Gov. Andrew Cuomo in recent days has talked about a regional approach to reopening businesses in New York as a way to slowly bring back the state’s economy.
Any plan would likely start with parts of upstate New York that have had the fewest coronavirus cases and deaths. More than 90% of the deaths, hospitalizations and cases have been in New York City and its suburbs.
”We operate as one state, but we also have to understand variations,” Cuomo said Tuesday in Buffalo.You do want to get this economy open as soon as possible. And if a situation is radically different in one part of the state than another part of the state, take that into consideration.”
Non-essential businesses and schools in New York are closed through May 15th , but Cuomo and regional leaders have talked about moving soon after to at least ease of the restrictions in parts of the state.
On Monday, Cuomo announced a “Reimagine New York” task force of the downstate county leaders to rebuild the area’s economy.
Gov. Cuomo: Well the CDC guidance says before any state should open you need two weeks of flat or declining numbers, right? So by the feds CDC guidance we are not there yet. So even by a region we’d have to do two weeks of flat or declining.”
The president has continued to predict the country will quickly return to normal and bounce back like never before, but he has limited say in when and how that could begin. Many governors have instituted stay-at-home orders and other lockdowns until at least June.
And Dr. Anthony Fauci, the government’s top expert on infectious diseases, has cautioned that the virus dictates the timeline and warned that to “gradually” reopen the country widespread testing must be in place, so doctors can better identify, isolate and trace cases.
Asked about the need for nationwide testing in order to send Americans back to work at Thursday’s briefing, the president largely dismissed the question, touting the country’s testing of two million people “a milestone anywhere,” while saying that testing all 325 million Americans is impractical and “not gonna happen.”
Kemp, a Republican serving in his first term, was one of the last governors to impose a stay-at-home order for his state, which took effect on April 3.
Citing “favorable data, enhanced testing and approval of our health care professionals,” Kemp said Monday that some businesses once deemed nonessential, like fitness centers, tattoo parlors and nail salons, can welcome back customers starting Friday.
In a tweet on Friday, the president reiterated his most recent stance that it was too soon for Georgia to reopen.
Savannah Mayor Van Johnson: said the governor’s decision was “reckless” on CNN earlier this week, adding he was “beyond disturbed” by it.Georgia Department of Public Health reported that as of Friday afternoon, there have been 892 deaths in the state related to.
Carolyn Goodman, the independent mayor of Las Vegas:, has said she wants the city’s casinos, hotels and stadiums to quickly reopen in an interview that attracted widespread criticism. “I want our restaurants open. I want our small businesses open. I want people back in employment,” “I’d love everything open because I think we’ve had viruses for years that have been here,” the mayor added. “I want us open in the city of Las Vegas so our people can go back to work.”
The interview quickly attracted criticism, with one veteran Nevada journalist calling it “the single most embarrassing thing” he had seen from a state politician in 35 years.
I believe Las Vegas Mayor, and Georgia Governor can learn from these 2 great leaders, Governor Cuomo and Mayor Bill De Blasio and maybe use there template in there respected states.
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