Cuomo warns New Yorkers to stay “ntelligen” on coronavirus, before warning revellers: “E don’t make me come there

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As New York gradually emerges from its months-long freeze in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Andrew Cuomo warned New Yorkers on Saturday to stay “smart” about precautions — even warning Big Apple revellers not to “get me down there” by denying themselves precautions.

“E tell the citizens of this state who are the ones who have accomplished the impossible, they are the ones who reduce this rate of transmission: You must remain intelligent. Keep doing what we’re doing. Don’t give up,” he said at a news conference on Saturday. “Don’t think, “Well, now we’re reopening. Everything’s fine. The weather is better. Everything’s fine. I hear New York is doing well. It’s the fact, but only because of what you’re doing.

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“‘is the secret from day one. Stop doing what you’re doing. You’ll see those numbers go around,” he said.

Later, he tweeted a warning in response to a video of crowds of New Yorkers revelling in the streets with few masks or social distancing: “Don’t bring me there,”

At the previous press conference, he said that “news is good” from the data they receive while parts of the state go through different phases of the four-step reopening process. In particular, he pointed to data showing that hospitalizations are the lowest since 20 March.

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Cuomo has come under fire for its management of the pandemic, with critics pointing to a now-changed order that required nursing homes to take in COVID-19 patients—where the elderly, most likely to suffer from severe symptoms of the virus, were housed. Cuomo and his administration maintain that he followed the guidelines issued by the Trump administration.

But, Cuomo noted that as other states see an increase in cases and hospitalizations, so far there are no indicators happening in New York, even though the state has been hardest hit in the country, especially in New York.

“so have they done it. We’ve tamed the beast. We are now a hundred and eighty degrees on the other side. The best number, the lowest number of deaths we’ve seen since the beginning,” he said. “T that’s the number I know turns my stomach and turns everyone’s stomach in this state. This is the most painful number and it is the lowest level since the beginning.

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But he warned New Yorkers to be careful, and for local governments to “enforce compliance.” He also renewed calls for protesters demonstrating in the wake of George Floyd’s death to be tested amid fears that protests could be fertile ground for VOCIDE.

“To the protesters. I say wear a mask. It’s the law,” he said.

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