The COVID Crisis: Gov Cuomo Says NY State May Be At Peak Of Coronavirus Outbreak

The peak of New York’s outbreak of coronavirus may be hitting the state now, if not within the coming days, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said during his Monday afternoon press briefing. Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: The Coronavirus Kills More Than 1K In 2 Days, State Figures Show

More than 2,600 New York City dwellers have died from novel coronavirus as of Saturday morning during a two-day spike that may have claimed more than 1,000 lives, according to the New York Governor’s chief aide and city data Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: New York Shutdown Extended 2 Weeks, Gov. Andrew Cuomo Says

New York state’s shutdown will be extended at least two more weeks, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said during a Sunday briefing on the state’s efforts to fight the spread of coronavirus. Continue Reading →

Julia Salazar, AOC And Others Call On Cuomo To Reject Medicaid Cuts, Raise Revenue

State Senator Julia Salazar and a coalition of city, state and federal lawmakers released an open letter to Governor Andrew Cuomo today calling on him to withdraw his proposed funding cuts. Continue Reading →

Stay-At-Home Coronavirus Order Issued For New York State

New York will go under a stay-in-place order after Gov. Andrew Cuomo issues an executive order that goes into effect Sunday. Continue Reading →

Harlem Rep. Espaillat Protect Commercial Renters In NY State During COVID-19 Outbreak

Representative Adriano Espaillat led members of the New York City congressional delegation to send a letter to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: Gov. Andrew Cuomo Halts Mortgage Payments, And Credit Card Fees

Mortgage payments, credit card fees and ATM fees will be waived in New York as the state grapples with the economic impact of its novel coronavirus response, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday. Continue Reading →

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