Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Saturday he expects the coronavirus crisis to last “a number” of months as the number of New York state residents who tested positive rose to more than 10,300.“I don’t believe it’s going to be a matter of weeks, it’s going to be a matter of months,” Cuomo said at his daily briefing in Albany, a day after issuing a stay at home order for most New Yorkers.Cuomo said that overall New York state had 10,356 coronavirus cases, an increase of 3,254 from the previous day. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo at a briefing Saturday at the state capital in Albany. (New York State)NEW YORK MUST STAY HOME, CUOMO MANDATES AS CORONAVIRUS CASES SPIKEWestchester County had only 294 new cases. The county now has 1,385 cases.“The hot spot of Westchester is slowing and that’s good news,” Cuomo said.There have been 46 coronavirus deaths in New York state as of Saturday.Cuomo also said of New York’s 10,356 cases, 1,603, or 15 percent, have required hospitalization. Slightly more than half who have gotten sick were between 18 and 49.CUOMO LIKENS CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK TO 9/11 AFTER NEW YORK SEES LARGE SPIKE IN CASESDuring the briefing, the governor said New York has performed 45,437 tests,

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