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    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday extended the state’s moratorium on evictions through the end of the year. The statewide moratorium, which was scheduled to expire this week, will be extended until Jan. 1 for residents that have had a financial hardship during the coronavirus pandemic. New York put a stop to evictions on March 20, near the outset of the coronavirus outbreak. A New York State moratorium on commercial evictions and foreclosures is in effect until Oct. 20. NY GOV. CUOMO MAY USE NATIONAL GUARD ON ELECTION DAY Tens of thousands of New Yorkers are reportedly at risk of eviction when the policy expires, as the state struggles to regain its financial footing after a severe coronavirus outbreak in...
    The worst college coronavirus outbreak in New York that has forced a campus to shut down has been plagued by isolation party selfies, suspensions and even a COVID-19 SWAT team.  The State University of New York at Oneonta was forced to cancel in-person classes for the fall earlier this month following the huge COVID-19 outbreak. Since returning to campus, more than 670 students - a tenth of the student population - have tested positive for COVID-19. SUNY Oneonta currently has the worst on-campus COVID-19 outbreak in the state and one of the largest in the United States.  Some have blamed the outbreak on the university's lack of COVID-19 screening when students returned to campus and a failure to monitor parties and...
    Speaking at a press conference on Tuesday, New York governor Andrew Cuomo ranted, “Donald Trump caused the COVID outbreak in New York,” then immediately chanted again, “Donald Trump caused the COVID outbreak in New York.” Cuomo’s rant against Trump began, “Donald Trump caused the COVID outbreak in New York. Donald Trump caused the COVID outbreak in New York. That is a fact. It’s a fact that he admitted and the CDC admitted and Fauci admitted. The China virus, the China virus, the China virus. It was not the China virus. It was the European virus that came to New York. They missed it. They missed it. The China virus went to Europe. It got on a plane. It went to...
    Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) blamed the outbreak of the Chinese coronavirus in New York entirely on President Trump during Tuesday’s press briefing, criticizing the president for the “too little, too late” travel ban on Europe in March. “Donald Trump caused the COVID outbreak in New York,” Cuomo said, repeating his claim. “That is a fact. It’s a fact that he admitted and the CDC admitted and Fauci admitted.” “The China virus, the China virus, the China virus. It was not the China virus,” the governor said, repeating his long-held narrative of the “European virus,” not the China virus, infecting his state: It was the European virus that came to New York. They missed it. They missed it. The China virus...
    Meaghan Ellis September 8, 2020 0 Comments New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) criticized President Donald Trump’s coronavirus pandemic response as he blamed the president for the virus’ spread throughout the state of New York. During a press conference on Tuesday, Cuomo offered a brief overview of all that has transpired over the last several months due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to Cuomo, Trump and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are responsible for the rapid spread of the virus at the beginning of the pandemic. “Donald Trump caused the COVID outbreak in New York,” Cuomo said. “That is a fact. It’s a fact that he admitted and the CDC admitted and Fauci admitted.” Cuomo recalled...
    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday that President Trump caused the pandemic destruction in New York by failing to block travel from Europe earlier. “Donald Trump caused the COVID outbreak in New York. That is a fact,” Cuomo said. Cuomo added that the viral strain that hit New York, the first epicenter of the virus in the United States, came from Europe with millions of travelers to New York long before Trump’s March travel ban. “It was not the ‘China virus.’ It was the European virus that came to New York,” Cuomo said. “And then 3 million Europeans got on the plane and came to New York, and they brought the virus. January, they brought the...
    New York Gov. Andrew CuomoAndrew CuomoNew York infection rate stays below 1 percent for 30 straight days Symone Sanders warns of 'K-shaped' economic recovery benefiting wealthy Scarborough calls on Cuomo to walk back statement he made about Trump: 'Out of bounds' MORE (D) said Tuesday that President TrumpDonald John TrumpTed Cruz, longtime fan of 'The Princess Bride,' swipes at cast members' plans to reunite to raise money for Democrats Trump casts wide net in Labor Day press conference Biden vows to be 'strongest labor president you've ever had' MORE “caused the COVID[-19] outbreak in New York” by not announcing a European travel ban sooner.  The New York governor criticized Trump and the federal government for not providing funding to New...
    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) accused President Donald Trump of being personally responsible for the coronavirus outbreak that devastated his state throughout the pandemic. During a news conference on Tuesday, Cuomo railed against the lack of federal action and tore into Trump for what he deemed a “ludicrous” threat to cut funding to cities that don’t crack down more on violent protests the country has seen lately. He went on to say Trump is “actively trying to kill New York City,” and slammed the president over a multitude of policy and funding issues. “Donald Trump caused the Covid outbreak in New York,” Cuomo declared. Cuomo made his argument by saying Trump repeatedly railed against the “China virus,”...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Peaches sold in New York and Connecticut have been recalled in connection to a salmonella outbreak.Do not eat any recalled Wawona-brand bagged peaches purchased at ALDI stores between June 1 and the present.The items were also made available for purchase through Instacart.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued the food safety alert for the salmonella outbreak on Wednesday night.RELATED | Red onion recall: Salmonella outbreak linked to onions expands to hundreds of people sickened in 43 statesConsumers should throw the peaches away - even if some were already eaten and no one got sick.People are also advised to wash and sanitize the places where the recalled peaches were stored, including counter tops or refrigerator drawers...
    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks during a daily briefing following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Manhattan in New York City, New York, July 13, 2020.Mike Segar | Reuters New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday urged the New York City Police Department to "step up" in enforcing social distancing rules on bars and restaurants as coronavirus hospitalizations in the state hit a new low. New York conducted about 54,000 tests on Sunday and less than 1% came back positive for Covid-19, Cuomo said on a conference call with reporters. The state also hit new lows for the number of people hospitalized, in intensive care and intubated, he said. "We need the NYPD to step up," he...
    This digitally-colorized scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicts a number of purple-colored Yersinia pestis bacteria, the pathogen that causes bubonic plague. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) The plague, while rare, still infects a few thousand people annually. The US reports an average of seven case of plague a year, and the World Health Organization gets 1,000 to 2,000 reports of the infection annually. Without treatment, the bubonic plague can kill up to 60% of people who get the disease. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. In early July, amidst a global pandemic, health authorities in China were forced to send out an alert warning the public of a potential outbreak of bubonic plague. After a...
    Andrew Cuomo has refused to accept blame for his decision to return coronavirus patients to their nursing homes, despite the directive being blamed by many for contributing to the more than 6,000 New York nursing home deaths.  More patients died in New York nursing homes than in nursing homes in any other state. 'Yes, we had more people die in nursing homes than anywhere else – because we had more people die,' Cuomo told MSNBC on Monday.  'Because the federal government missed the boat and never told us that this virus was coming from Europe and not from China.'  Andrew Cuomo, appearing on MSNBC Monday, blamed the federal government for deaths in New York nursing homes. On March 25...