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New York’s COVID-19 cases, hospitalization keep falling

The number of New Yorkers hospitalized with COVID-19 continues to drop, hitting the lowest level since Dec. 12.

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The hospitalizations dropped to 5,445 Friday, Gov. Cuomo said Saturday.

The state’s seven-day average positivity rate dropped to 3.18 percent, the lowest since Nov. 26. The daily positivity rate Friday was 2.85 percent, a slight tick up from the previous day.

New York City’s seven-day positivity rate stood at 4.08 percent Friday.

There were 85 deaths statewide from the coronavirus Friday including 54 among residents of the five boroughs.

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