The DTMNBN (Disease That Must Not Be named) patients being released from New York hospitals is higher than those admitted for four straight days now.
That could indicate that they are over the hump and also coincides with hospitals testing out the malaria drugs on DTMNBN patients.
New York has been the hardest hit state in the country and this appears to be very good news. If this continues it could be great news for New York and for the country.
The discharge rate is extremely important because it means that they are not running out of rooms or ventilators. This could also be due to the warming weather.
Gov Andrew Cuomo says he is heartened by the news and also the fact that deaths dropped from 630 to 594 but he still urges caution until we see the numbers continuing to drop.
Sunday also marked a decrease in the number of new coronavirus deaths in New York — 594 on Sunday compared to 630 the previous day. Cuomo was encouraged by the numbers, but cautioned that it was too early to tell whether New York was on the downside of the curve or not.
“We could either be very near the apex, or the apex could be a plateau and we could be on the plateau right now,” Cuomo said Sunday, WABC-TV reported. “You can’t do this day to day. You have to look at three or four days to see a pattern.”
Trump administration officials have warned that this week may be the worst yet for Americans during the coronavirus outbreak. U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams said it may be the hardest week of most Americans’ lives, and compared it to Pearl Harbor and the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
President Donald Trump said the upcoming days will be “very horrendous.” More than 9,600 people have died from COVID-19 in the U.S. so far, with administration officials having projected an eventual total of 100,000 to 240,000 deaths from the virus as the best-case scenario.
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