Number of deaths in New York State back over 100 for the previous 24 hour period

Governor Cuomo updated the media on Sunday on COVID-19, including announcing the number of deaths in the previous 24 hour period in the state was once again back over 100, after falling below the 100 mark for the first time since late March the day before.

Posted: May 24, 2020 12:40 PM

Albany, N.Y. - During his Sunday morning press briefing on COVID-19, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced 109 more people died in New York State due to coronavirus on Saturday.

That number is back over 100, after Cuomo announced on Saturday the number of deaths in the previous 24 hour period had fallen to 84, the first time the number of deaths has been below 100 since late March.

The total number of deaths in the state now stands at 23,388.

Cuomo says the death total of 109 is up from 84 on Friday. There were 109 on Thursday. There were 105 on Wednesday, 112 on Tuesday, and 105 on Monday.

Cuomo held his Sunday press briefing at Jones Beach off of Long Island. He held it at a beach because many state beaches, including Jones Beach, were opened for the first time for this holiday weekend.

He urged people to enjoy the holiday weekend safely.

Gov. Cuomo said Long Island to now preparing to reopen, but didn't say how soon, and he urged people in the metropolitan area that as more people will soon be heading back to work, wearing a mask is mandatory when riding on public transportation.

Cuomo said what New Yorkers do today to make sure they and others stay safe will effect what happens in the state in the following days, "You tell me how people act today, I will tell you the infection rate three days from today."

Cuomo said the two go hand in hand, safety precautions and the infection rate.

The Governor also said New York professional sports teams can begin training camps today and he had a message for sports owners that if they can run their sport safely without fans, to go ahead.

Cuomo also said veterinarian practices can begin on Tuesday.

New York Coronavirus Cases

County data is updated nightly.

Cases: 1956594

Reported Deaths: 51117
CountyCasesDeaths
Kings2584269857
Queens2580509485
Suffolk1900143295
Nassau1742793092
Bronx1719006341
New York1294884286
Westchester1238382231
Erie792171677
Richmond691671732
Monroe593151026
Orange45194782
Rockland45068931
Onondaga35353659
Dutchess27371430
Albany23280341
Oneida21173497
Niagara17633332
Broome17054348
Saratoga14077159
Ulster12712241
Schenectady12201189
Rensselaer10439135
Putnam1000591
Chautauqua8178131
Chemung7022133
Oswego684390
Ontario668991
Steuben6153141
St. Lawrence610094
Sullivan593468
Cayuga576990
Jefferson537763
Wayne510567
Cattaraugus500280
Genesee4987121
Herkimer4848107
Clinton443731
Madison422485
Tompkins399749
Fulton394486
Livingston391658
Montgomery3790114
Columbia378499
Cortland349360
Warren330755
Tioga329758
Wyoming319451
Allegany312683
Otsego309446
Greene306174
Chenango298773
Washington279255
Orleans269183
Lewis240633
Franklin235912
Delaware209536
Seneca183856
Schoharie149315
Essex148226
Yates109126
Schuyler97513
Hamilton2962
Unassigned16491
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