Tom Winter56m ago / 6:28 PM UTCNew York City now has more than 25,000 coronavirus cases and has had 366 deaths, according to the latest data from the city’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.The Friday numbers show that 50 percent of deaths have been people 75 years of age and older and another 25 percent were people between 65 and 74 years old. Ninety-seven percent of deaths have been cases where the person had an underlying illness, defined as “diabetes, lung disease, cancer, immunodeficiency, heart disease, hypertension, asthma, kidney disease, and GI/Liver Disease.”Of the city’s 25,573 coronavirus cases, nearly half were age 18 to 44.Only two percent were under 18 years old.Of the five boroughs, Queens continues to have the most cases (32 percent), followed by Brooklyn (26 percent), then Manhattan (18 percent).Rebecca Shabad2h ago / 5:53 PM UTCHouse gives final passage to $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus billThe House on Friday passed the $2 trillion coronavirus economic stimulus bill, and President Donald Trump is expected to sign it quickly.The legislation, which was passed unanimously by the Senate on Wednesday, provides relief for workers and businesses that have been devastated by the outbreak.Trump has applauded the final product — the


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