(CNN)There are glimmers of hope in some coronavirus hotspots in the United States amid frustration as states continue reopening. “The good news is we’re finally ahead of this virus,” New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said at a coronavirus briefing Friday. “We haven’t killed the beast, but we are ahead of it.” The state has been hardest hit by the pandemic. Of the more than 1,280,000 coronavirus cases and 77,179 deaths in the US, New York state has reported more than 330,000 cases and 26,243 deaths. But, Cuomo said Friday, both the death rate and the hospitalization rate for the state are going down. Numbers are looking better in other corners of the US, too. Hawaii on Friday reported no confirmed cases of coronavirus for the first time since March 13. Meanwhile, Friday was the second day in a row, Orleans Parish in Louisiana reported no new coronavirus deaths. Those bright spots come as swaths of the country continue to disagree on how to move forward with battling the deadly virus. Read More By Sunday, more than 45 states will have eased restrictions put in place to slow the spread of the virus, allowing parts of the economy to reopen. More… Read full this story
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