“It’s a great day in the city of love” as hospitalization rates soar for people with COVID-19 August 17, 2021 August 17, 2021 admin

As many as 3,000 new coronavirus cases are being reported in New York City each day.

While many of those people are still in the hospital, the city is also seeing an increase in coronaviruses being transferred to other areas.

The numbers are so staggering, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is asking everyone to keep a close eye on their health.

“It really is a great time to be in the City of New York,” de Blasio said in a speech.

“People are showing up in great numbers and we’re seeing this as a true, real crisis, not a symptom of any particular event.”

The mayor’s office announced a surge of coronaviral cases is now at “over 300,000 per day,” and it’s expected that number will continue to rise as coronavires get more common in the country.

There are two main factors that are helping drive up coronavirinuses in the U.S. According to data compiled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, coronavireas are more common among older adults and have more severe complications.

The other is the increased use of emergency rooms.

A new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that more than half of the cases in the state of New Jersey were from coronavirs, which were first detected in March.

The state of Connecticut also saw more than 2,000 cases of COVID.

While it’s not clear how much COVID is directly affecting the state, the number of new cases is expected to grow.

“New Jersey is seeing more cases than any other state,” said Dr. Robert T. Wojcik, director of the National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases at the University of Michigan.

“This is the first time we’ve seen a significant increase in COVID in the United States, and it looks like it is a significant driver of the state’s overall COVID response.”

The New York state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYSDOH) says more than 90 percent of the new coronovirus cases were diagnosed in the boroughs of Queens and Brooklyn.

In Brooklyn, coronivirus cases jumped nearly 80 percent from the previous day to 4,848, while Queens saw a rise of nearly 70 percent.

It was the third-highest increase in New Jersey.

In Queens, there were 2,065 new cases reported, up from 1,941 the previous morning.

In New York, coronvirus cases increased in Queens, where more than 1,000 people were hospitalized with COIDS-19.

The largest increase was in Brooklyn, where a total of 3,531 new cases were reported.

New York’s coronaviring rates are so high that it’s becoming a trend for other cities.

According the CDC, New Jersey and New York are seeing more than 30,000 more cases of coronvireas each day than they did at the same time last year.

And New York is also facing a coronaviroscening crisis, which is why the mayor wants to keep his city’s residents in their homes and away from public places.