The New York Post reports:
New York on Saturday reported its lowest daily death total from the coronavirus in nearly two months — a significant sign the state is “making real progress” in its battle to defeat killer bug, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.
Eighty-four people died from COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, down from 109 the previous day — and the lowest total since March 24. Single day fatalities in New York peaked April 7, when 799 people died from COVID-19.
A day after saying two more regions were set to reopen next week, Cuomo provided more specifics, saying Mid-Hudson — the area north of the Big Apple along the river and south of Albany — is set to do so Tuesday.