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Coronavirus live updates: More than 50,000 cases in NYC

New York state now has lost 2,373 lives.

4/2/2020 7:22:00 PM

Chris Cuomo, who's been diagnosed with COVID-19, joins Gov. Andrew Cuomo during his brother's briefing. Chris says he's 'doing pretty well,' adding, 'People will be remembered for how they stepped up right now...and I'm very proud of you, big brother.'

New York state now has lost 2,373 lives.

7:53 a.m.: New England Patriots plane carrying N95 masks from China to arrive in BostonA private jet owned by the New England Patriots professional football team carrying much-needed medical supplies from China will land in Boston on Thursday, according to Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker.

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Patriots CEO Robert Kraft coordinated with officials to send the National Football League team's plane to pick up personal protective equipment that Massachusetts had bought from China. The U.S. state has purchased over a million N95 masks, and the ones arriving Thursday at Boston's Logan International Airport represent a partial shipment, according to the governor.

"As I said before, ordering vital equipment like this is only one part of the challenge and I am incredibly grateful that the Krafts worked this issue relentlessly alongside our Command Center staff to get these critical supplies to Massachusetts," Baker said in a statement Thursday."The Krafts, our partners Ambassador Huang Ping, Dr. Jason Li, Gene Hartigan and our COVID-19 Command Center personnel teamed up to get this job done and we eagerly await the plane landing at Logan Airport soon. Our administration will keep pursuing the PPE necessary to support our brave front-line workers who are working tirelessly to save lives during this pandemic."

7:25 a.m.: FEMA cargo plane with medical supplies from China lands in OhioA planeload of medical supplies from China has landed in the United States.The cargo plane touched down early Thursday at Rickenbacker International Airport near Columbus, Ohio.

"The shipment includes supplies from Shanghai, connecting the global market with local medical distributors," airport officials told ABC News.The relief shipment, coordinated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, contains masks, gowns, ventilators and other supplies, all of which will go to medical distributors"in areas of greatest need," officials said.

6:46 a.m.: Over 95% of those who died in Europe were over 60, WHO saysThe head of the World Health Organization's regional office in Europe said Thursday data shows that more than 95% of people who have died from the novel coronavirus on the continent were over the age of 60.

More than half of them were older than 80, Dr. Hans Kluge said.Still, he warned that age is not the only risk factor. About 10% to 15% of people under 50 who are diagnosed with COVID-19 have moderate or severe symptoms, according to the WHO, the global health arm of the United Nations.

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"The very notion that COVID-19 only affects older people is factually wrong," Kluge said during an online press conference Thursday in Copenhagen."Young people are not invincible."In this file photo taken on March 26, 2020, a coffin is carried to be aligned with others on the floor in the San Giuseppe church in Seriate, one of the areas worst hit by the coronavirus pandemic, near Bergamo, Italy.

In this file photo taken on March 26, 2020, a coffin is carried to be aligned with others on the floor in the San Giuseppe church in Seriate, one of the areas worst hit by the coronavirus pandemic, near Bergamo, Italy.Claudio Furlan/LaPresse via APMore than four in five of those who have died in Europe had at least one other chronic underlying conditions, such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes or hypertension.

"On a positive note," Kluge added,"there are reports of people over the age of 100 who were admitted to hospital for COVID-19 and have now since made a complete recovery."5:39 a.m.: Cruise ships with sick passengers to arrive off Florida coast

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A pair of cruise ships carrying dozens of people with flu-like symptoms, including at least nine who have tested positive for COVID-19, were expected to arrive off the coast of Florida early Thursday.It's still unclear whether passengers will be allowed to disembark.

The illnesses began aboard the MS Zaandam, which set out from Buenos Aires for a South America cruise on March 7, with 1,243 guests and 586 crew on board. The voyage was supposed to end in San Antonio, Chile, on March 21 but the vessel has remained at sea since the Chilean government refused it permission to dock and disembark. At least four people on board the ship have died and several have tested positive for COVID-19, according to Holland America Line, which operates the cruise.

Last week, the cruise line announced plans to move"healthy" people from the MS Zaandam to another one of its ships, the MS Rotterdam. Holland America Line president Orlando Ashford said in a video message that he wanted to dispel the myth of a

healthy ship versus a sick one, explaining that the intention is for the two cruises to work in tandem so that they can reduce the workload on each vessel,"create maximum flexibility" and move passengers that have been stuck self-isolating in inside cabins for a week to cabins that have access to light and fresh air.

The Holland America Line cruise ship MS Zaandam is pictured in Panama City, Panama, on March 28, 2020.The Holland America Line cruise ship MS Zaandam is pictured in Panama City, Panama, on March 28, 2020.Erick Marciscano/ReutersThere are now 442 guests and 603 crew aboard the MS Zaandam, and 808 guests and 583 crew on the MS Rotterdam, including a total of 311 U.S. citizens. Since March 22, at least 97 guests -- 83 on Zaandam and 14 on Rotterdam -- and 136 crew -- all on Zaandam -- have presented with influenza-like symptoms, according to Holland America Line.

"We have seen a significant decline in the presentation of new cases on Zaandam, with only one new case reporting in the past 24 hours," the cruise line said in a statement on Wednesday afternoon.Both ships are heading to Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, after passing through the Panama Canal. The government of Panama also denied approval to disembark guests.

Holland America Line said it hopes to disembark the nearly 1,200 guests on the two ships who are"well" and fit to travel per guidelines from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Guests fit for travel will be transferred straight from the vessels to flights for onward travel home, the majority on charter flights.

"Out of an abundance of caution, these guests will be transported in coaches that will be sanitized, with limited person-to-person contact and while wearing masks," the cruise line said in its statement Wednesday."These provisions well exceed what the CDC have advised is necessary for their travel. Guests have not left the ship since March 14 and have self-isolated in their staterooms since March 22."

In this March 28, 2020 photo made available by Juan Huergo, a tender approaches the MS Zaandam cruise ship off the coast of Panama. The tender transferred passengers from the MS Zaandam to another cruise ship, the MS Rotterdam (pictured in the background), as dozens of people on board suffered flu-like symptoms.

In this March 28, 2020 photo made available by Juan Huergo, a tender approaches the MS Zaandam cruise ship off the coast of Panama. The tender transferred passengers from the MS Zaandam to another cruise ship, the MS Rotterdam (pictured in the background), as dozens of people on board suffered flu-like symptoms.

Juan Huergo via APThe approximately 45 guests who still have"mild illness" and are unfit to travel at this time will continue to isolate on board until recovered, according to Holland America Line. For the estimated less than 10 people who need immediate critical care shoreside, the cruise line has secured approval from a local health hospital in Florida's Broward County that has agreed to accept the patients for treatment.

"This small number is the only group that will require any support from medical resources in Broward County," the cruise line said,"and is necessary to prevent further harm to their health."Last week, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said it would be a mistake to bring the passengers ashore because the state's hospitals need to be saved for residents and not"foreign nationals."

As of Wednesday afternoon, Holland America Line was still awaiting confirmation from Florida authorities to disembark the guests in Fort Lauderdale. Both ships will remain outside U.S. waters while awaiting clearance to enter."Holland America Line calls for compassion and reason in the review and approval of our disembarkation plan by Florida officials," the cruise line said,"and we are grateful for those that have supported our efforts."

4:11 a.m.: Dr. Fauci forced to ramp up personal security due to threatsThe U.S. government has ramped up security for Dr. Anthony Fauci, as the nation’s top medical expert on the coronavirus pandemic faces threats to his personal safety.Upon recommendation of the U.S. Marshals Service, the U.S. Department of Justice in recent days approved a special deputization request from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for more than half a dozen special agents to provide protective services to Fauci, a Justice Department official told ABC News.

U.S. President Donald Trump listens to Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, as they stand in front of a chart labeled "Goals of Community Mitigation" showing projected deaths in the United States after exposure to the novel coronavirus with and without any intervention taken to curtail the spread, during the daily coronavirus response briefing at the White House in Washington, D.C., on March 31, 2020.

U.S. President Donald Trump listens to Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, as they stand in front of a chart labeled "Goals of Community Mitigation" showing projected deaths in the United States after exposure to the novel coronavirus with and without any intervention taken to curtail the spread, during the daily coronavirus response briefing at the White House in Washington, D.C., on March 31, 2020.

Tom Brenner/ReutersFauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is a member of President Donald Trump's coronavirus task force and has played a significant role in the government's response to the novel coronavirus pandemic.

The Washington Postfirst reportedthe threats to Fauci and the increased security.When asked during Wednesday's White House press briefing whether he and the task force coordinator had received any threats or if they had been given a security detail, Fauci said he was not able to answer and referred the reporter's question to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Trump quickly chimed in, saying,"He doesn't need security, everybody loves him."

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