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Day 101

Day 16
George Floyd
COVID-19
murder
George Floyd
COVID-19
murder
Civic Unrest
George Floyd
Talk is fine. Discussion is fine.
But we must respond. We must act.
Rep. John Lewis
lead the way once again.
New York State will pass
most aggressive reforms:

• Transparency of disciplinary records 50-a


• Ban chokeholds
• Attorney General as special prosecutor
• False race-based 911 report prohibited
I applaud the New York State Legislature for beginning to
pass these nation-leading reforms yesterday.

Senate Majority Leader Assembly Speaker


Andrea Stewart-Cousins Carl Heastie

I will sign these into law this week.


A great step forward...
My opinion

Going forward
This is a moment not just for
political protests
but for real reform.
Justice Agenda

• Education equity
• Child poverty
• Affordable housing
• Criminal justice reform
Local Electeds/Police
• This is a real issue and it is not going away
• Separate the political hype and partisan rhetoric from
truth and facts.
• There is or political pandering
• Time for new, smart policy and a new model of
policing
• Time to policing for 2020
• There must be a relationship of trust between the
police and the community it serves
?
? REOPENING ?
?
Phased Reopening

Westchester/Rockland/
Hudson Valley entered
Phase II today
as the number of new cases
continues to decline.
Hudson Valley Progress: Hospitalizations
PEAK APRIL 11
1,888 APRIL 28
1,415

MAY 12
808
PHASE 1 - MAY 26
509
MONDAY
274

March 15 June 8
Hudson Valley Progress: Hospital Deaths
PEAK APRIL 13
75

APRIL 28
40

MAY 12
15 PHASE 1 - MAY 26
7 JUNE 8
0

March 14 June 8
Hudson Valley Progress: % Tests Positive
PEAK MARCH 29
46%

APRIL 28
19%

MAY 12
8%
PHASE 1 - MAY 26
3% MONDAY
1%

March 12 June 8
Hudson Valley Progress: Positive Tests
PEAK APRIL 9 (3-DAY ROLLING AVG)
1,996

APRIL 28
672
MAY 12
240
PHASE 1 - MAY 26
162 MONDAY
73

March 12 June 8
As we continue to reopen,
Metro-North is taking
unprecedented steps to keep
riders and workers safe.
Metro-North

We are deploying
500,000 cloth masks as well as
10,000 gallons and 100,000 2-oz bottles
of sanitizer to the MTA.
Reminder

Masks are mandatory when riding on


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

Long Island is expected to


enter Phase II tomorrow.

public health experts is


reviewing the data.
Long Island Progress: Hospitalizations
PEAK APRIL 10
4,108
APRIL 28
2,262

MAY 12
1,287
PHASE I MAY 26
690
MONDAY
299

March 15 June 8
Long Island Progress: Hospital Deaths
PEAK APRIL 5
113

APRIL 28
46

MAY 12
26
PHASE I MAY 26
JUNE 8
7 1

March 14 June 8
Long Island Progress: New Tests Confirmed Positives
PEAK APRIL 8
(3-DAY ROLLING AVG)
3,026

APRIL 28
730

MAY 12
346 PHASE I MAY 26 MONDAY
164 92

March 12 June 8
Long Island Progress: Percent Confirmed Positives
PEAK MARCH 31
55% APRIL 14
43%

APRIL 28
19%

MAY 12
7% PHASE I MAY 26 MONDAY
2% 1%

March 12 June 8
LIRR

Long Island Rail Road


has made great progress getting ready.
Phased Reopening

And New York City


entered Phase I yesterday.
Daily Test Results NYC

# of tests Positive % Positive

Bronx 3,214 75 2.3%


Brooklyn 5,499 107 1.9%
Manhattan 3,953 41 1.0%
Queens 5,277 97 1.8%
Staten Island 896 20 2.2%
New York City Progress: Hospital Deaths
PEAK APRIL 7
515

APRIL 21
280

MAY 5
127
MAY 19
JUNE 2
44 PHASE 1
21 MONDAY
3

March 15 June 8
New York City Progress: Positive Tests
PEAK APRIL 16 (3-DAY ROLLING AVG)
5,629

APRIL 30
2,451
MAY 14
1,411 MAY 28
899 PHASE 1 MONDAY
394

March 12 June 8
New York City Hot Spots

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%
New York State Testing Network

800+
TESTING SITES
GET TESTED, PLEASE!

VISIT: coronavirus.health.ny.gov
11 New Testing Sites in Most Impacted Zip Codes

Thank you to Sean Penn,


CORE Co-Founder & Chairperson of the Board,
for helping establish these new sites.
Every region of the state
is now reopening.
New analysis:
Focus on
day-to-day
viral spread.
New Analysis

Alert to
day-to-day
testing numbers.
Time for a
new dashboard.

New citizen focus.


Last time:
Last Time
14-day decline 30 per 1k
14-day decline in
in hospital New residents
hospitalizations Share of ICU At least 30
deaths hospitalizations Share of total beds tested
OR beds available contact tracers
OR (Under 2 per 100K available monthly Metrics Met
Under 15 new (threshold of per 100K
Fewer than 5 residents— (threshold of 30%) (7-day average
hospitalizations 30%) residents
deaths 3 day rolling avg) of new tests
(3-day avg)
(3-day avg) per day)
Capital Region Y Y 0.15 37% 41% Y Y 7/7
Central New York Y Y 0.64 43% 50% Y Y 7/7
Finger Lakes Y Y 0.75 38% 51% Y Y 7/7
Long Island Y Y 0.70 33% 43% Y Y 7/7
Mid-Hudson Y Y 0.82 37% 62% Y Y 7/7
Mohawk Valley Y Y 0.48 49% 55% Y Y 7/7
New York City Y Y 1.03 31% 34% Y Y 7/7
North Country Y Y 0.16 52% 71% Y Y 7/7
Southern Tier Y Y 0.32 51% 54% Y Y 7/7
Western New York y Y 0.41 42% 57% Y Y 7/7
This time:
Daily Test Results By Region
# of tests Positive % Positive

Capital Region 1889 18 1%


Central New York 1703 24 1%
Finger Lakes 4467 46 1%
Long Island 7257 82 1%
Mid-Hudson 5881 73 1%
Mohawk Valley 1664 17 1%
New York City 18789 340 2%
North Country 521 2 0%
Southern Tier 2607 6 0%
Western New York 5195 75 1%
Daily Test Results By County

# of tests Positive % Positive

Westchester 2577 35 1.4%


Rockland 847 13 1.5%
Orange 957 10 1.0%
Dutchess 717 10 1.4%
Putnam 228 1 0.4%
Sullivan 152 1 0.7%
Ulster 403 3 0.7%
Stay SMART.
Stay Disciplined, Stay Smart

STAY AT HOME ORDER: APRIL 2


REOPENING: MAY 4

Source: New York Times


We pray for the family
of George Floyd today.
NEW YORK TOUGH
SMART
UNITED
DISCIPLINED
LOVING