New York has 22,717 confirmed cases, 12,345 in the last 24 hours, 6 percent of coronavirus cases worldwide, CDC reports disclose.
The spike in cases in New York is triggered both by the rapid outbreak growth and by a relatively higher level of monitoring. Health officials stressed that tests show the rapid spread of the coronavirus.
Mr. Cuomo also said, “I don’t know what I’m saying people don’t get,” he said, calling the New Yorkers ‘ actions “insensitive” and “arrogant,” implying that the local authorities should shut any street access and allow pedestrians more outside. He also said that he’d give New York City 24 hours and come up with an idea to eliminate public spaces such as parks.
The governor intends to increase the capacity of state hospitals. He added that at the massive JacobK. Javits Convention Center in Midtown Manhattan, the Federal Emergency Management Agency will construct four Hospitals with 1.000 gross bedding.
“If I had the power, I would do it in New York,” Mr. Cuomo repeated the federal government’s request by Mayor Bill de Blasio to oblige the commercial industry to manufacture medical equipment.
New York has obtained medications that will be checked on Tuesday from federal government courts, said Cuomo. Hydroxychloroquine, zithromax and chloroquine are used. All discretionary, non-critical operations are canceled by 25 to 30 percent from Wednesday to maximize the capacity of the hospital bed in the Province. City Council Chairman Mark Levine, on Twitter, said earlier Sunday that monitoring was more detrimental, partially because it would entail staffing and equipment which could only be used with critically ill patients.
“The president is optimistic about these coronavirus drugs,” Mr. Cuomo said. “I’ve spoken with a number of health officials, and there is a good basis to believe that they could work.”
The healthcare infrastructure in New York City is straining under a flood in coronavirus infections, and Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Sunday morning that it is “upsetting.” The mayor said in the “meet the press” of NBC “April will be worse than March.” “May will be worse than April, I guess.” “I am terrified of April.”