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Daily Briefings From Albany Are Coming To A Close

Written by on June 18, 2020

Yesterday, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that he was going to end his daily briefings from Albany on Friday.


During his briefing, he said:

“I’m going to finish these daily briefings on Friday and will only do them as necessary. We are turning the page on the immediacy of this crisis.”

The daily briefings from the governor and his officials have been held for 109 days straight, beginning with the first confirmed case of the coronavirus in New York State.

Cuomo seemed to be in a good mood. He announced that the data showed that there were only 17 deaths statewide, the lowest since the pandemic began in March.

While things are looking good in New York State, there was still some criticism of how the federal government has been handling things.

“Facts are facts, and the federal government is making a mistake,” Gov. Cuomo said. “A historical mistake on the way it is handling this COVID crisis and how it is now advising states and the people of this nation.

“We’re Americans, and we care about other Americans, and if other states are going up, they can spread it to New York,” Gov. Cuomo said. “What happens when those people get on planes and fly to New York?”


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