COVID-19 Data Continues To Be Stable in New York

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COVID-19 data continues to trend in the positive direction in New York. Governor Cuomo says the infection rate is about 1%, with more than 600 positive cases reported yesterday from the over 57,000 people tested. 11 New Yorkers passed away on Sunday, and there are 642 people hospitalized which is where New York began on March 18th.

Cuomo says two possible situations to watch include the probability that New York will be subject to the national increase, and lack of compliance particularly among young people, bars and restaurants.

At the Albany County Monday Coronavirus Briefing, there are seven new cases for the 24 hour period, and a total of 2,229 cases since the pandemic began.

Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple saying he has received 575 complaints about businesses not adhering to state regulations, and people who enter the businesses without a mask.

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