The death toll from coronaviruses in New York passed the 1,000 mark on Sunday evening, a gloomy indication that the state’s fight against the virus will require even more daring efforts. The news comes after Governor Andrew Cuomo recorded 237 new deaths from the virus in New York overnight, the largest 24-hour increase ever. “I don’t think there is a way to look at these numbers without seeing thousands of people die,” said Cuomo. On Sunday, Mount Sinai Hospital and Samaritan’s Purse, a Christian aid organization, began setting up an emergency field hospital in Central Park to respond to the expected increase in the number of coronavirus patients. The hospital tents will have 68 beds and 10 intensive care beds. New York has at least 59,513 confirmed cases of coronavirus, including 33,768 in New York. Across the country, 143,055 people have now been infected, according to the latest figures from Johns Hopkins University on Monday morning, and 2,513 people have died as a result of the disease.