New York’s darkest day: Cuomo reveals 23 people died every HOUR over last 24hrs as state coronavirus deaths rise by 562 – bringing the total to 2,935 with more than 100,000 infections

Friday, April 3, 2020
By Paul Martin

The coronavirus death toll in the state of New York rose by 562 between Thursday and Friday to 2935
That is the equivalent to 23 people dying every hour across the state as a result of the deadly virus
It is the highest number of deaths in a 24 period for the state, which is the epicenter of America’s crisis
The total number of infections in New York is now 102, 863 and the vast majority are in New York City
The numbers are expected to continue to climb for at least another two weeks, Gov. Cuomo said
He is begging for help from other states and says he will return the favor once NY’s crisis is over
He believes his state is the ‘first encounter’ but that the virus will ‘march across’ the country eventually
Cuomo has signed an order to take surplus ventilators from NY state hospitals and bring them to NYC
NY Health Commissioner Dr. Howard Zucker, is not yet encouraging the nation to wear face masks yet

3 April 2020

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.

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.

More people have now died across the state of New York as a result of the coronavirus than were killed in New York City in the Twin Towers attacks on 9/11. That day, 2,753 died in New York and an additional 224 died in the attacks on the Pentagon and on United Flight 93.

Across America, there are now nearly 250,000 cases of the virus and more than 6,000 people have died.

Gov. Cuomo said on Friday that the only ‘logical, practical’ plan was for the country to enact a rolling deployment of resources to the regions that need it when they need it.

Since New York is ‘the first encounter’, he is asking for help to be sent his way now but said he will return the favor if and when the crisis in his state is over.

Cuomo said he knows individual hospitals will not like the order, but that it is what must be done to avoid people dying ‘because we didn’t share’.

He has promised to either return the ventilator once to the hospital it was taken from or reimburse them for it. His strategy hinges on the proviso that different localities will hit their peaks at different times.

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