UPDATE: New York’s darkest day: Cuomo gives stunning new figures on state’s coronavirus deaths
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The coronavirus death toll across the state of New York has risen by 562 in just 24 hours, bringing the total number of victims to 2,935, and the number of infections has gone past 100,000.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo revealed the startling new figures at a press conference on Friday morning where he pleaded with the other states to send help before the pandemic peaks.
The article goes on to state the following:
Overnight, the death toll rose from 2,373 to 2,935 – the single highest increase in a day yet and the equivalent of 23 people dying every hour. The number of cases went up by 10,482 to 102,863.
“That is the equivalent to 23 people dying every hour across the state as a result of the deadly virus,” the Daily Mail reported.
— Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) April 3, 2020
The latest COVID-19 stats (at time of publication of this story):
- New York, Coronavirus Cases: 102,863
New York, Deaths: 2,935
- US Coronavirus Cases: 266,259
US Deaths: 6,803
US Recovered: 11,983
Global Coronavirus Cases: 1,081,157
Global Coronavirus Deaths: 58,128
Global Recovered: 227,719
New York had its largest coronavirus death toll in a single day, at 562, says Gov. Andrew Cuomo https://t.co/CFh6Ir8u0P
— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) April 3, 2020
New York suffers its deadliest single day from the coronavirus, with 562 additional deaths across the state for a total of 2,935 fatalities, Governor Andrew Cuomo said https://t.co/gKP2FOfJtV pic.twitter.com/nKQlSUH3HM
— Reuters (@Reuters) April 3, 2020
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