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Author Topic: Coronavirus: New York state daily death toll drop below 100  (Read 1 times)

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New York เว็บบาคาร่าออนไลน์ state's daily death toll has dropped below 100
for the first time since late March.A total of 84 people
died in the last 24 hours, Governor Andrew Cuomo said on
Saturday, compared with 109 a day before.During the height
of the outbreak in April, more than 1,000 people a day were

losing their lives in worst-hit US state."In my head, I was
always looking to บาคาร่าขั้นต่ำ20
 get under 100," Mr Cuomo said."It doesn't
do good for any of those 84 families that are feeling the pain
he said at his daily briefing, but added that the drop was a
sign of "real progress".Mr Cuomo announced on Friday that

groups of up to 10 people could gather "for any lawful
purpose" anywhere in the state, including New York City.
But, he added: "If you don't have to be with a group of
10 people don't be with สล็อตฟรีเครดิต2020 a group of 10 people."New York
state was once the epicentre of the US coronavirus outbreak
with more than 28,000 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins

University.The US has the biggest death toll from Covid-19
at 96,000. The UK is second with more than เว็บดูผลบอลสด 36,000.By last
Tuesday, the death toll from coronavirus in New York City
had passed that of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center.
The figure was reached only three weeks after the first

coronavirus death in the city.The outbreak has placed
New York at the centre of the global pandemic and put
an unprecedented strain on the city's emergency workers
and frontline staff.Over the course of Tuesday, six of
those people - two doctors, an undertaker, two senior
care home staff and a food delivery worker - kept diaries
of their day and shared them with the BBC.

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