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New York City’s COVID-19 alert level has been upgraded to “moderate,” the second-lowest of four.
According to the national health department, citing data as of April 29, there were 209.02 new cases per 100,000 people in the city in the past seven days.
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The percentage of beds occupied by COVID-19 patients is 2.89% And it’s rising, with new hospital admissions rising to 6.7 per 100,000 last week.
Manhattan and Staten IslandThe highest transmission rate per 100,000 people.
New York Governor Kathy Hocher tweet As of Monday, the state had 26.13 daily cases of the virus per 100,000 people and an average of 27.11 cases per 100,000 people over the past seven days.
she noticed 5,107 Daily new cases, 1,920 hospitalizations and 15 new deaths.
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data Data from the Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center showed a daily increase of 8,136 cases and 17 new deaths on Tuesday.
Ministry of Health programme Most of the cases in New York were omicron sub-variants, including BA.2, BA.2.12, BA.2.12.1, and BA.1.1.
fox 5 While the city advised people to avoid crowded indoor gatherings and wear masks in indoor public spaces, New York City Mayor Eric Adams said he was not ready to reinstate the mandate for indoor masks, the city said on Monday.
“In effect, this means for New Yorkers that they need to be more cautious than they have been in recent weeks. If you are reportedly at higher risk for serious illness due to your age, underlying health conditions, or lack of vaccinations, consider taking additional Preventive measures such as avoiding crowded indoor gatherings,” Health Commissioner Dr Ashwin Vasan said in a statement.
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