On the afternoon of March 30, local time, New York governor Andrew Cuomo said that the number of people who have died of COVID 19 in New York state has reached 1,218, 253 more than on March 29. In addition, there were 66,497 confirmed COVID-19 cases in New York state, with 9,517 hospitalized and 2,352 admitted to intensive care. A total of 4,204 people have been discharged from the hospital with reduced symptoms.
As New York continues to suffer from a shortage of health care workers, Cuomo called on health care workers from other regions to support New York and said they would help as the COVID 19 epidemic in other regions escalated. Cuomo again asked everyone to stay at home, not calling but ordering the city to close all parks if noncompliance continues.
New York is the hardest-hit area of COVID – 19 in the United States. On the morning of the same day, us navy hospital ship comfort arrived in New York and was scheduled to receive it from the 31st
Non-COVID – 19 patients to relieve pressure on the New York City health system.
Governor Cuomo has previously said he expects a peak in the next two to three weeks. New York City is setting up makeshift field hospitals at several sites, including the central park, in the face of a shortage of beds and breathing machines, and the state’s 2020 presidential primary campaign will be postponed until June 23.
President Donald Trump “got it right away” when presented with data about the rise in coronavirus cases, which influenced his decision to extend social distancing guidelines, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, tells CNN.