New York Now Admits to 1700 Cases of Coronavirus – 19% Hospitalized

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 17, 2020

This basically means the whole city has it.

These people live like the Chinese, in their urban hive-cluster.


The COVID-19 outbreak in New York state has spread to about 1,700 people, hospitalizing 19% of them and killing at least 12, state officials announced Tuesday, adding that the number of cases will continue to rise as the state receives more test results.

The state is scrambling to expand its hospital capacity to handle an influx of cases before infections peak here,  New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said at a press conference in Albany. New York currently has 53,000 hospital beds and 3,000 ICU beds, far short of what state health officials are predicting will be needed, he said. They estimate the state will need between 18,600 to 37,200 ICU beds and at least 55,000 hospital beds at the peak of the outbreak across the state, which he predicted will take about 45 days.

“That, my friends, is the problem that we’ve been talking about since the beginning of this exercise,” Cuomo said.

The fast-moving virus has spread to more than 183,000 people across the globe, killing more than 7,100, since emerging from Wuhan, China less than three months ago. The number of cases changes by the minute. State officials are revising their data throughout the day, Cuomo’s spokesman William Burns said.

You know, 7,100 deaths is really nothing.

Maybe this all is just a gigantic hoax?

Maybe the happening fags finally pulled a coup getting everyone to think it is happening when once again, it isn’t happening.

I’m certainly open to the idea.

But hey – better safe than sorry, right?

I don’t regret all that prepping I did.

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