 100 coronavirus deaths
For the first time since late March, New York reports fewer than 100 coronavirus deaths

“I always intended to drop below 100, which is a good sign. We are making progress and I feel very good about it,” said Cuomo, who referred to the regulation signed on Friday, meeting up to ten people have been approved. with protective measures.

At the U.S. level, there are 1,611,691 confirmed cases, 96,479 deaths, and 350,135 recovered patients. This is from the latest update updated by Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.