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Total Hospitalizations

18,654 18,825
18,697
18,279 18,569 18,707
18,079 18,335
17,735
17,493
17,316
16,837 16,967
16,479 16,103
15,905 16,213 16,044
15,599
14,810 15,021
14,258
13,383 13,524
12,819
12,839 12,646
12,226 12,159
11,598
10,929 10,993
10,350

9,517

8,503

7,328
6,481

5,327

4,079
3,343
2,629
2,043
1,406
1,042
617
326 496

March 16 May 1
Net Change in Total Hospitalizations

1,412 1,427
1,297 1,095
1,248
1,154 1,175 1,157
1,014

847
714 736
637 656
586 574 586

425 290
364 358

170 121 200 53


91 85 118

-20
-59
-128 -110
-173

-362 -349
-445
-419 -487
-578 -561
-600 -605
-643
-685
-754 -763 -734

March 16 May 1
Net Change in Intubations
351

313 316
303 291
290 295

260

222
200
192

165

121 132
124
116 110
109
93 94
88
69 69

43
27

-14 -16
-26 -21
-7 -32
-40 -41
-48 -65
-73

-108
-112 -118 -115 -92
-127 -124 -124 -110
-139

March 17 May 1
New COVID Hospitalizations Per Day
Gross new COVID hospitalizations (3-day rolling average)
3,181 3,169
3,042
2,945
2,825
2,736 2,772
2,722 2,689
2,563
2,487
2,411 2,389

2,210
2,119 2,156
2,016 2,039 2,045
1,925 1,949
1,833
1,776
1,616
1,564
1,408
1,389 1,404 1,367
1,265
1,224
1,119
1,076
973 970 933 954
924
837 831

656 694

489

March 20 May 1
Number of Lives Lost
April 26: 337
April 27: 335
April 28: 330
April 29: 306
April 30: 289
May 1: 299
(276 in Hospitals, 23 in Nursing Homes)
Data determines actions.
Testing

We completed the

to develop a baseline of infection rate:

15,000 PEOPLE
Antibody Study: Preliminary 15,000 Sampled
WEIGHTED RESULTS
Percent
Percent of Positive
Total (4/22)
2,933 surveyed

100% 13.9%
Antibody Study: Preliminary 15,000 Sampled
WEIGHTED RESULTS
Percent Percent
Percent of Positive Positive
Total (4/22) (4/27)
2,933 surveyed 7,397 surveyed

100% 13.9% 14.9%


Antibody Study: Preliminary 15,000 Sampled
WEIGHTED RESULTS
Percent Percent Percent
Percent of Positive Positive Positive
Total (4/22) (4/27) (5/1)
2,933 surveyed 7,397 surveyed 15,103 surveyed

100% 13.9% 14.9% 12.3%


Antibody Study: Preliminary 15,000 Sampled
WEIGHTED RESULTS
Percent Percent Percent
Percent of
Sex Positive Positive Positive
Total
(4/22) (4/27) (5/1)
Female 52% 12% 13.1% 11.5%

Male 48% 15.9% 16.9% 13.1%


Antibody Study: Preliminary 15,000 Sampled

NYC ONLY
Percent Percent Percent
Positive Positive Positive
(4/22) (4/27) (5/1)

21.2% 24.7% 19.9%


Antibody Study: Preliminary 15,000 Sampled
Percent
Region
Positive (5/1)
NYC overall 19.9%
Bronx 27.6%
Brooklyn 19.2%
Manhattan 17.3%

Queens 18.4%

Staten Island 19.2%


Antibody Study: Preliminary Estimates
Percent Percent
Upstate Region Positive Positive
(4/27) (5/1)
Mohawk Valley 2.6% 2.7%
North Country 1.2% 1.2%
Capital District 2.1% 2.2%
Hudson Valley
(without 2.8% 3.0%
Westchester/Rockland)
Central NY 1.3% 1.9%
Southern Tier 2.4% 2.4%
Finger Lakes 2.7% 2.6%
Western NY 7.1% 6%
Antibody Study: Preliminary 15,000 Sampled
WEIGHTED RESULTS
Percent Percent
Percent
Race Percent of Total Positive Positive
Positive (4/22)
(4/27) (5/1)
Asian 8.8% 11.7% 14.6% 11.1%
Black 14.1% 22.1% 16.9% 17.4%
Latino/
17.7% 22.5% 32.0% 25.4%
Hispanic
Multi/None/
2.3% 22.8% 22.2% 14.4%
Other
White 57.1% 9.1% 8.9% 7%
Antibody Study: Preliminary 15,000 Sampled
WEIGHTED RESULTS
Percent Percent Percent Percent
Age
of Total Positive (4/22) Positive (4/27) Positive (5/2)
18-24 11.7% 8.2% 12.4% 10.9%
25-34 18.6% 15.9% 17.4% 13.5%
35-44 15.8% 13.6% 16.3% 12.9%
45-54 16.4% 16.7% 19.0% 14.4%
55-64 16.8% 14.9% 14.8% 11.9%
65-74 11.6% 11.9% 9.9% 10.4%
75+ 9% 13% 9.6% 9.5%
Understanding Where Infections are Coming From

We still are getting ~900 new infections


a day in our hospitals.
Where Are The New Cases Coming From?
3-Day Rolling
Percent
County Average of Gross Per 100K
Share of Total
Hospitalizations
Manhattan 143 8.80 17.30%
Kings 138 5.36 16.70%
Bronx 112 7.82 13.50%
Nassau 93 6.85 11.20%
Queens 85 3.72 10.20%
Rest of State 67 1.11 8.10%
Suffolk 63 4.28 7.60%
Westchester 59 6.10 7.10%
Erie 27 2.90 3.20%
Richmond 22 4.62 2.60%
Rockland 21 6.45 2.50%
Understanding Where Infections are Coming From

We must lower the infection rate.


To lower the overall infection rate we
must target where the new infections are
coming from
Understanding Where Infections are Coming From

Starting today, we are asking hospitals to


collect specific demographic information:
residence, age, gender, race, ethnicity,
comorbidities, where admitted from (e.g.
nursing homes), Occupation (e.g. frontline
worker), method of travel to work.
We will also continue to protect our
vulnerable communities,
not just with words
but with actions.
Distributing 7 Million Masks Statewide

New York State will distribute 7 million more


cloth masks across the state to most vulnerable
New Yorkers:
• Nursing homes
• Poorer communities, NYC, NYCHA
Nourish New York

New York State Region Amount


is distributing New York City Region $11 million
Westchester Region $1 million
$25 million Long Island Region $1.6 million
to foodbanks Capital/Hudson Valley Region
(includes portion of North Country and Mohawk Valley) $4.4 million
across the state Central NY Region
(includes portion of North Country and Mohawk Valley) $2.2 million
using New York Southern Tier Region $1.1 million
Western New York Region $2.1 million
sourced products. Finger Lakes Region $1.7 million
Food Banks

We need philanthropies to help.

Contact Fran Barrett, Director of Nonprofits


COVIDPhilanthropies@exec.ny.gov

STAY HOME. STOP THE SPREAD. SAVE LIVES.


Antibody Testing For Frontline Workers

New testing survey


has been critically important in
determining the spread of COVID-19
among our frontline workers.
Antibody Testing For Frontline Workers

We are doing antibody testing of


transit workers
in the New York City region.
To keep our frontline workers
safe, and the riding public safe,
we must clean our public transit
system like never before.
The MTA is doing what people
thought was virtually impossible.

Disinfecting trains every 24 hours.


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