The Westchester County lawyer who was New York state’s second reported case of the new coronavirus has improved and been released from the hospital, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said on Sunday.

Lawrence Garbuz, a partner at the small Manhattan trust and estates law firm of Lewis & Garbuz who lives in New Rochelle, was hospitalized Feb. 27 and was said by authorities in early March to be in critical condition. But the governor said at a press conference that Garbuz had been released.

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