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Day 100

Thank you,
New Yorkers
Data-Driven Policy Works
New York Curve Rest of USA Curve
30,000

30,000
Daily Positive Cases

March 3 June 7 Daily Positive Cases


March 3 June 7
Source: COVID Tracking Project
Day 100
Day 15
COVID-19 and Social Unrest
Two separate issues,
but an important week for NYS on both fronts:

Continued Opportunity for NYS


reopening of NYS to lead the nation in
following COVID-19 wake of George
outbreak Floyd murder
Protests continued
across the state yesterday.

There is a demand for action.


4 Cornerstones
• Transparency of disciplinary records 50-a
• Ban chokeholds
• Attorney General as special prosecutor
• False race-based 911 report prohibited
I applaud the NYS Legislature
for convening this week to act
on nation leading reforms.

Senate Majority Leader Assembly Speaker


Andrea Stewart-Cousins Carl Heastie
Reform must be
national and true justice.

Now is the time.


Carpe momentum
?
? REOPENING ?
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Based on data and facts.
Percent of Tests with Positive Results
50% 50%
49%
Sunday:
48% 49%

58,054 tests
47% 47%
45% 44% 45%
44%
42% 42% 42% 43% 43%
40%
40%40%

34%
37%
35%
38%

35% 35%
702 positive tests
29%
30%
32%
30%29%
29%
lowest since March 16
27%27%

23%
22%
25%
24%23%
22%
21%
1.2% positive
19%
17%
16% 17%
15% 15% 15%15%
13%
13% 13%12%
10% 10%
10% 10% 9%
8%
8%
8%
7% 6% 7%
6% 6% 5% 5%
5% 4% 3% 3%
4% 4% 3%
3% 3% 3% 2% 2% 2% 2% 2%
2% 2% 2% 1% 1%1%

March 12 June 7
Recent Test Results

# of tests Positive % Positive

Sunday 58,054 702 1.2%


Saturday 60,435 781 1.3%
Friday 77,895 1108 1.4%
Thursday 66,480 1075 1.6%
% of daily diagnostic tests with positive results
COVID-19 Testing (YESTERDAY)
% Positive
% Positive % Positive % Positive at
REGION Current Peak
2 weeks ago 4 weeks ago
June 7 (~9 weeks ago)

NYC 2% 4% 10% 59%

Mid-Hudson 1% 4% 9% 46%

Long Island 1% 3% 9% 55%

WNY 2% 4% 7% 30%
Capital
1% 3% 5% 17%
Region
% of daily diagnostic tests with positive results
Phased Reopening
Westchester/Rockland/
Hudson Valley expected to
enter Phase II tomorrow.

public health experts is


reviewing the data.
Phased Reopening

Long Island is on track to


enter Phase II on Wednesday.
Reopen NYC Phase I Guidelines

Construction and manufacturing


• Masks must be worn within 6 feet of
another worker
• Employer must provide masks
• No congregate meetings
Reopen NYC Phase I Guidelines: Retail
• Curbside pickup
• Employee and purchaser wear a mask. Gloves
preferred.
• Hand sanitizer available
• In-store pickup where curbside is not practical
• Pre-arranged orders only requires ordering ahead
• No browsing
• Social distancing required in-store
• Patrons and store employees must wear mask
• Hand sanitizer available
These state guidelines have
been proven to work in every
other region of New York

So we know it will work in


New York City.
As New York City enters Phase I,
we are launching a new
focused testing strategy.

We will perform 35,000 tests


per day in New York City to
closely monitor the reopening.
15 Testing Sites for Protesters
As a reminder,
participants in recent
protests are eligible for
testing at any testing site.
We are prioritizing
15 testing sites across
NYC for individuals
who have participated
in recent protests.
Focus on NYC
hotspot neighborhoods.
Most Impacted Communities in NYC

Percent
Location Neighborhood
Positive
Bronx Bathgate 51%
Bronx Bronx Park S. 50%
Bronx Jerome Park 50%
Brooklyn Flatbush 45%
Queens Queens Village 45%
Bronx Morrisania 43%
Brooklyn Brownsville 41%
Brooklyn Williamsburg 40%
Bronx Highbridge 38%
Bronx Pelham Gardens 38%
All of NYC 19.9%
14 New Testing Sites at Churches

In partnership with Northwell


Health and SOMOS, today we
are opening 14 new temporary
testing sites at churches in
impacted communities.
240+ TESTING
SITES IN NYC

GET TESTED,
PLEASE!

VISIT: coronavirus.health.ny.gov
Economic Relief

As we reopen, we recognize the hardship


continuing to face families and businesses.

Today we are authorizing local governments


to extend the deadline for filing property tax
abatements by 90 days.
Update on Elective Surgeries

And New York City is now


eligible for elective surgery and
ambulatory care.
As we reopen, the MTA is taking
unprecedented steps to keep
riders and workers safe.
MTA
The MTA is doing the impossible and
cleaning and disinfecting trains and buses daily
the largest and most innovative cleaning effort in its history.
SINCE MAY 6:
• 30,000 station cleanings & disinfections
• 500,000 subway car cleanings & disinfections
• Applied anti-microbial treatment to 12,000 subway cars
MTA

The MTA is also piloting the use of


proven UV light technology clean
subway cars and crew facilities.
MTA

We are deploying
over 1 million masks as well as
25,000 gallons and 500,000 2-oz bottles
of sanitizer to the MTA for reopening.
Reminder

Masks are mandatory when riding on


public transportation systems.
Stay six feet apart when possible.
Use hand sanitizer.
Observe decal guidance.
t

Today we are launching the

campaign on MTA buses


and trains and billboards
across the region to remind
New Yorkers to do their part.
Reduced ridership provided
an opportunity to
accelerate construction.
The MTA has been
accelerating $2 billion in capital projects.
Accelerating MTA Capital Projects

The MTA is launching the rehabilitation of the

four years ahead of the original schedule.

The project will leverage lessons from the


L Train Tunnel Rehabilitation to repair the tunnel, which
was damaged during Superstorm Sandy and serves
575,000 riders daily.
Accelerating MTA Capital Projects
We are also accelerating 11 ADA stations,
including adding 24 new elevators:

1. 57 St 7. Eastern Parkway
2. Bedford Park 8. 149 St Grand Concourse
3. Chambers St / White Plains Rd
4. Times Sq Shuttle 9. 149 St Grand Concourse
/ Jerome
5. 59 St / 4AV
10. Tremont Av
6. Astoria Blvd
11. Avenue H
Accelerating MTA Capital Projects

Rehabilitation of the 138th Street Grand


Concourse Station will be completed
1 month early Oct. 2020.
Accelerating MTA Capital Projects

• And we are accelerating repairs of steel and


concrete defects and leaks within the 2/3, 4/5
Eastern Parkway Line in Brooklyn.
• Work will increase up to 25 percent during the
overnight closure, shaving 10 months
off the project.
New Yorkers bent the curve by
being smart.

Our reopening must


continue to be smart.
Stay disciplined, Stay Smart
REOPENING: MAY 4

REOPENING: MAY 12

REOPENING: APRIL 30

REOPENING: MAY 15

Source: New York Times


NEW YORK TOUGH
SMART
UNITED
DISCIPLINED
LOVING
NYPD Chief of Transportation
William T. Morris