No new COVID-19 deaths in New York City for first time since March

No new COVID-19 deaths in New York City for first time since March 1

 

For the first time since the pandemic began, New York City officials have reported zero new COVID-19-related deaths in the span of 24 hours.

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13 Comments on "No new COVID-19 deaths in New York City for first time since March"

  1. Now if Florida, Arizona and Texas will only start taking the measures to control the virus like New York did rather than insisting on keeping everything open and ignoring safety recommendations.

    • I mean seriously how ignorant can you get?

    • What do you mean measures taken by New York? The NY governor sent patients to caring homes that resulted in a large number of deaths in those facilities. At the earlier stage, New York and New Jersey contributed to over half of case number and deaths in the states. They have low death numbers recently because a lot in the vulnerable were already gone.

  2. nobody died from the chinese flu, but how many died from the african flu? lots

  3. must have run out of seniors in nursing homes

  4. COVID deaths might be down, but crime and homicides are up in NYC

  5. AGE of ANOMALY | July 14, 2020 at 2:03 PM | Reply

    😂 wow. No flu deaths after flu season ends. Shocker.

  6. F it! I’m going to eat lunch

  7. That’s what happens when the military takes over the hospitals. Much like Ontario and Quebec

  8. I hope that New York stays like that with zero deaths. I have not have any deaths from COVID-19 where I live in Ottawa, Canada for over two weeks. There 263 deaths from COViD-19 where I live. Most of the deaths where I live were in the senior residences.

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