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Today is Day 90.

Follow the facts,


they will show you the way.
- A.J. Parkinson
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
9,786
10,350 9,647
9,600
9,517 9,179
8,665
8,503 8,196 7,226
7,776 7,063
7,328 7,262 6,946 6,394
6,706 6,220 5,818
6,481 5,897 5,570
5,840
5,187
5,327 4,844 4,393
4,642 4,348 4,208
4,079 4,265 4,010
3,781
3,343
2,629
2,043
1,042 1,406
617
326 496

March 16 May 28
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
118
91 121 85 53

-20
-59 -47 -36 -57 -22 -45 -57
-128 -110 -139 -117 -83
-173 -163 -174 -202 -198 -229
-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 28
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 -42
-48 -53 -56
-62 -63 -57 -60 -56 -57
-65 -56
-73 -78 -72 -73 -76 -76
-92 -92 -91
-102 -102 -100
-112 -108 -111
-118 -115 -110 -108
-127 -108 -124 -130 -130
-139 -124

March 17 May 28
New COVID Hospitalizations Per Day
Gross new COVID hospitalizations
3,424
3,261

3,050

2,844 2,857 2,870 2,916


2,822

2,622
2,555 2,529
2,507

2,315
2,241
2,084 2,084 2,068
2,017 1,983
1,883
1,795 1,811
1,722 1,717

1,447 1,502
1,419 1,409
1,302
1,071
1,191 1,096
1,085 1,062 1,088
916 950
823 824 826
771 760 718
608 652 627 555
542 533 476 519
489
433 446 425
295 328 368 326 241
268 290 205 240 230 180 176
179 152
132

March 20 May 28
Number of Lives Lost
May 23: 109
May 24: 96
May 25: 73
May 26: 74
May 27: 74
May 28: 67
(46 in Hospitals, 21 in Nursing Homes)
?
? REOPENING ?
?
New York State
H
Transparent Metrics
Now Even Smarter

• Number of tests per day


• Percent of tests positive per day
• Immediate information on trend lines
Early Warning System
Baseline Regional Measures
Measures
Requirements to Severity of the Measures Regional
New Infections
Measure and Control New Infections Hospital Capacity
in the Region
New Infections
Many states and countries have
made mistakes on reopening.
5 Regions Open for 2 Weeks

The data has been reviewed by:


• County
• Regional
• State
• Global experts
Experts Advising New York State
move from phase 1 to phase 2 it is absolutely critical that there is timely data to

new early warning dashboard does just that it will help foster added

- Dr. Michael Osterholm, Director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research
and Policy at the University of Minnesota

they have accomplished in such a short time. This COVID dashboard transparently
shows to all those living in New York what is happening in their region. As New
York begins to move some regions from phase 1 to phase 2, these metrics provide
a robust foundation for tracking the disease. We are carefully looking at these data
for the five regions that are ready to move forward and want to see a consistent

- Dr. Samir Bhatt, Imperial College


Experts Advising New York State
compiling essential data we need to combat COVID-

part of Phase 2, which will provide critical income and jobs for retail and real

- Eli Rosenberg, Associate Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at


UAlbany

important tool for policymakers, business owners, and individuals to make data-

- Michael LeVasseur, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics,


Drexel University
Phased Reopening

5 regions now
enter Phase 2
Phased Reopening of Businesses
Phase 1
• Construction OPEN IN
• Manufacturing and Wholesale Trade
• Retail Curbside and In-Store Pickup Only 9 REGIONS
• Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing

Phase 2


All Office-Based Jobs
Real Estate Services
OPENING IN
• Retail In-Store Shopping 5 REGIONS
• Limited Barbershop and Hair Salon Services

Phase 3
• Restaurants/Food Services
• Personal Care Services

Phase 4
• Arts/Entertainment/Recreation
• Education
Phase 2 Reopening of Businesses
All office-based jobs: Real estate services:
• Professional Services • Building and Property
• Administrative Support Management
• Information Technology • Leasing, Rental, and
Sales Services
Retail:
• Barbershops and Hair Salons
• In-store Shopping
(limited services)
• Rental, Repair, and
• Motor Vehicle Leasing,
Cleaning
Rental, and Sales
Office-Based Jobs Guidance
• 50% occupancy in office buildings in Phase 2
• Mandatory employee daily screenings
(e.g. heath questionnaire, temperature checks)
• Masks, plexi-glass or other barriers required if
6 feet cannot be maintained
• Signage and distance markers required in closed quarters
(restrooms and breakrooms)
• No congregations in small areas and limited in-person meetings
• No meetings without social distancing
• No communal sharing of food or beverages
Retail In-Store Shopping Guidance
• 50% maximum occupancy of all retail stores in the region
• Employees must wear face coverings when interacting with
customers and coworkers
• Customers must wear face coverings, if medically able
• Stores must control foot traffic with designated
signage and markers
• Continue use of curbside/in-store pickup where possible,
as well as remote shopping (online and phone)
• Close shared amenities, including self-serve
sampling stations and bars
• Store owner can prohibit customers without masks
• Malls are closed except stores with external entrances curbside
available for all retail.
Barbershops & Hair Salons Guidance
• 50% maximum occupancy required in all salons
• Allow hair services ONLY (massages, hair removal, facial, and nail
services remain prohibited)
• Employees must wear face coverings and face shields while
performing hair services at all times
• Customers must wear face coverings at all times
• By-appointment only services
• Employees strongly encouraged to get tested before opening
• Customers urged to inquire about employee testing status
• Employees interacting with customers must be tested at least
once every two weeks
• Shops must keep a log of customers to trace if positive
We All Have a Role To Play

Employer responsibility
Storeowner responsibility
Employee responsibility
Individual responsibility
Local government responsibility
?
? NYC ?
?
On Track to Meet Metrics

• Hospital capacity remaining below 70%


and establishing PPE stockpile
• Testing/contact tracing being brought
to scale
• MTA preparing for reopening
• Focusing on hotspots by ZIP code
Phased Reopening

JUNE 8: NYC
expected to enter
Phase 1
New York City Phase I Reopening

NYC Phase 1:
~400,000 employees return
to work in construction,
manufacturing, retail.
Remember
Reopening does not mean
returning to the past.

Reopening means moving toward


a new, safer normal.

Wear a mask. Get tested. Social distance.


Up to US.
Up to YOU.
WE decide the future.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio
NEW YORK TOUGH
SMART
UNITED
DISCIPLINED
LOVING