Cuomo says the 367 deaths number is down from 437 on Friday.
'They have to give us a plan before they can reopen, ' Cuomo said. Total fatalities are now 16,966, even as new hospitalisations and intensive care cases continue to fall.
"We don't want to get too far ahead, " he said. Phase one will focus on "low-risk" construction and manufacturing companies getting back to work.
Cuomo is NY from start to finish.
"Schools are necessary for a large scale business reopening". He didn't give any firm dates but set two markers: He has officially declared the state closed until May 15th, and new hospitalizations would need to have dropped for two weeks. "So you couldn't really get to a maximum phase two without opening schools", said Cuomo.
Cuomo described the latest numbers as "only not awful news compared to where we were".
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"This is a awful experience to go through. but what you're doing is actually saving lives", he said of New Yorkers staying home and abiding by state measures. According to the most recent statistics included in Johns Hopkins University's resource center, more than 940,000 people have tested positive for the respiratory disease nationwide as of Sunday morning, and 54,000 have died as a result. Andrew Cuomo of the new deaths.
Antibody testing will be conducted among four hospitals and health care systems in New York City beginning today, along with four other agencies starting next week, Cuomo announced. He added that more people will become eligible as the state's test supply increases.
"We've been talking about re-opening the state and re-imagining a new NY, and to do that we're going to have to make governmental decisions in partnership with business decisions", Cuomo said.
All major sports leagues have explored the idea of playing in stadiums and venues without fans, and it could be possible with TV deals since they've been a huge source of revenue for leagues.
Earlier this week Cuomo disclosed initial results from a survey of 3,000 people across NY showing that 13.9 percent had tested positive for antibodies, suggesting the virus may have spread more widely than previously thought. The governor has emphasized that NY can not proceed to reopen its economy without broadened testing capabilities and recently met with U.S. President Donald Trump at the White House to make a case for additional resources.
He said that different regions will have different schedules, noting that New York City will have to have some "summer activities" open for residents. In response to a steady decline in statewide hospitalizations due to the coronavirus, Cuomo provided more information about an upcoming economic reopening on Sunday.