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Total Hospitalizations

18,654 18,825
18,569
18,707 18,697
18,279 18,335
18,079 17,735
17,493 17,316
16,837 16,967
16,479 16,103
16,213 16,044
15,905
15,599
14,810 15,021
14,258
13,383 13,524
12,819
12,839 12,646
12,226 12,159
11,598
10,993
10,929
10,350
9,786
9,517 9,647 9,600
9,179
8,503 8,665
8,196 7,776
7,262
7,328 7,226 7,063
6,946
6,481

5,327

4,079
3,343
2,629
2,043
1,406
1,042
617
326 496

March 16 May 12
Net Change in Total Hospitalizations

1,412 1,427
1,297
1,248
1,154 1,175 1,157
1,095
1,014

847
714 736
637 656
586 574 586

425
364 358
290
170 200
121
91 85 53 118

-20 -47 -36


-59
-128 -110 -139 -117
-173 -163

-362 -349
-419 -445 -421 -420
-487 -514 -469 -514
-578 -561 -564
-600 -605
-643
-685
-754 -763 -734

March 16 May 12
Net Change in Intubations
351

313 316
303
290 295 291

260

222
200
192

165

132
124 121
116 110
109
93 94 88
69 69

43
27

-7
-14 -16
-26 -21
-32
-40 -41
-48 -53 -56 -56
-65
-73 -78
-92 -92
-108 -102 -102 -108 -108
-112 -118 -115 -110
-127 -124 -124 -130 -130
-139

March 17 May 12
New COVID Hospitalizations Per Day
Gross new COVID hospitalizations (3-day rolling average)
3,181 3,169
3,042
2,945
2,825
2,772
2,736 2,722 2,689
2,563
2,487
2,411 2,389

2,210
2,119 2,156
2,016 2,039 2,045
1,925 1,949
1,833
1,776
1,616
1,564
1,408 1,404
1,389 1,367
1,265 1,224
1,119
1,076
973 970 933 954
924
837 831
789
717
656 694 659
601 607 604 572
489 521 488
401 416

March 20 May 12
Number of Lives Lost
May 7: 216
May 8: 226
May 9: 207
May 10: 161
May 11: 195
May 12: 166
(122 in Hospitals, 44 in Nursing Homes)
Number of Lives Lost
3-day rolling average
763 755
736 739
724
713 703 714 704
701

651
628
608 617 605

554 558
543
525
506
485
471 470
451
423
391 384 384
374 364
339 331
329
297
279
260
235 229 231 226 224
216
195 198 188
174
149

105
78

March 27 May 12
58
36 45
16 21

March 20 May 12
Essential Workers
We
Essential Workers Antibody Test Results
Percent NYC General
Occupation
Positive Population

Downstate
14.2%
Transit Workers
Downstate
Healthcare 12.2%
Workers 19.9%
NYPD 10.5%

FDNY/EMT 17.1%
Antibody Testing

:
We also sampled 2,750 members of
the New York State Police.
NYSP Antibody Study: Preliminary Estimates

Total Percent General


Surveyed Positive Population

2,750 3.1% 12.3%


Antibody Testing

We a
largest effort to test for antibodies:
Sampled over 3,000 members of the
New York State Department of Corrections
and Community Supervision.
NYDOCCS Antibody Study: Preliminary Estimates

Total Percent General


Surveyed Positive Population

~3,000 7.5% 12.3%


Essential Workers Antibody Test Results
Percent
Occupation
Positive

Downstate
14.2%
Transit Workers
Downstate
Healthcare 12.2% 19.9% NYC
Workers General
Population
NYPD 10.5%

FDNY/EMT 17.1%

DOCCS 7.5% 12.3% NYS


General
State Police 3.1% Population
Update on Elective Surgeries
In addition, 12 more counties Eligible
have become eligible to
restart elective surgeries:
• Albany • Montgomery

• Cayuga • Orange

• Chemung • Otsego

• Columbia • Rensselaer

• Clinton • Schenectady

• Cortland • Warren
?
? Reopening ?
?
Where Do Regions Currently Stand?
North Country

14-day decline
14-day decline in 30 per 1k
in hospital New Contact tracers
hospitalizations Share of ICU residents tested
deaths hospitalizations Share of total beds 30 per 100K
OR beds available monthly
Region Under 15 new
OR (Under 2 per 100K available
(threshold of (7-day average
residents or Metrics Met
Fewer than 5 residents— (threshold of 30%) based on
hospitalizations 30%) of new tests per
deaths 3 day rolling avg) infection rate
(3-day avg) day)
(3-day avg)

North Country 19/3 7/1 0.16 52% 68% 454/419 Yes 7/7
Heed the Warnings
?
? Too Soon ?
?
Calibrate/Control

DIAGNOSTIC INFECTION
ANTIBODY HOSPITALIZATION
TESTING RATE RATE
TESTING RATE VS. CAPACITY
(TRACING) (Rt)

Managing/monitoring/compliance by
regional control group
With this virus we must
stay alert because we are
still learning.
COVID-Related Illness in Children
• Children have been significantly less affected by
COVID-19.

• Only 1 percent of New Yorkers who were hospitalized


were under 20 years old.
COVID-Related Illness in Children

• However, DOH is investigating 102 cases of what may be


a rare COVID-related illness in children with symptoms
similar to atypical Kawasaki disease or toxic shock-like
syndrome.
• The illness has tragically taken the lives of three young
New Yorkers a 5-year-old boy, a 7-year-old boy, and an
18-year-old girl.
COVID-Related Illness in Children

• 60% of the children with these symptoms


tested positive for COVID-19 and 40% tested positive for
the antibodies (14% positive for both)
• Children may have been exposed to virus weeks before
• 71% of cases resulted in ICU admission
• 19% of cases resulted in intubation
• 43% of cases remain hospitalized
COVID-Related Illness in Children Age of Cases
Age Percent of Cases

<1 5%

1-4 18%

5-9 29%

10-14 28%

15-19 16%

20-21 4%
COVID-Related Illness in Children Race of Cases
Race Percent

Asian 3%
Black/African
22%
American
Hispanic/Latino 19%

Other 19%

Unknown 11%

White 25%
New York Leading National Effort
• On Monday, DOH sent an alert to 49 other state health
departments and Dr. Zucker did a nationwide call with all other

leading national effort on this new syndrome.


• 14 other states (California, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia,
Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New
Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Utah, Washington), Washington,
D.C., and five European countries (Spain, France, England,
Italy, Switzerland) have reported cases as well.
New York Leading National Effort
• DOH is hosting a statewide webinar tomorrow for all
healthcare providers to discuss symptoms, testing and
care.
• DOH is also partnering with the NY Genome Center
and Rockefeller University to conduct a genome and
RNA sequencing study to better understand COVID-
related illnesses in children and the possible genetic
basis of this syndrome.
COVID-Related Illness in Children
While we believe this illness to be rare, seek care immediately if your child has:
Predominant Symptoms:
• Prolonged fever (more than 5 days)
• Severe abdominal pain, diarrhea, or vomiting
• Bloodshot eyes
• Skin rash
Other Symptoms:
• Change in skin color - becoming pale, patchy, and/or blue
• Difficulty feeding (infants) or is too sick to drink fluids
• Trouble breathing or is breathing very quickly
• Racing heart or chest pain
• Lethargy, irritability, or confusion
COVID-Related Illness in Children

Parents who have been exposed to COVID-19 or have reason to


believe their children have been exposed to COVID-19 should
take heightened precautions and seek medical attention should
symptoms arise.

Hospitals have been directed by DOH to prioritize COVID-19


testing for children presenting these symptoms.
For More Information

WWW.HEALTH.NY.GOV
Washington Must Act Smart

State and local aid New York Needs:

$61 BILLION
for police, firefighters, schools
Washington Must Act Smart

Fund:
• State testing & tracing
• Public infrastructure as economic
stimulus
Washington Must Act Smart
SALT Repeal:

Rep. Nita Lowey (NY) Rep. Richard Neal (MA)

SALT Cost to NY: $29B SALT Cost to MA: $11.8B


This is not a red vs. blue issue.
Democratic and Republican states are leading
the reopening and need federal assistance.

Gov. Hogan & I issued a joint


statement.
Washington Must Act Smart

No corporate
giveaways for layoffs.
Learn From the Past
As Attorney General, I saw
New York Congressional Delegation members will
propose the Americans First Law
to stop corporate bailout boondoggles.

Rep. Nydia Rep. Carolyn Rep. Hakeem


Rep. Thomas Suozzi Jeffries Rep. Greg Meeks Rep. Grace Meng
Velazquez Maloney

Rep. Adriano
Rep. Jose Serrano Rep. Paul Tonko Rep. Yvette Clarke Rep. Joe Morelle Rep. Eliot Engel
Espaillat
NEW YORK TOUGH
SMART
UNITED
DISCIPLINED
LOVING
Relief Shortchanged Hardest Hit States
Alaska $3,396,739
Wyoming $2,133,106
Hawaii $2,016,129
Kentucky $337,697
Connecticut $47,204 Federal COVID-19 Funding
New Jersey $27,174 per Positive Case
New York $23,840
AP analysis as of May 4

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