NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo Bans Indoor Seating In NYC Restaurants, Tells President To “Put A Mask On It”

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NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo Bans Indoor Seating In NYC Restaurants, Tells President To “Put A Mask On It”
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo delayed indoor dining in New York City indefinitely, urged President Donald Trump to “put a mask on it” and warned of “storm clouds” as infections rise in 35 states.

Eating inside restaurants is the latest casualty in the phased reopening. Two weeks ago, the governor yanked movie theaters as well as malls and gyms from Phase 4 statewide pending more study of large enclosed gathering places.

Meanwhile, New York has announced a travel advisory for people arriving from 16 states with rising Covid rates as it seeks to safeguard its dramatic turnaround from the epicenter of the pandemic to a state with one of the the best metrics in the country. A frustrated Cuomo acknowledged that a required quarantine will be hard to enforce, focused on gathering information from travelers arriving at airports and spot checking their whereabouts during the quarantine period.

New York has tested 4 million people
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