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NY Post National NewsApr 10, 2020
Dramatic video shows homeowner fighting off suspect during fatal home invasion
Dramatic doorbell video released by Illinois police captures a homeowner fight off a would-be robber in a Saturday home invasion that left another suspect dead, a report said Thursday. The footage obtained by the Daily Herald shows Bradley Finnan, 39, and Larry Brodacz, 58, wearing masks and gloves as they approach the homeowners Arlington Heights...

Fox NewsApr 09, 2020
Coronavirus: New York City shortens deadline to claim dead
As New York City deals with a mounting coronavirus death toll and dwindling morgue space, the city has shortened the amount of time it will hold unclaimed remains before they are buried in the city's public cemetery.

Guardsmen from Niagara Falls help a virus-stricken New York City retrieve its dead (Washington Post Nation)

Top Stories - Google NewsApr 09, 2020
New York City hires laborers to bury dead in Hart Island potter's field amid coronavirus surge - Reuters
New York City hires laborers to bury dead in Hart Island potter's field amid coronavirus surge  ReutersNew York's coronavirus outbreak came from Europe and other parts of the United States, research projects suggest  CNNNYC to begin burying coronavirus victims on Hart Island potter's field  New York Post New York coronavirus outbreak came mainly from travelers from Europe - Business Insider  Business Inside

Yahoo NewsApr 09, 2020
N.Y. Reports Deadliest Day; Hospitalizations Plunge
(Bloomberg) -- New York City reported a record 824 deaths from the coronavirus in 24 hours, a grim reminder that despite flattening infection curves and lower hospital admissions, the health crisis in the largest U.S. city is far from over.Statewide, the fatality rate has worsened by the day. New York reported 799 new deaths on Thursday, on top of about 1,500 in the prior two days. Total coronavirus deaths in the state now exceed 7,000.The city and state take snapshots of the virus's effects at different times of the day, which may partly account for why the city reported more deaths than the state did. The city also counts people who died at home after testing positive, said Stephanie Buhle, a spokeswoman for the city Health Department. The state tallies only hospital deaths.The latest spike in deaths, which lag as an indicator of the virus's spread, comes as the rate of hospitalizations in the city and state is dropping sharply.At his daily virus briefing on Thursday, Governor Andrew Cuomo said there had been only 200 net new hospitalizations over 24 hours, the lowest number since the crisis broke out. That number had been as high as 1,400 just a week ago. Likewise, the rate of new intensive-care admissions and intubations -- when patients are put on a ventilator -- also plummeted.But New York State also reported more than 10,600 new positive cases on Wednesday, a second day above 10,000 after multiple days when the number was trending downward. At more than 159,000 infections, New York's cases have now eclipsed those of Spain and
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