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Cuomo says crisis not over until 'we have a vaccine'

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Published on April 15, 2020 - Duration: 01:12s

Cuomo says crisis not over until 'we have a vaccine'

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday welcomed the "good news" that total hospitalizations were down for a second day but cautioned that the coronavirus 'crisis' will not be "over" until there is a vaccine.

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Cuomo says crisis not over until 'we have a vaccine'

Hospitalizations of people with the novel coronavirus fell for a second day in New York and the state will send ventilators to Michigan and Maryland, further signs some control is being gained on the outbreak, Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Wednesday.

Cuomo said that a total of 18,335 people were hospitalized across New York because of COVID-19, the respiratory illness caused by the coronavirus, down from 18,697 a day earlier, which had marked the first decline since the crisis began.

"When is this over?

I say, personal opinion, it's over when we have a vaccine," Cuomo told reporters on Wednesday, adding that New York state is "ready willing and able" to serve as a laboratory.

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