NEW YORK HEALTH HELP ON THE WAY TO UTAH, HOUSTON, ATLANTA, ST. PETERSBURG

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that New York State and Northwell Health will deploy at least 30 healthcare personnel to Utah to support Intermountain Healthcare – the state’s largest healthcare provider. Intermountain Healthcare previously sent dozens of healthcare workers to New York to support Northwell and other hospitals. New York State will provide PPE and equipment as needed, and the first group of healthcare workers will travel to Utah this Sunday.

“We’re taking new steps in New York State’s continuing effort to repay the gratitude that we’ve been shown by people all across the country, and also on a practical level to keep us safe–an outbreak anywhere is an outbreak everywhere,” Governor Cuomo said. “We will be sending health staff to Utah to the Intermountain Healthcare Hospital System, Utah’s largest hospital system. Utah and that hospital system were very generous to New York when we needed help, sending dozens of staff to the Northwell Hospital System which was a major provider for us during COVID. So, we are going to be sending primarily Northwell personnel and Department of Health personnel, about 30 people, as well as any PPE, and equipment that is needed. I thank Governor Herbert and all the people of Utah, and as I’ve said on behalf of New Yorkers, we won’t forget and we will do for them what they did for us, because that’s the American way.”

“During the height of the pandemic here in New York, we were grateful for the extraordinary support provided by the Intermountain Health System who sent us over 60 front-line staff including physicians and nurses,” said Michael Dowling, president and CEO of Northwell Health, New York’s largest health care provider which treated the most coronavirus patients in the US. “We are now delighted to be able to reciprocate by sending staff to assist them in their current battle against this disease.” 

New York’s Commitment to Helping Cities and States Fight COVID-19

During the fight against COVID-19, New York State has provided PPE and equipment to Florida, Georgia and Texas. In addition, the state has provided the following resources: 

  • On July 29, Governor Cuomo announced that New York State will establish a testing site in St. Petersburg, Florida.
  • On July 20, Governor Cuomo announced that New York State will establish two church testing sites in COVID-19 Hotspots in Savannah, Georgia.
  • On July 16, Governor Cuomo announced that New York State has established two church testing sites in COVID-19 hotspots in Houston, Texas.
  • On July 13, Governor Cuomo announced New York State will send testing and contract tracing teams to Atlanta, Georgia.
  • On July 10, Governor Cuomo announced New York State would send the COVID-19 medication Remdesivir to Florida as the state struggles with a resurgence of cases.

he governor also announced that the State Liquor Authority and State Police Task Force yesterday visited and observed 835 establishments across New York City and Long Island, and found violations at 41 establishments, or 5 percent.

Today’s data is summarized briefly below:

  • Patient Hospitalization – 586 (-33)
  • Patients Newly Admitted – 83
  • Hospital Counties – 29
  • Number ICU – 142 (-12)
  • Number ICU with Intubation – 72 (-4)
  • Total Discharges – 72,973 (+73)
  • Deaths – 13
  • Total Deaths – 25,145

Of the 73,546 test results reported to New York State yesterday, 777, or 1.06 percent, were positive. Each region’s percentage of positive test results reported over the last three days is as follows:

REGIONMONDAYTUESDAYWEDNESDAY
Capital Region1.2%1.8%2.1%
Central New York0.9%0.8%1.1%
Finger Lakes0.4%0.6%0.6%
Long Island1.1%1.1%1.2%
Mid-Hudson1.1%1.3%1.3%
Mohawk Valley2.0%1.8%0.9%
New York City0.9%1.1%1.0%
North Country0.6%0.3%0.3%
Southern Tier0.6%1.3%0.7%
Western New York0.9%1.6%0.5%

The Governor also confirmed 777 additional cases of novel coronavirus, bringing the statewide total to 414,370 confirmed cases in New York State. Of the 414,370 total individuals who tested positive for the virus, the geographic breakdown is as follows:

CountyTotal PositiveNew Positive
Albany2,49313
Allegany740
Broome1,02914
Cattaraugus1570
Cayuga1410
Chautauqua2241
Chemung1621
Chenango2061
Clinton1252
Columbia5133
Cortland900
Delaware1010
Dutchess4,46815
Erie8,43424
Essex550
Franklin480
Fulton2755
Genesee2703
Greene2872
Hamilton70
Herkimer2393
Jefferson1280
Lewis340
Livingston1641
Madison3963
Monroe4,67721
Montgomery1520
Nassau43,15858
Niagara1,4344
NYC224,863312
Oneida2,0629
Onondaga3,45922
Ontario3492
Orange11,07238
Orleans2910
Oswego2401
Otsego1070
Putnam1,4182
Rensselaer71824
Rockland13,8608
Saratoga7098
Schenectady1,0188
Schoharie680
Schuyler200
Seneca840
St. Lawrence2601
Steuben2900
Suffolk43,17086
Sullivan1,4793
Tioga1841
Tompkins2272
Ulster2,01037
Warren2980
Washington2540
Wayne2430
Westchester35,91339
Wyoming1110
Yates520

Yesterday, there were 13 deaths due to COVID-19 in New York State, bringing the total to 25,145. A geographic breakdown is as follows, by county of residence:

Deaths by County of Residence
CountyNew Deaths
Albany1
Bronx2
Broome1
Erie1
Herkimer1
Kings1
Manhattan1
Queens2
Tioga1
Westchester2

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