Coronavirus in New York

Nearly 45% of recent new COVID-19 cases in America were recorded in just a handful of states.
New York among the states where new COVID-19 cases are growing most rapidly. These 15 neighborhoods in New York City have been hit the hardest.
New data show the extent to which COVID-19's most rapid spread has moved to the northeast and southeast United States.
These are the 20 American counties with the highest number of fatal cases of COVID-19.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to worsen in the United States at an astonishingly fast pace. According to the Microsoft Bing COVID-19 Tracker, 363,727 Americans have died, which was up by 3,882...
The figures for COVID-19 cases and deaths vary widely from state to state, as well as by county in each state.
Among congressional districts, New York's 15th has the highest number of COVID-19 deaths.
As U.S. COVID-19 deaths race ahead of 300,000 and increase at a rate of as much as 3,000 a day, four states have a large percentage of these fatal cases.
These are the 50 counties where the most Americans have died from COVID-19.
As COVID-19 cases across America surge again, the city with the most fatal cases by far is New York. The spread has begun to worsen quickly in some neighborhoods.
As COVID-19 returns, New York City has passed a milestone. Over 24,000 people have died in the five boroughs. No other city is close by this measure.
As would be expected, the counties with the most coronavirus deaths are often those with the largest populations.
A new study shows that nearly 20% of New York City residents have been infected by COVID-19, a figure much higher than any official numbers.
Several of America's largest counties have borne the brunt of fatal COVID-19 cases. None has been hit harder than Los Angeles County.
New York's confirmed COVID-19 cases have topped 500,000. After slowing for three months, have started to move higher at a brisk pace again.