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Fact by fact

across the morass.


Total Hospitalizations
18,654 18,825
18,569
18,707 18,697
18,279 18,335
18,079 17,735
17,493 17,316
16,837 16,967
16,479 16,103
16,213 16,044
15,905
15,599
15,021
14,810
14,258
13,383 13,524
12,819
12,839 12,646
12,226 12,159
11,598
10,929 10,993
10,350 9,786 9,600
9,179
9,517 9,647 8,665
8,196
8,503 7,776
7,262 6,946
7,226 6,706
7,328 7,063 6,394 5,840
6,481 6,220 5,818
5,897
5,570 4,844
5,327 5,187 4,642
4,393 4,265
4,348 4,208
4,079 4,010
3,343
2,629
2,043
1,042 1,406
617
326 496

March 16 May 27
Net Change in Total Hospitalizations

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

847
714 736
637 656
586 574 586
425
364 358
290
170 200
121
91 85 53 118

-20
-59 -47 -36 -57 -22 -45 -57
-128 -110 -139 -117 -83
-173 -163 -174 -202 -198
-240 -248 -249
-349 -312 -323 -343
-362 -383
-419 -445 -421
-487 -420
-514 -514
-578 -561 -564
-600 -469
-685 -605 -643
-754 -763 -734

March 16 May 27
Net Change in Intubations
351

313 316
303 295
290 291

260

222
200
192

165

124 132
116 121 110
109
93 94
88
69 69

43
27

-7 -9
-14 -16 -14
-26 -21
-32
-40 -41
-48 -53 -56
-62 -63 -57 -60 -56 -57
-65 -56
-73 -78 -72 -73 -76 -76
-92 -92 -91
-102 -102 -108 -100
-112 -108 -111
-110 -108
-127 -118 -115 -124 -124 -130 -130
-139

March 17 May 27
New COVID Hospitalizations Per Day
Gross new COVID hospitalizations (3-day rolling average)
3,181 3,169
3,042
2,945
2,825
2,772
2,736 2,722 2,689
2,563
2,487
2,411 2,389

2,210
2,119 2,016 2,156
2,039 2,045
1,925 1,949
1,833
1,776
1,616
1,564
1,408 1,404
1,389 1,367
1,265 1,224
1,119
1,076
970
973 933 954
924
837 789
831
717
656 694 659 604
601 607 572 521
489 488 420
400
401 416 431 374 373
321 295 225 229 237
246 208 181
201 163

March 20 May 27
Number of Lives Lost
May 22: 84
May 23: 109
May 24: 96
May 25: 73
May 26: 74
May 27: 74
(52 in Hospitals, 22 in Nursing Homes)
Number of Lives Lost
3-day rolling average
763 755
736 739
713 724
714 704
701 703

651
628
608 617 605

554 558 543


525
506
485
471 470
451
423
391 384384 374
364
339 331
329
297
279
260
231
235 229 226 224 216
198
195 188 174
173 152
149 149 143
134 108 109
117 107
105 99 101 96 93
78 81 74
58
36 45
16 21
March 24 May 27
March 20 May 27
Yesterday, I was in Washington.
Opinion
I understand what
states and Governors must do.
?
? What must Washington do ?
?
Washington already bailed out
the big corporations.
Legislation that helps
working Americans:
Police Officers
Firefighters State and Local
Teachers Funding
Hospitals
NO PORK
BARREL
Relief Shortchanged Hardest Hit States
Alaska $3,396,739
Wyoming $2,133,106
Hawaii $2,016,129
North Carolina $345,528
Kentucky $337,697
Connecticut $47,204 Federal COVID-19 Funding
New Jersey $27,174
per Positive Case
New York $23,840
AP analysis as of May 4
Washington:
Try SMART

economy
Plan a vision for the future - BBB
Stop corporate layoffs
Create jobs by rebuilding America
Remember:
We are the
UNITED STATES
We are not red and blue
WE ARE ALL AMERICANS
FACTS
?
? NYC ?
?
We were attacked by the
coronavirus from Europe.
We were hit the hardest but we
will reopen as the smartest.
State rules & metrics to
reopen NYC are the same
rules & metrics as for all
other NYS regions.
Phase 1 reopens:
construction, manufacturing,
curbside retail by specific
guidelines.
Phased Reopening of Businesses
Phase 1
• Construction
• Manufacturing and Wholesale Trade
• Retail Curbside and In-Store Pickup Only
• Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing
Phase 2
• All Office-Based Jobs
• Real Estate Services
• Retail In-Store Shopping
• Limited Barbershop and Hair Salon Services

Phase 3
• Restaurants/Food Services
• Personal Care Services

Phase 4
• Arts/Entertainment/Recreation
• Education
?
? Metrics/ ?
Numbers
?
?
? Contact Tracing ?
?
MTA

Working New Yorkers


depend on mass transit.
MTA
The MTA is cleaning and
disinfecting trains and buses daily.

This week, the MTA is piloting the


use of proven UV light technology
to kill the virus in subway cars
and crew facilities.
Focus on NYC hotspots
We are doing tens of
thousands of tests per
day so we have data to
target our efforts.
Focus on Troubled Areas

By Zip Code
• Outer-borough
• More minority
• Lower income
• Not currently working
• Community spread
• Healthcare disparity
• Lack of masks, social
distancing particularly
younger people
Antibody Test Results

NYC
Morrisania
General
(Bronx)
Population
% Positive 43% 19.9%
Hospitalization
3.26/100K 1.8/100K
Rate
Black 42% 22%
(% of Population)
Latino/Hispanic 56% 29%
(% of Population)
Antibody Test Results

NYC
Brownsville
General
(Brooklyn)
Population
% Positive 41% 19.9%
Hospitalization
3.62/100K 1.8/100K
Rate
Black 80% 22%
(% of Population)
Latino/Hispanic 16% 29%
(% of Population)
Antibody Test Results

NYC
East Bronx
General
(Bronx)
Population
% Positive 38% 19.9%
Hospitalization
5.91/100K 1.8/100K
Rate
Black 38% 22%
(% of Population)
Latino/Hispanic 32% 29%
(% of Population)
Antibody Test Results

Soundview/ NYC
Bruckner General
(Bronx) Population
% Positive 38% 19.9%
Hospitalization
3.55/100K 1.8/100K
Rate
Black 29% 22%
(% of Population)
Latino/Hispanic 62% 29%
(% of Population)
Antibody Test Results

NYC
Hollis
General
(Queens)
Population
% Positive 35% 19.9%
Hospitalization
2.94/100K 1.8/100K
Rate
Black 38% 22%
(% of Population)
Latino/Hispanic 14% 29%
(% of Population)
Antibody Test Results

NYC
Flatbush
General
(Brooklyn)
Population
% Positive 45% 19.9%
Hospitalization
3.07/100K 1.8/100K
Rate
Black 71% 22%
(% of Population)
Latino/Hispanic 17% 29%
(% of Population)
Address Healthcare Inequality
• More diagnostic testing
• More antibody testing
• More PPE
• More healthcare services for underlying
illnesses
• More supplies
• More communication
Delivering for Those Most Impacted

In New York, we are taking on inequalities


and delivering for those who have been
most impacted by the COVID pandemic.
Delivering for Those Most Impacted

NYS is partnering with Northwell Health to


bring more healthcare services to impacted
communities.
New York State Testing Network
More than
225
TESTING SITES
in NYC
coronavirus.health.ny.gov
Delivering for Those Most Impacted

MASKS WORK

more than 8 million masks


across New York City, including to NYCHA,
food banks, churches, and homeless shelters.
Delivering for Those Most Impacted

Today we are delivering an


additional 1 million masks
to hardest hit neighborhoods
across New York City.
Wear A Mask. Save A Life.

Today, I am signing an Executive Order


authorizing businesses to deny entry to those
who do not wear masks or face-coverings.
Wear A Mask. Save A Life.

More communication / education


on availability and importance of
testing/healthcare & PPE/social
distancing.
Thank you
Chris Rock and Rosie Perez
for joining and helping get the message out!