Queens is emerging as the epicenter of the epicenter in New York City as the city reveals a borough by borough map which highlights the neighborhoods reporting the most positive cases. The death toll in the city rose to 517 as of Saturday afternoon as its healthcare system is threatened with imminent collapse. Over Friday night, another 67 people died of the virus. The new figures mean that in the past 24 hours an average of one New Yorker died every 9.5 minutes. There are 29,158 confirmed NYC cases as of Saturday afternoon as the national total soars over 100,000. The shocking map released by the city shows that every single neighborhood has over 30 percent of patients testing positive for coronavirus, although none are returning higher than 65.41 percent positive results. Neighborhoods are highlighted in a different color from pale yellow to red depending on the percentage of positive test results for those who have been tested in that area, not the percentage of the population that has tested positive. Of the five boroughs, Queens is now the epicenter of New York City’s outbreak, with 9,228 cases, a one-day increase of 12 percent. In just the past week, one… Read full this story
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