New York City mayor Bill de Blasio said that 60 people died from the coronavirus in the metropolis, and more than 8,000 people were infected.
“If we don’t get more CPR systems in the next 10 days, more people will die,” de Blasio was quoted as saying by Reuters.
According to the mayor, “the worst is yet to come”, and the city does not receive the necessary assistance from the Federal government
“April will be much worse than March, and I’m afraid that may may be worse than April,” de Blasio believes.
According to the media, New York hospitals faced an acute shortage of medical equipment and protective equipment due to an increase in cases of coronavirus.
According to the latest data, in the United States, 26,747 people fell ill with the coronavirus, of which 340 died from complications.
Worldwide, more than 307,000 people have become ill with COVID-19 coronavirus, more than 92,000 have recovered, and more than 13,000 have died.