Officials: Number of NY deaths up to at least 6

The number of deaths in New York has risen to at least six, according to officials.
Four deaths in New York City were reported by city officials Sunday. They included two victims in their 70s who had substantial health problems besides the virus and two people in their 50s, also with health problems.
Speaking at midday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the number of New Yorkers diagnosed with the virus had risen to 729, the most in any U.S. state.
Officials had already said a 64-year-old man from the village of Suffern in Rockland County died Thursday. They say an autopsy revealed he had contracted the virus.
AP Wires contributed to this report.
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