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A short report on coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in New York City
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Published and updated Mar-19-2020
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Source: Spectrum News Staff New York City
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An outbreak of COVID-19 caused by the virus SARS-CoV-2 in December 2019. On February 26, 2020, COVID-19 cases had been identified in 36 other countries and territories, including the United States. Person-to-person transmission has been widely documented. On January 20, state and local health departments in the United States, in collaboration with teams deployed from CDC, began identifying and monitoring all persons having close contact with confirmed COVID-19 patients. The aims of these efforts were to ensure rapid evaluation and care of patients, limit further transmission, and understand the risk factors for transmission.
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New York City up to 3954 confirmed cases of corona virus, 26 deaths
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There are now 3954 confirmed cases of the noval corona virus and 26 deaths in New York City, announced Thursday night with some fluctuation in the numbers.
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Brooklyn: 1,195 cases
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Queens: 1,042
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Manhattan: 1,038
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Bronx: 496
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Staten Island: 179
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In the afternoon, the number of people hospitalized was 554, with 169 of those patients in the ICU
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It is reported that the confirmed case total in New York City is above doubled in each of the past two days. It was 1,871 on Wednesday evening and 923 on Tuesday night
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Coronavirus Case Numbers Over 4,000 as Testing Expands
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In the morning, 4,152 confirmed cases were reported statewide and the city’s own total reported has increased by 1,485 since then. As of the morning, 777 patients were hospitalized statewide.
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There is rapid increase in confirmed cases in the past week. On March 11, there were 216 cases in New York State in total.
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The numbers of cases are expected to increase exponentially. It was predicted that the city would reach 10,000 cases soon over the coming weeks and months as more tests are conducted.

Revision as of 17:57, 20 March 2020

A short report on coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in New York City Published and updated Mar-19-2020 Source: Spectrum News Staff New York City An outbreak of COVID-19 caused by the virus SARS-CoV-2 in December 2019. On February 26, 2020, COVID-19 cases had been identified in 36 other countries and territories, including the United States. Person-to-person transmission has been widely documented. On January 20, state and local health departments in the United States, in collaboration with teams deployed from CDC, began identifying and monitoring all persons having close contact with confirmed COVID-19 patients. The aims of these efforts were to ensure rapid evaluation and care of patients, limit further transmission, and understand the risk factors for transmission. New York City up to 3954 confirmed cases of corona virus, 26 deaths There are now 3954 confirmed cases of the noval corona virus and 26 deaths in New York City, announced Thursday night with some fluctuation in the numbers. Brooklyn: 1,195 cases Queens: 1,042 Manhattan: 1,038 Bronx: 496 Staten Island: 179 In the afternoon, the number of people hospitalized was 554, with 169 of those patients in the ICU It is reported that the confirmed case total in New York City is above doubled in each of the past two days. It was 1,871 on Wednesday evening and 923 on Tuesday night Coronavirus Case Numbers Over 4,000 as Testing Expands In the morning, 4,152 confirmed cases were reported statewide and the city’s own total reported has increased by 1,485 since then. As of the morning, 777 patients were hospitalized statewide. There is rapid increase in confirmed cases in the past week. On March 11, there were 216 cases in New York State in total. The numbers of cases are expected to increase exponentially. It was predicted that the city would reach 10,000 cases soon over the coming weeks and months as more tests are conducted.