As of Friday, November 13, hospital admissions in New York City are now at 121, hospital positivity rate for COVID is 28.8% among those admissions. The daily number of New York City residents testing positive has risen to 3.09%, and the seven-day rolling average is 2.83%.
As of Friday, November 13, the following businesses are closing at 10 p.m. daily to help curb the spread of COVID-19:
Bars and lounges
Gyms and fitness clubs
Liquor and wine stores
Mayor Bill de Blasio has said he will close all school buildings if 3% of the COVID-19 tests performed in the city over a seven-day period came back positive. That could happen as early as next week.
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