New York COVID-19 Related Hospitalizations on the Rise For Past 3 Weeks Due to Cluster Hot Spots
New York State COVID-19 related hospitalizations have been on the rise since the third week of September.
The chart below illustrates the trajectory that’s been in place for the past three weeks.
At the end of September we last wrote about the rise in COVID-19 related hospitalizations. Since then, they’ve continued to rise.
In parts of New York State as well as within New York City there has been COVID-19 clusters which according to Governor Cuomo are surely behind the numbers being witnessed.
Recently, speaking to the Hasidic Communities, the Governor had the following to say:
“This is not academic. The number of hospitalizations are coming from those communities. We know what happens. People get the virus, people get sick, people go into the hospital, people die. That is the trajectory. Not as many people as died originally. We know have more information about the virus, the doctors are in a better position to treat the virus, there are different therapeutics, there are different experimental drugs … ”