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Single-Day COVID-19 Deaths In
New York Drop Below 100, Long
Island On Track To Reopen Wednesday

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Posted By: NorthernDog, 5/23/2020 7:42:04 PM

NEW YORK – For the first time during the coronavirus outbreak since March, New York State saw less than 100 death in a 24-hour period linked to coronavirus-related illness, and other numbers suggest Long Island could be ready to start reopening by Wednesday. Gov. Andrew Cuomo shared in his Saturday COVID-19 update that 84 new deaths were reported since Thursday, with 62 in hospitals and 22 in nursing homes. “It has been good news, but every day is a new day, and it’s good to see it continuing. The number of hospitalizations are down, the change in hospitalizations is down

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Death toll is dropping steadily. QuoMo now seems anxious to get everything up and running.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Illinois Mom 5/23/2020 7:55:24 PM (No. 420098)
That's great for New Yorker's. In Chicago, Mayor Lori, "the haircut," Lightfoot just announced that Lake Michigan will remain closed for the Summer. I wonder if Wisconsin, Indiana and Michigan knows about that? How many more businesses will she ruin while attempting to extort money from the federal Government? That lake cooled a lot of hot heads in the scorching heat of summers past. At least the Funeral directors won't want for business.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: LeeBertie 5/23/2020 8:05:18 PM (No. 420101)
Meanwhile in Virginia, Governor Blackface Post-Birth Abortion Doctor is expected to declare facemasks to be mandatory in public. He doesn't want other Dim governors to think he's off the reservation. https://www.pilotonline.com/government/virginia/vp-nw-coronavirus-northam-update-0522-20200522-7cxq6banhzbmbfauhlkr2wdce4-story.html “Be ready on Tuesday to go out and about in your business when it’s essential with FACIAL PROTECTION,” Gov. Ralph Northam said at a news conference in Richmond. “Make plans for you and your other family members to have FACIAL PROTECTION.” (No, he isn't telling Virginians they must wear a hockey goalie's mask to protect their faces.)
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Reply 3 - Posted by: MMC 5/23/2020 8:14:31 PM (No. 420104)
Reckless Endangerment Gov Witchmer is placing covid patients in long term care facility.. Extending stay at home into June.. Moving goal posts.. Time for Legislators to say Enough!! Open Michigan!!
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Italiano 5/23/2020 8:41:23 PM (No. 420117)
75% of which were likely not Covid-19 deaths.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: GoodDeal 5/23/2020 9:55:16 PM (No. 420144)
Cuomoron must have stopped sending infected patients to nursing homes.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Quigley 5/23/2020 10:37:24 PM (No. 420160)
The cummo brothers. And mario too. The dienasty of elites.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: DVC 5/23/2020 11:28:22 PM (No. 420184)
100 dead PER DAY. In Kansas we have had 200 total dead in two months. Ant colony/bee hive living is dangerous as hell.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: ColonialAmerican1623 5/23/2020 11:46:29 PM (No. 420194)
That's nothing to be proud of.
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