Gov. Cuomo: Two-thirds of Hospitalized Now with Covid-19 Were Self-Quarantined at Home
It begs the question, obviously, does ‘slow the spread,’ and self-quarantining work? Apparently not.
Most new Covid-19 hospitalizations in New York state are from people who were staying home and not venturing much outside, a “shocking” finding, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday.
The preliminary data was from 100 New York hospitals involving about 1,000 patients, Cuomo said at his daily briefing.
It shows that 66% of new admissions were from people who had largely been sheltering at home. The next highest source of admissions was from nursing homes, 18%.