New York City has just reached its first day in almost four months without a single coronavirus death, according to preliminary figures released on Sunday.
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New York Department of Health data released on Sunday recorded no COVID-19 deaths on Saturday – the first time since March 13 that no deaths from the virus have been reported in the Big Apple.
Authorities recorded two probable deaths from the disease on Friday, although there were no confirmed deaths from COVID-19 that day.
The city lost its first resident to the virus on March 11.
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Since then, 18,669 people have been confirmed to have succumbed to the disease, in addition to the 4,613 probable COVID-19 deaths reported.
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