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Coronavirus in New York: Latest Updates

As of Friday night, there have been at least 102,870 confirmed cases of the coronavirus discovered in New York, including more than 57,159 in New York City. At least 2,935 people with COVID-19 have died in the state, which has the largest number — around 38 percent — of confirmed cases in the U.S.

Nationwide, more than 272,000 cases of COVID-19 have been New York City News confirmed across all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and three U.S. territories. At least 7,000 people have died from the virus in the country, where 12 states have confirmed more than 5,000 cases. COVID-19 has killed more than 56,700 worldwide.


As more widespread testing is done, the full scope and scale of the New York (and national) outbreak become clearer, including how much the virus continues to spread. Below is what we know about the reported cases and consequences in New York thus far.

As of Friday night, health officials have confirmed at least:

102,870 total cases in New York State
2,935 deaths from the coronavirus in the state
57,160 cases in New York City, including 1,562 deaths
14,810 people with COVID-19 are currently hospitalized in the state
29,895 cases in New Jersey, with 647 deaths
4,914 cases in Connecticut, with 131 deaths

The above counts are of laboratory-tested and confirmed cases Press Release Distribution Services In New York City of COVID-19 and should not be mistaken for the actual number of people who have or have had the coronavirus in the region. Similarly, updates to the totals are not necessarily new infections — they are newly discovered infections.

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