New York City is seeing nearly double the amount of people in Covid-19 hospital admissions, Mayor Bill de Blasio said during Friday’s news conference, referring to the number as “meaningful movement.”

At least 84 people were admitted to hospitals across the city as of June 3, the mayor said, up from 48 admissions reported the day before.

ICU admissions were at 344 Wednesday, which is below the city’s goal of 400, de Blasio said.

The percentage of people that are testing positive for Covid-19 is at 4% and that number is “very good,” de Blasio said.