New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo said Saturday that China has donated 1,000 fans to help his state fight the worsening coronavirus pandemic
The Chinese government has donated 1,000 fans to New York State to help authorities fight the worsening coronavirus pandemic. New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo revealed the gift on Saturday and said respiratory equipment would arrive in the city later today.
He said at a press conference, "China has given us ... a donation of 1,000 fans that will arrive at JFK (international airport) today. This is a big problem - it will make a big difference for us. Cuomo said the state of Oregon's west coast had also donated 140 fans, with New York ready to hit its coronavirus "apex" - when it will see the most daily diagnoses and deaths The governor said Saturday that New York could reach its peak in the next seven days, but had previously warned that the Empire State could face another four weeks of exponential increases before the pandemic peaks.
Cuomo shared the news of the donation after announcing 10,814 new Covid-19 diagnoses overnight, and 630 new deaths across the state. According to him, 15,505 people are currently hospitalized with Covid-19, including 4,126 patients in intensive care. He added that 10,478 hospitalized people were released and said about two-thirds of those hospitalized were recovering thereafter. New York is updating the state's coronavirus, with diagnoses up from 6,147 to 63,606 overnight. A total of 2,624 people were killed by a coronavirus in the five districts of the Big Apple. A total of 113,704 people across the state tested Covid-19 positive. The number of people hospitalized increased by 1,095.
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