New York Declares State Of Emergency Over 76 Coronavirus Cases

Andrew Cuomo, the governor of New York has declared a state of emergency on Saturday after the number of coronavirus patients in New York rose to 76.

During a news conference in Albany, Cuomo said twenty more people have tested positive for coronavirus in New York, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the state to 76.

He also disclosed that there are 11 confirmed cases in New York City, 57 in Westchester County, two in Rockland County, four in Nassau County, and two in Saratoga County including a man who is apparently an Uber driver who tested positive, resulting in more than 40 doctors and others at the hospital treating him to go into self-quarantine.

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“You know what’s worse than the virus? The anxiety,” Mr. Cuomo said, noting that most patients would suffer mildly or no symptoms.

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