Published: Sat, April 04, 2020
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NY reports deadliest day from coronavirus, makes plea for help

NY reports deadliest day from coronavirus, makes plea for help

"There's not weeks anymore". "Highest single increase in the number of deaths since we started", Cuomo said.

"If you don't have a health care crisis in your community, please come help us in NY now", he said on Monday, according to CBS News. "The president has to give that order right now".

And Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday that projections show the outbreak worsening through the month.

However economists say the real figure is far more than that because huge swathes of the USA economy began shutting down last month to avoid spreading the virus. "I thank them. I thank their patriotism".

As of Thursday, there have been at least 234,438 confirmed cases of coronavirus across the country, with over 92,000 of those coming from New York, according to aThe New York Times database.

"The city's position used to be that healthy people don't need masks because they're not very effective at preventing the virus from coming in, they're mostly from keeping you from spreading it, so explain this new recommendation", Lehrer said.

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New York City Health & Hospitals, the country's largest public healthcare system, said on Thursday it aimed to add 3,000 critical care beds by May 1, almost tripling its capacity in the 11 hospitals it operates in the city. "We are in constant contact with providers and will make sure they have resources to care for vulnerable New Yorkers in this hard time".

USA employers cut 701,000 jobs last month, ending a record 113 straight months of employment growth, the Labor Department said. "Today it's NY, tomorrow it will be somewhere else".

"There s no doubt.the mitigation activities, the physical separation that we re doing clearly is having a positive impact".

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On Thursday, the Trump administration appeared ready to join local officials in advising Americans to wear face coverings in public to help curb the spread of the virus.

De Blasio and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti have both urged residents to cover their faces when near others in public, even if they have no symptoms.

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