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Day 109

Day 24
NYS Police
Reform & Reinvention Collaborative
Reform local public safety function.
APRIL
1
288 Days
NYS Police Reform & Reinvention Collaborative
Blank Sheet of Paper
What is your 2020 vision for public safety?
• What is your use-of-force policy?
• What is staffing?

• Defund? What is budget?
• What is your transparent disciplinary process?
CHANGE STARTS WITH LEADERSHIP
Friday is Juneteenth
commemorating the emancipation of
slaves in the United States.
Today I will sign an Executive Order
recognizing Juneteenth as a
holiday for state employees.

I will advance legislation to make


it an official state holiday next year.
REOPENING
Follow the
Facts Data Metrics
Total Hospitalizations
18,279
18,654 18,825
18,569
18,707
18,697
18,335
17,735
1,479 Hospitalizations
Lowest since March 20
18,079
17,316
17,493
16,967
16,837
16,103
16,479
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 9,647 9,179
10,993 8,665
10,929 9,786 8,196
10,350 7,776
9,600 7,262
9,517 7,226
7,063
8,503 6,946
6,706
7,328 6,394
6,220 5,818
6,481 5,897 5,570
5,840 5,187
5,327 4,393
4,844
4,348 4,208
4,642
4,079 4,265 4,010 3,619
3,781
3,436 3,121
3,343 3,331
2,978 2,728 2,371
2,8492,603
2,344 2,042 1,657
2,629 2,427
2,043 2,190 1,898 1,608
1,734 1,538
1,042 1,406
326 617
496 1,479

March 16 June 16
Number of Lives Lost Lowest To Date
June 11: 42
June 12: 32
June 13: 23
June 14: 25
June 15: 25
June 16: 17
(15 in Hospitals, 2 in Nursing Homes)
Number of Lives Lost Lowest 3-Day Avg Since March 21

763 755
736 739

701
713 714 724
703 704 FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
651
628
37 32 27 24 22
608 605

554 543
525
506
485
471 470
451
423
391 384
374 364
339
329 331
297
279
260 231 224
235 226 216
198 174 173
195 188 152
149
149 143 134 107
117 109 101
105 108 99 96 93
78 81 74 72 63
69 59 56 54 53 46
58 48 43 41 40 43 45 44
36 45 37 32 27 24
16 21 22

March 20 June 16
Percent of Tests with Positive Results
PEAK:
50.4%
Tuesday:
59,341 tests
567 positive tests
APRIL 22:
24.1%
0.96% positive

MAY 20:
4.2%
TUESDAY
.96%

March 12 June 16
Percent of Tests with Positive Results
PEAK:
50.4%
Tuesday:
59,341 tests
567 positive tests
Lowest percent positive
APRIL 22:
24.1%
.96% positive
number since we started.
MAY 20:
4.2%
TUESDAY
.96%

March 12 June 16
One of the
lowest levels
in the nation.
We went from the WORST

to the BEST.
Facts are facts.

This federal government is


making a mistake.
Two Theories

REOPEN

Immediately Phased by data


Numbers
Other States Are Seeing Spikes

COVID-19
increasing in
20 states and
Puerto Rico.
Other States and Countries Are Seeing Spikes
States without
SMART reopenings
are going up.
They could
spread the virus
to New York.
They say

explains the
higher numbers.
Just not true.
Hospitalizations are also
increasing in other states.
Hospitalizations INCREASING as Testing Expands
SOURCE: COVID Tracking Project, 7-rolling avg.

Arizona Number of daily positive tests

1400 Current COVID+ hospitalizations


1300
1200
1100
1000
900
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100

03/04 03/15 03/30 04/15 04/30 05/15 05/30 06/15


Hospitalizations INCREASING as Testing Expands
SOURCE: COVID Tracking Project, 7-rolling avg.

Texas Number of daily positive tests

2200 Current COVID+ hospitalizations


2000

1800

1600

1400

1200

1000

800

600

400

200

03/04 03/15 03/30 04/15 04/30 05/15 05/30 06/15


Hospitalizations INCREASING as Testing Expands
SOURCE: COVID Tracking Project, 7-rolling avg.

Florida Number of daily positive tests


Current COVID+ hospitalizations
# of
Hospitalizations
1800 *Florida does not 200
1700 190
report concurrent 180
1600
1500 hospital population; 170
1400 data is from new daily 160
150
1300 hospital admissions 140
1200 130
1100 120
1000 110
900 100
800 90
700 80
600 70
60
500
50
400
40
300 30
200 20
100 10
0
03/04 03/15 03/30 04/15 04/30 05/15 05/30 06/15
Hospitalizations DECREASING as Testing Expands
SOURCE: COVID Tracking Project, 7-rolling avg.

New York Number of daily positive tests

19000 Current COVID+ hospitalizations


18000
17000
16000
15000
14000
13000
12000
11000
10000
9000
8000
7000
6000
5000
4000
3000
2000
1000

03/04 03/15 03/30 04/15 04/30 05/15 05/30 06/15


IHME Projected Total COVID Deaths by Aug.
147,040 149,690
89,382 more 134,475 137,184
deaths

67,641 74,073 72,433


60,308

APRIL 17 APRIL 22 APRIL 27 APRIL 29 MAY 4 MAY 10 MAY 12 JUNE 15


economy because when the
virus goes up,
financial markets go down.
New York SMART
Phased Reopening

Westchester/Rockland/
Hudson Valley is currently on track
to enter Phase III
Tuesday, June 23.
Phased Reopening

Long Island is currently on track to


enter Phase III
Wednesday, June 24.
Phased Reopening

?
? NYC ?
?
Phased Reopening

This Sunday, NYC will have been in


Phase I for 14 days.
5 Day Results NYC
FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY

Bronx 1.8% 1.4% 1.7% 1.4% 1.3%


Brooklyn 1.8% 1.6% 1.3% 1.2% 1.3%
Manhattan 1.2% 0.8% 0.9% 0.8% 0.5%
Queens 2.0% 1.4% 1.5% 1.6% 1.6%
Staten
Island 1.1% 2.9% 1.5% 0.4% 0.4%
Total 1.7% 1.4% 1.3% 1.2% 1.2%
Update on NYC: Positive Cases
Positive COVID tests have dropped from 57% a day on April 1,
to 2% on June 8, to 1.4% today.

REOPENING:
JUNE 8
Update on NYC: Hospitalizations
Hospitalizations
have declined for Total COVID-19
weeks from a peak Patients Hospitalized

of 12,000 to 1,280 Total COVID-19


Patients in ICU

on June 8 to
761 today.

REOPENING:
JUNE 8
New York City is on track to
enter Phase II on Monday.
We All Have a Role To Play

Employer responsibility
Storeowner responsibility
Employee responsibility
Individual responsibility
Local government responsibility
Healthcare Whistleblower Protections

Today I am signing legislation to protect


the rights of healthcare workers to speak out
about improper patient care or workplace safety.
New York has climbed
the mountain.

We have made it
to the other side.
But we managed it!
There are many challenges ahead
we must now confront.
-on.
Once again, New York State will
lead the way forward, together.
NEW YORK TOUGH
SMART
UNITED
DISCIPLINED
LOVING