Here’s Brendan’s weekly update on how NYC is doing. As you’ll see from his post, while the number of deaths continue to decrease, there’s a worrisome syndrome effecting children, that we all should be paying attention to.
I have now been updating readers on how I’m doing, and how my city is doing, with this coronavirus for about two months now! That time has flown by.
Everyone in my immediate family continues to remain both physically and financially healthy. As for mental health, let’s just say that there is a reason that I often try to limit my news intake, even though I value the importance of knowing what’s going on in my city, state, country, and world.
As for how New York is doing, it’s…complicated.
Deaths continue to go down. It’s still horrifyingly high, but when you consider that the number of deaths per day was in the 700-800 range a few weeks ago, it’s a massive improvement that we now have some days when we have fewer than 200 COVID-19 deaths. Many of the other major indicators, such as hospitalizations and intensive care unit admissions…
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