New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo suggested Monday the state may have flattened the curve of the coronavirus outbreak, but cautioned that it is too soon to tell.
Deaths related to COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, have stayed flat for two days, he said, while the total number of new hospitalizations and intensive care unit admissions are down.
“Those are all good signs and again would suggest a possible flattening of the curve,” he said during his daily press conference.
Cuomo added the state could be “very near” the apex, or peak, of the outbreak, but it would take a few more days to know for sure.
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