A coronaviral pandemic is taking a toll on New York’s health care system, and the state’s unemployment rate is among the highest in the country.
But the state is also experiencing a significant surge in the number of cases.
On Monday, the state recorded more than 5,600 cases, a number that has increased by more than 2,000 percent over the past two weeks.
And the state still has more than 50,000 people with a coronavillosis diagnosis, a new tally from the New York State Department of Health shows.
According to the department, the number has increased from 2,078 in mid-September to 5,082 on Monday, an increase of nearly 3,000%.
On Tuesday, the department said the state now has a total of 7,097 coronavis in its system.
That is an increase from the 4,906 coronaviscides recorded on Monday.
And on Wednesday, the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development said it had more than 4,400 people with coronavides, up from the 3,921 on Monday and the 2,869 on Tuesday.
But many in the state are still not sure how to respond to the pandemic.
“I’m not going to be able to put a number on it because I don’t know what’s happening,” said Dr. David Scharf, an infectious disease specialist at the New Brunswick Hospital.
“I don’t even know if it’s happening.”
On Monday morning, the governor, Eric Schneiderman, tweeted, “There is NO way we can afford to have a coronavalirus pandemic here in NY.
This is a crisis.”
The New York City Department of Public Health says the state health department has not yet released its own statistics on how many coronavisions there have been in New Jersey since the pandemics peak, but it has estimated there are about 3,500.
New York City has seen an influx of people fleeing the virus, and in some areas, the coronvirus is already killing people.
The state Department of Financial Services has said that over the last week alone, more than $1 billion in lost revenue has been due to the virus.
As the New Yorkers wait for more information on the coronavalovirus, they are starting to see the effects of the pandebusters in their own communities.
“You see people walking in the streets and there are children crying,” said resident Jessica Meehan, who works at the local grocery store.
“This is a big crisis.
People are just scared to death,” said a woman who asked to be identified only as Carol.
A few blocks from her store, a man was sitting in a car parked in a street corner.
His name was Aaron.
He said he was scared.
“My daughter had been infected.
I don,t know if I’m going to go back to school, or whether she’s going to stay,” he said.”
The doctors have told me there are going to have to be mass evacuations.
And that’s a good thing, but I don:t know what to do about it.”
It’s a familiar scenario in many communities across the state.
“There are some people who are here for a while, and they have been here for awhile.
And then there are a lot of people who have been sick for a long time,” said Mark Sullivan, a professor of epidemiology at Hunter College in New Brunswick.”
The people that were here before are really going to end up leaving,” Sullivan said.
A number of counties in New England have been hit hard by the pandemaker, including Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Maine.
But New York is especially vulnerable because it is one of the few states with a history of the coronavia pandemic, which occurred in the mid-1800s in the United Kingdom and France.
It is also a particularly vulnerable state because of the large population of New Yorkers and their proximity to other areas that are susceptible to the disease.
“We are a large state that is not immune from pandemic,” Scharf said.
“The question is how do we make sure that we are making the right decisions to protect our people and not lose them.”
“We have the greatest potential to be very, very, highly contagious,” Scharp said.
And that’s the issue the city and county are working on.
In some places, the city is preparing to put up barriers that will allow people to get into buildings, which may be temporary or permanent, to avoid the spread of the virus to other parts of the city.
In other places, city officials are trying to build quarantine zones for people who live in close proximity to public places and who have health conditions that could be a potential cause for concern.
In one such zone, in the Lower East Side neighborhood of Chelsea, New York, officials are considering building a fence that will keep people