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Today is Saturday.

Day 91.
Day of
LIGHT DARKNESS
Day Where
We see how far We see how far
we have come we need to go
Total Hospitalizations
18,654 18,825
18,569 18,70718,697
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
12,839
12,819
12,646
12,226 12,159
11,598
10,929 10,993
9,786
10,350 9,647
9,517 9,600
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
5,840
5,570
5,187
5,327 4,844 4,393 4,208
4,642 4,348 4,010
4,079 4,265 3,781
3,619
3,343
2,629
2,043
1,406
1,042
496 617
326

March 16 May 29
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

-59 -20 -47 -36 -57 -22 -45 -57


-128 -110 -139 -117 -83
-173 -163 -174 -162
-202 -198
-240 -248 -249 -229
-312 -323
-362 -349
-419 -421 -383 -343
-445 -420
-487 -514 -514
-578 -561 -564 -469
-600
-605 -643
-754 -763 -734

March 16 May 29
Net Change in Intubations
351

313 316
303 295
290 291

260

222
200
192
165

124 132
116 121 109 110
93 94
88
69 69
43
27

-7 -9
-14 -16 -14
-26 -21 -32 -32
-40 -48 -41 -42
-53 -56 -57 -56 -57
-65 -62
-73 -56 -72 -73 -63 -60 -76 -76
-78
-92 -92 -91
-102 -102 -108 -100
-112 -118 -115 -110 -108 -111
-127 -108 -124 -130 -130
-139 -124

March 17 May 29
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 2,016 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
924 973 933 954
837 831 789
717
656 694 659 607 604
601 572 521
489 488 416 431 400
401 420 374 373 295
321 225 229
246 208 237201 181 169
163 178

March 20 May 29
Number of Lives Lost
May 24: 96
May 25: 73
May 26: 74
May 27: 74
May 28: 67
May 29: 67
(47 in Hospitals, 20 in Nursing Homes)
accomplished what many said
was impossible
Phased Reopening

5 regions upstate
Phase 2
Early Warning System
Next week:
Capital Region and Western NY
end 14 days of Phase I.
Reopening
SMART
New York City
New York City planned to open June 8
Between today and June 8

11
100 Private
Hospitals in NYC
area
MTA Preparation
10 Hotspots

Location Zipcode Percent Positive


Bronx 10457 51%
Bronx 10460 50%
Bronx 10468 50%
Brooklyn 11226 45%
Queens 11427 45%
Bronx 10456 43%
Brooklyn 11212 41%
Brooklyn 11206 40%
Bronx 10452 38%
Bronx 10469 38%
All of NYC 19.9%
These hotspots are
predominantly low income and
minority communities.
More Testing

Today we are adding


10 more testing sites
one more for each zip code.
Combine testing with Northwell Health to
develop better healthcare connections.
We must address the
inequality in healthcare.
Larger Context

Moment of crisis
Be honest about the
depth of the problem.
Larger Context

Rodney King George Floyd


30 Years

Injustice in criminal justice


is abhorrent
Rodney King (Los Angeles, 1991)
Malice Green (Detroit, 1992)
Abner Louima (NYC, 1997)
Amadou Diallo (NYC, 1999)
Sean Bell (NYC, 2006)
Oscar Grant (Oakland, 2009)
Trayvon Martin (Sanford, FL, 2012)
Eric Garner (NYC, 2014)
Michael Brown (Ferguson, MO, 2014)
Tamir Rice (Cleveland, OH 2014)
Laquan McDonald (Chicago, 2014)
Walter Scott (N. Charleston, SC, 2015)
Freddie Gray (Baltimore, 2015)
Philando Castile (Falcon Heights, MN, 2016)
Antwon Rose Jr. (Pittsburgh, 2018)
Ahmaud Arbery (Glynn County, GA, 2020)
Breonna Taylor (Louisville, KY, 2020)
George Floyd (Minneapolis, 2020)
of discrimination and
racism dating back
hundreds of years.
I share the outrage
at the injustice.
But violence

It never is.
Violence obscures the
righteousness of the message.
Returning hate for hate multiplies
hate, adding deeper darkness to a
night already devoid of stars.
Darkness cannot drive out
darkness; only light can do that.
Hate cannot drive out hate;
only love can do that.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Last night we saw disturbing violent
clashes amidst protests in Brooklyn.

I am asking Attorney General James to


review all actions and procedures.

The public deserves answers


and accountability.
In this pandemic crisis, over the
past 91 days we have seen how
good we can be when
we come together.
NY was hit the worst
and it brought out the best.
Our better angels
rose to the occasion.
We helped each other,
we respected each other,
we protected each other.
We needed people to
rise above themselves.

And they did.


Our frontline workers are
modern day heroes.
Putting their lives at risk
to serve and save others.
They were not black frontline
workers or white frontline workers
or Latino frontline workers.
They were Americans.

They were New Yorkers.


We acted as one.
Many of them
gave their lives for us.
Let us learn from their example.
They did not die in vain.
Their spirit lives in us.
When we act from strength,
not fear; love, not hate
there is nothing we cannot overcome.
That must be the lesson of
this moment in history.
The way forward
NEW YORK TOUGH
SMART
UNITED
DISCIPLINED
LOVING