New York State Governor Como said that New York State’s home-wide house order will expire on the 15th of this month, but if all regions want to resume production, they must meet 7 indicators, of which 3 regions are expected to restart on Friday .
The seven indicators proposed by Como at a press conference in Monroe County, New York include: the total number of hospitalizations has declined for 14 consecutive days, or the three-day average of new hospitalizations is less than 15; Or the 3-day average of the newly added deaths is less than 5; the number of new hospitalizations per 100,000 residents must be less than 2 (take the 3-day rolling average); the number of available beds is not less than 30% of the total; available critical illness The number of intensive care beds is not less than 30% of the total; the amount of detection is calculated based on the 7-day average of the number of newly added persons per day, and the monthly amount of detection is not less than 30 out of every 1,000 residents; there are 30 investigators for every 1,000 residents , Or the number of investigators matches the current virus infection rate.
Como said that based on these seven indicators, there are currently three areas in New York State that can be restarted, including Finger Lakes, Mohawk Valley, and Southern Tier in New York, all located in New York. Shangzhou. In New York City, only four indicators met the standard, and the number of new hospitalizations, available beds, and available ICUs did not meet the standard.
New York City Mayor Bai Sihao said at a press conference that non-critical industries in New York City are unlikely to resume work before June. Whether according to New York State or New York City’s own statistics, New York City is currently not ready. He stated that it was necessary to ensure that the current trend of mitigation of the epidemic in New York City could continue and accelerate further to prevent the epidemic from returning. The city government will evaluate the epidemic again at the end of May and early June.
New York State added 161 new deaths in a single day, the least since March 26, and the first time it fell to less than 200 people.