The New York Daily News reports:
New York’s coronavirus infection rate fell below 1% Wednesday as the state continues to stave off a second wave of the deadly respiratory illness.
Gov. Cuomo said only 636, or 0.87%, of the more than 70,000 test results that came back Tuesday were positive as hospitalizations fell by four patients to 564 people statewide.
The falling infection rate in the Empire State comes as the city passed a significant milestone: three days without a reported COVID-19 death. The state recorded just four deaths from the virus on Tuesday, Cuomo said. A total of 25,179 people have died from the virus in New York.
New York’s coronavirus infection rate fell below 1% as the state continues to stave off a second wave of the deadly respiratory illness.https://t.co/2IDnG5MaV4
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) August 5, 2020