At first, New York officials tracked the resurgence of the coronavirus to a few neighborhoods in the city with large populations of Orthodox Jewish residents. Then, those hot spots began to expand, leading to restrictions. But now, the coronavirus is spreading through the entire city, with cases surging in beachfront communities in Staten Island and corners of the Bronx, and seeding new outbreaks in parts of Queens that were among the hardest hit areas during the peak of the virus in the spring. The number of new cases has climbed to the point where officials are struggling to untangle chains of transmission and make sense of how the virus is spreading. Now they are facing the reality that they are dealing with a surge that will linger for weeks, if not months. Cases and deaths in New York City 0 10,000 cases Mar. 2020 Apr. May Jun. Jul. Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. 2021 Feb. Mar. Apr. May New cases 7-day average Total reported On May 25 14-day change Cases 947,310 466 –47% Deaths 33,156 10 –52% Day with reporting anomaly. Case counts come from both state and city sources and may not match the city’s figures; 14-day change… Read full this story
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