For the first day in months, New York City witnessed zero confirmed deaths due to coronavirus, current records show.

The first confirmed COVID-19 death in the Big Apple occurred on March 11 with the death toll reaching its horrible peak at 590 on April 7, according to records put out by the city.

Those same records show that there were zero confirmed coronavirus deaths Wednesday, with three deaths listed as having a “probable” connection to COVID-19. Those probable deaths could later be reclassified as confirmed as more information emerges.

Despite that caveat, the news offers a glimmer of hope to New Yorkers who’ve been awash in tragedy for months.