Gov. Cuomo: There’s a Spread of the Coronavirus in the Suburban Communities Around New York City

Gov. Cuomo: There’s a Spread of the Coronavirus in the Suburban Communities Around New York City

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Janet Ybarra
Democrat
Former Washington Journalist
Contributor on The Bipartisan Press

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While much of the attention toward the spread of the novel coronavirus in the Empire State has been in New York City, it’s also spread throughout the Big Apple’s suburban communities, according to Gov Andrew Cuomo (D).

There have been more than 1.6 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide The virus has killed more than 100,000.

In the United States, 503,177 cases have been reported, including 18,761, according to the most recent figures.

Most of the cases in the United States have been centered in and around the New York area.

“We’ve been watching a spread to the suburban communities around New York City, Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Rockland. That seems to have stabilized,” Cuomo said. “We have a couple of hot spots in Suffolk County that we’re watching but overall, we’ve been very aggressive in these suburban communities in jumping on those hot spots and the percentage of growth in upstate New York and the suburban areas around New York City has basically been stabilized and flat. So that’s good news, too.” 

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