What happened to Andrew Cuomo after the White House meeting?
Despite traveling to Washington, DC, for a high-profile meeting at the White House, Cuomo laid low afterward and didn’t appear in public — even though Republican Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson addressed journalists outside.
Will Tom Suozzi accept Andrew Cuomo’s endorsement?
Rep. Tom Suozzi is a moderate in the three-way primary race for governor. Reuters/Eduardo Munoz He can’t quit Cuo. Rep. Tom Suozzi said he would welcome an endorsement from disgraced ex-Gov. Andrew Cuomo to his gubernatorial run with open arms during Thursday night’s debate. “Yes, I would accept his endorsement.
Did Cuomo cover up nursing home death data?
Sign up for our special edition newsletter to get a daily update on the coronavirus pandemic. Gov. Andrew Cuomo avoided reporters on Friday amid growing controversy over The Post’s revelation that a top aide admitted his administration covered up nursing home death data due to a pending federal probe.
Who are Governor Andrew Cuomo and Governor Phil Hutchinson?
In a statement issued later in the afternoon, Cuomo and Hutchinson — who are the chairman and vice-chairman of the National Governors Association, respectively — said that “the president and his team made clear that they recognize and appreciate how critical this targeted relief is for our ability to recover from this pandemic.”
The governor said effective Wednesday, the state will adopt the new CDC guidance that eases mask requirements for fully vaccinated people. The new guidance still calls for wearing masks in crowded indoor settings like buses, planes, hospitals, prisons and homeless shelters but will help clear the way for reopening workplaces, schools, and other venues — even removing the need fo…
Gov. Cuomo’s Monday Briefing
There are some caveats in the new CDC guidance. Officials encouraged people who have weak immune systems, such as from organ transplants or cancer treatment, to talk with their doctors before shedding their masks. That’s because of continued uncertainty about whether the vaccines can rev up a weakened immune system as well as they do normal, health…
Wednesday marks May 19 — the date the governor set for “major reopening” steps for New York state. Effective Wednesday: 1. Most capacity restrictions lifted for restaurants, museums, retail, offices, etc. 2. Outdoor food and beverage curfew lifted Monday 3. Indoor food and beverage curfew lifts May 31 4. Outdoor gathering limit has increased to 500 5. Indoor gathering limit incr…
from The Governor’s Office
Business Mask Rules Given that the CDC has advised that fully vaccinated individuals do not need to wear masks and over 52 percent of New Yorkers over the age of 18 are fully vaccinated, the State will authorize businesses to continue to require masks for all in their establishments, consistent with the CDC guidance. In most settings, vaccinated individuals will not be required t…