New York governor Andrew Cuomo reported on Wednesday that the state added another 330 coronavirus deaths on the last day, which would confirm the downward trend in the number of daily deaths after 335 deaths. Tuesday.
The number, which steadily declines in this way – there were 337 deaths within 24 hours on Monday – puts the total number of coronavirus deaths in the state at 17,968 and represents a sharp decrease compared to early April. The number turned around 800, as in explained to a press conference.
However, Cuomo has warned that the number of hospital admissions has increased slightly for the first time in 12 days. “It’s not good news,” he said, before recalling that there had previously been a 70 percent drop in new arrivals.
Regarding the situation of a large number of “homeless” sleeping in subway facilities, the governor has indicated that he has instructed the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to submit a related plan to “work by disinfecting every night.” “