NYC coronavirus cases top 100,000, death toll reaches nearly 7,000

There are now more than 100,000 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in New York City, officials said Sunday.

The state reported a new Big Apple tally of 103,208 Sunday, or 4,900 overnight.

The city also saw another 531 deaths in the past 24 hours, for a grim total of 6,898, state authorities said.

The city — which keeps its own, separate tally

 — had counted 104,410 cases but 6,182 deaths as of 5 p.m. Sunday.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Sunday that statistics related to the contagion are “flattening” across the state — but warned that New York’s suburbs and rural areas are the next to be hit.

The bulk of both the state’s virus cases and deaths have predominantly been in the Big Apple.