There are 8,115 confirmed cases of coronavirus in New York City as of Saturday evening, according to City Hall.
At least 1,450 of COVID-19 patients are hospitalized, including 370 in the ICU.
There have been 60 fatalities citywide.
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Brooklyn has the most coronavirus cases of all boroughs, with a count of 2,484; closely behind is Queens with 2,254. In Manhattan, 1,868 people have tested positive for coronavirus, followed by 1,071 in the Bronx and 437 in Staten Island.
In a briefing on Saturday, Governor Andrew Cuomo explained that an increase in numbers is expected as the state ramps up testing.
New York State is conducting more coronavirus tests per capita than China and South Korea, and more than any other state.