COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths remain low and relatively stable in New York. In the past 24 hours, 912 people have tested positive for the state virus, out of 64,045 tests performed.In the past six days, between 557 and 786 cases have been confirmed each day, but the state’s positive test rate has been around 1% for several weeks, a drastic drop from May.
Hospitalizations rose slightly to 820 on Monday, an increase of 28 patients from the previous day.
At least 403,175 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in the state, with 24,994 deaths. About 4.8 million tests have been performed.
Other state data
Number of people in intensive care: 167 (decrease of 8 patients)
Number of people intubated in ICU: 101 (decrease of 2 patients)
Total number of people discharged from hospitals: 71,692 (increase of 49 patients)
New York Coronavirus Data
In New York, 216,468 people tested positive for coronavirus on Monday, an increase of 269 cases.
The city reported 29 additional COVID-19 hospitalizations.
There have been 23,336 deaths from the virus in New York (18,720 confirmed and 4,616 probable).
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