Albany, N.Y. - Governor Andrew Cuomo announced 4,812 new confirmed COVID-19 cases throughout the state, with the majority of those in New York City.
This comes one day after Cuomo reported 3,254 new cases on Saturday.
The new total in New York state is up to 15,168.
New York City has 9,045 cases, with 2,832 new cases.
Nassau County has 1,900 cases, with 667 news cases.
Westchester County has 1,873 cases, with 486 new cases.
Suffolk County has 1,034 cases, with 373 new cases.
Also in the top ten, are two upstate counties, Albany County with 123 cases, 35 of them are new cases, and Monroe County with 57 cases, 15 of them are new cases.
Cuomo once again said the results are leading the U.S. and are expected to because New York has performed so many more tests than any other state.
Cuomo also once again talked about social responsibility and that we all play a role in how long this crisis will last and how many lives will be lost, specifically talking to young people who are not taking this crisis seriously.
On Saturday Cuomo said he was going to head to the parks in New York City to see for himself the people who are not doing what they are supposed to be doing, and that is staying home as much as possible to prevent the spread of the virus.
During Sunday's press conference, Cuomo displayed a picture of a large gathering of people in Central Park in New York City that he witnessed, and said something needs to change and change immediately because it's dangerous. He is demanding New York City come up with a plan by Monday to address the problem.
"This is arrogant, self destructive, disrespectful to other people and it has to stop, and it has to stop now. This is not a joke, and I am not joking."