Gov. Cuomo Predicts COVID-19 Bump For NY Amid Surge In Other States

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo predicted New York will see another bump in coronavirus cases because of the pandemic’s surge in many southern and western states — and admitted the quarantine he imposed on visitors from hotspot areas will be unable to stop it.

“Look, we’re doing everything we can. The quarantine, we have an enforcement mechanism. But, you know, how do you catch somebody driving in, right? I mean, it’s very very difficult, it’s trying to catch water in a screen,” Cuomo said Friday on WAMC radio.

Cuomo imposed a travel advisory on 19 states with rising COVID-19 infections — including California, Florida and Texas — that requires visitors from these areas to quarantine for 14 days upon entering New York.

“You’re going to see our numbers and the Northeast numbers probably start to increase because the virus that you see now in the south and the west, California has real trouble, it’s going to come back here,” he said.

Read more at THE NY POST.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. The number of people hospitalized for the coronavirus in New York state has dropped below 800, marking the first time since the virus flared up in March there were this few patients with the illness.
    The welcome news comes as the disease that killed over 20,000 New Yorkers surges in other states. On Friday, there were more than 70,000 new cases across the country, a new daily record.
    Overall, the number of confirmed cases in the United States stands at 3.1 million, meaning that one in every ten Americans have contracted the disease since it was brought over from Wuhan, China. Over 134,000 have died from it.

  2. Wait, how is that possible? I thought as long as everyone is forced to wear masks it’s impossible for covid to spread???

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