The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in New York City is now 213, an increase of 59 overnight. The five boroughs now have more people who have tested positive than Westchester County, which has 174 infections.
Westchester had previously been the site of the largest cluster of coronavirus cases in the state, many of them connected to Lawrence Garbuz, a 50-year-old New Rochelle attorney who worked in Manhattan.
On Friday, the state opened its first drive-through testing center in New Rochelle. On Saturday, Governor Cuomo said another drive-through testing facility would open in Long Island by the end of next week. Nassau County has 68 confirmed cases, while Suffolk has 33.