Gov. Cuomo: New Rochelle attorney who had coronavirus now out of the hospital

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Sunday that the New Rochelle attorney who was connected to the cluster of coronavirus cases in New York is now out of the hospital.

News 12 Staff

Mar 29, 2020, 7:41 PM

Updated 1,511 days ago

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 Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Sunday that the New Rochelle attorney who was connected to the cluster of coronavirus cases in New York is now out of the hospital. 
Cuomo said that the man, whom he referred to as "patient zero" in Westchester, is doing better. He referenced the man while speaking about how large gatherings can quickly cause an outbreak.  
There are now more than 8,500 cases of coronavirus in Westchester.
There are also more than 2,200 cases in Rockland County and over 1,000 in Orange County. 
Dutchess County has 320 cases, and there are about 130 in both Putnam and Ulster counties.
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