On Sunday, for the first time in four months, New York City reported zero confirmed or probable coronavirus deaths. The same day, Florida reported more than 15,000 new coronavirus cases, shattering both its previous record of 11,336, set on Thursday, and New York state's previous record of 12,847 new cases. New York City was hit hard during the early days of the coronavirus pandemic — its first COVID-19 fatality was reported on March 11, and on April 7, the city hit its peak with 597 deaths. Overall, New York City has recorded 18,670 confirmed COVID-19 deaths and 4,613 probable ones. Florida has so far recorded 4,242 deaths, though the state's outbreak has yet to peak.

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