More than 4,400 people have died from the coronavirus in New York City as both fatalities and total cases continued to rise, according to new statistics released Thursday morning.
The Big Apple’s death count from COVID-19 stood at 4,426 as of 9:30 a.m., up from 3,602 on Wednesday morning, data from the city Health Department show.
There were also 84,373 confirmed cases of the disease, compared to 77,967 a day earlier.
The largest number of infected people — 32,565, or 39 percent — range in age from 18 to 44.
Queens remained the hardest-hit of the five boroughs, with 27,063 cases that amount to 32 percent of the total, a 1 percent dip from Wednesday morning.