Tom Winter3h ago / 5:58 PM UTCMedical calls to New York City’s 911 system have started to wane although they remain higher than average, according to a fire department spokesperson.In total, 4,584 medial calls were logged by the FDNY EMS system on Thursday, which is higher than the normal 4,000 medical calls but at last week’s peak that number was at more than 6,500.As NBC News first reported earlier this week, Emergency Medical Services, the part of the fire department that runs the city’s paramedic response, has been responding to three or four times its average daily number of cardiac calls, with  each call almost twice as likely to involve a death.Daniel Arkin4h ago / 5:48 PM UTCThe global death toll crosses 100K, according to Johns HopkinsThe global death toll from COVID-19 has crossed 100,000, according to a tally compiled by Johns Hopkins University. 100,376 people had died as of Friday afternoon ET.Corky Siemaszko4h ago / 5:45 PM UTCFlorida pastor arrested for defying stay-at-home orders to host online Easter serviceThe Florida pastor who wound up in handcuffs after he defied a local stay-at-home coronavirus order by holding a church service for hundreds of worshippers will be celebrating Easter with his


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