New York City mayor warns that new cases of COVID-19 in New York City continue to exceed the threshold
On November 27th local time, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said that 1,522 new confirmed cases of
COVID-19 were added the previous day in New York City, continuing to exceed the threshold set by which he set to bear new coronavirus cases.
It is reported that the threshold set by New York City is 550 new cases in a single day.
At present, the average infection rate in New York City is 3.33%.
In response, De Blasio said in a social networking website that “New York City cannot give up fighting this weekend.”
He urged residents to wear masks and get tested for the virus to help fight the second wave of the epidemic.
Earlier, De Blasio warned that New York may close indoor public places, including gyms and indoor dining,
Again due to the continuous deterioration of the COVID-19 epidemic.