new video loaded: N.Y.C. Is ‘Winning’ the Fight Against Covid-19, Mayor Says
N.Y.C. Is ‘Winning’ the Fight Against Covid-19, Mayor Says
Mayor Eric Adams of New York City expressed optimism in the fight against the Omicron surge, citing drops in the average number of cases recorded daily and hospitalizations.
We want to just give you some good news on the Covid front. The level of cases in New York City, they are declining. They are declining. We know that there’s work to do, and that they still remain a very high level. But we’re seeing a leveling off, and we’re seeing a decline because of what you did. You responded accordingly to this threat. But New Yorkers, we have not won yet. We have more to do as I want to continue to say that over and over again. But let’s be clear on this: We are winning. We are winning. And we are going to win because we’re resilient.
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