Data Shows 66% Of New NY Cases Were Staying Home

by AmericasKeepersAdmin on May 07, 2020

A surprising new statistic in New York shows that 66 percent of recently hospitalized coronavirus were individuals who had adhered to the state’s stay at home order.

On Wednesday Governor Cuomo announced at a press conference that a recent survey of 113 hospitals in New York revealed that 66 percent of the people hospitalized for the coronavirus had been individuals who are retired or unemployed and therefore staying at home.

“This is a surprise: Overwhelmingly, the people were at home. We thought maybe they were taking public transportation, and we’ve taken special precautions on public transportation, but actually no, because these people were literally at home.”
– Governor Cuomo

According to the survey 46 percent of new cases reported were individuals who are unemployed and an additional 37 percent of cases were from retired individuals. The survey also showed that 73 percent of the hospitalized patients were people over the age of 51.

“It reinforces what we’ve been saying, which is: Much of this comes down to what you can do to protect yourself. Everything is closed down, government has done everything it could, society has done everything it could, now it’s up to you.”
– Governor Cuomo

Governor Cuomo also stated that the hospitalization rate for New York is on a downward trend. Cuomo’s stay at home order is set to expire on May 15 and he is exploring whether or not the state can start the first phase of reopening.

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