This Saturday, the acting Governor of the state of new York Andrew Cuomo, declared a state of emergency in new York because the number is infected with a virus COVID-19 has risen to 76 people, 11 of them in the heart of new York, and the latter was the driver of a taxi service.
According to Andrew Cuomo, an emergency will help the state to expedite the procurement of medical materials, and hiring additional medical force.
“Someone has to knock on the door once a day,” he said during a midday briefing in the Capitol of the state, adding: “This is a time-consuming process.”
The epicenter in new York is to the North of the city in Westchester County, where there were identified 57 cases. All these cases are associated with the cluster in Westchester.
In the city of new Rochelle, was recorded the first case of coronavirus, a local attorney who provided services in the city of new York.
As for the case of the driver of a yellow taxi, the man worked at Uber and Lyft. He is 33 years old and this week appealed to the Episcopal hospital St. John, where reported disturbing symptoms, but was released with a diagnosis of SARS.
Later the man returned when his condition deteriorated and only after that, the doctors decided to administer a blood test for coronavirus.
The results were positive, which led to the fact that more than 50 doctors and other medical staff in the hospital had left at home quarantine, in order to test themselves on the coronavirus in the home.