NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- Coronavirus cases are on the rise again in New York City. Use our interactive map to see where the cases are spiking.
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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