A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirms other studies that the first cases of the coronavirus studied by New Yorkers came from Europe and other parts of the United States. Restrictions were imposed on February 2 and entry to airports for foreign citizens from China, restrictions were imposed on March 13, and travelers from Europe did not stop treading on SARS -- Cov-2 is responsible for the Covid-19 virus, as it participates in New York, according to a report released Thursday. Data collected on influenza-symptomatic patients March 1, solstice, 20, and mental health department of New York City in six city emergency departments (two in Manhattan, two in Brooklyn, and Queens in the Bronx) were found to be SARS-positive in 544 people,36 of whom were the same samples of COV-2 Serbia in Europe. Five of the six emergency rooms were used by Chinese-speaking patients living in higher zip codes, the report said. However, none of the samples are directly related to the sequence of explosions in Wuhan, China. The report also found an increase in the number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 in New Yorkers under 18 years of age in the weeks between March 8 and March 15. DOHMH's estimate of the increase in the prevalence of undetected Covid-19 among adolescents raises questions about the role of children in community transmission at the onset of the pandemic and the role of school closure as an effective mitigation strategy. This is due to limited evidence, which is still an issue in most states more than four months after Covid-19's first case was reported. Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday called the report "offensive" and said the travel bans in China and Europe were the first mistake the federal government made in failing to stop the report from spreading in China.