They're rationing the tests. I know a person who has all the symptoms but cannot get a test. Apparently you have to be at the point of near suffocation to get tested. It's a fiasco & they will never know who has it & who doesn't until they start testing people before they're almost in a coma. These tests have been a total cluster **** from day one. It's a disgrace.
Oneida County, County Executive Anthony Picente reported Friday at a briefing. The county also saw 11 new cases, bringing the total number of cases to 79.
If you have other conditions when catching this thing and your health is compromised as a result you will not be allowed a ventilator.
I looked at a map that shows number of infected people and where they live within New York City. Guess what the highest rate of infection follows the same path as the subway. So if that entire system is NOT scrubbed clean once thing peaks and people start to use the subway again well: RE--INFECTION. Exactly what scientists are frightened with. Gonna be bad.