Cuomo: Indoor dining delayed in NYC, storm clouds “on the horizon”
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday that indoor dining won’t be allowed to resume when New York City reaches Phase 3 of reopening next week. It will be delayed “until the facts change and it is prudent to open,” he said.
“This is a New York City-only modification because frankly, it’s a problem that is most pronounced in New York City,” he said.
He said New York state is “doing great” in terms ofnumbers. The number or COVID-19 hospitalizations has stayed below 900 for four consecutive days.
But Cuomo said he feels “there are storm clouds on the horizon.”
New York City, once the U.S. epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, has new problems, he said. Citizen compliance with measures to protect against COVID-19 – like wearing masks – are slipping. And local government is not enforcing compliance “to a sufficient basis,” he said.
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[Source: CBS News]