COVID-19 Cases on the Rise in New York

COVID-19 infections are on the rise in New York — with the peak still weeks away
The number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 in New York climbed to 3,800, including close to 900 in intensive care, with the peak of the outbreak weeks away, accoridng to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
The has state has more than 30,000 confirmed cases and 285 deaths.
New York officials are keeping a close eye on hospitals as the number of cases is projected to rise for perhaps three more weeks.
While COVID-19 has shut down much of New York state, trout season is still on.
The season opener is April 1, The state Department of Environmental Conservation encourages residents to fish. The DEC said anglers must continue to follow the CDC/New York State Department of Health guidelines Keep at least 6 feet away.
State parks in both New York and Pennsylvania remain open for outdoor visitation, but people must avoid large group activities.