New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo stated last Tuesday that the state’s outbreak has decreased as the number of fatality rates and the new infected rate is depleting. There were 105 fatalities reported on Monday, which had the same number of deaths on March 26. Hence, an average of 800 people lost their lives a day at the peak of the state’s outbreak in late March and April.
“Were basically back to where we started before this tragedy descended upon us” he stated.
Gov. Cuomo also announced that there are decreasing numbers of hospitalizations, net change in intubations and daily new cases of Covid-19 are all declined.
‘Look how fast the incline is, how steep that incline is and look at how relatively that decline is. You can get into trouble quickly with this virus and it takes you a longer time to turn that curve and turn that infection rate. So don’t let a spike happen in the first place.” Cuomo said while stating the hospitalization rate chart in the state.
As of the moment, New York is now working toward reopening specific regions of the state.