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11 July 2020 05:02PM
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Hospitalizations Drop Below 800 — Lowest Since March 18

6 COVID-19 Deaths in New York State Yesterday

Lowest Three-Day Average Death Toll Since March 16

1.05% of Yesterday’s COVID-19 Tests were Positive

730 Additional Coronavirus Cases in New York State

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today updated New Yorkers on the state’s progress during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Hospitalizations dropped below 800 for the first time since March 18, and the three-day average death toll—7—is the lowest since March 16. The number of new cases, percentage of tests that were positive and many other helpful data points are always available at forward.ny.gov.

“Throughout this pandemic, we’ve made progress by recognizing that state and local governments can’t fight the virus on their own—the efforts of everyday New Yorkers to socially distance, wear masks and wash their hands are central to our ability to slow the spread and save lives,” Governor Cuomo said. “As we allow ourselves to celebrate some good news—that hospitalizations have dropped below 800 for the first time since March 18 and the three-day average death toll is at its lowest since March 16—I urge residents to stay New York Tough and not give up the ground we’ve worked so hard to gain together, particularly in the face of rising cases throughout the country and compliance issues here at home.”

Today’s data is summarized briefly below:

Patient Hospitalization – 799 (-27)
Patients Newly Admitted – 75 (-12)
Hospital Counties – 28
Number ICU – 177 (-1)
Number ICU with Intubation – 100 (+8)
Total Discharges – 71,477 (+106)
Deaths – 6
Total Deaths – 24,974

Of the 69,203 tests conducted in New York State yesterday, 730, or 1.05 percent, were positive. Each region’s percentage of positive tests over the last three days is as follows:

CAPITAL REGION
WEDNESDAY 0.7%; THURSDAY 0.7%; FRIDAY 1.2%

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