NYC Marks First Day Since March with No Coronavirus Related Deaths

NYC Marks First Day Since March with No Coronavirus Related Deaths

According to preliminary numbers, released Sunday, New York City has reached its first day in nearly four months without a single coronavirus death.

March 11, the city lost its first resident to the virus. 

On Saturday, July 11, no COVID-19 related deaths were reported in NYC for the first time since March 13.

However, many people are worried that the worst has yet to come. In a survey done by Siena College, 82 percent of responders say it is likely New York will face another outbreak in the fall.

The poll also found that 70 percent of people prefer COVID-19 safety precautions over reopening the economy.

As of now, New York has not fully reopened and is moving very slowly towards doing so.

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