Some regions in NY are growing frustrated after the state delayed the planned beginning of Phase 2 of reopening economies as the recovery from novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues. The MTA now cleans and disinfects trains every day. "They are deceptively effective, they are amazingly effective, and we've made them mandatory in public settings, public transportation, etc". "We have numbers. They are the smartest data-based reopening plan in the country, I believe".
"So my point to our friends in the Congress - stop abusing NY, stop abusing New Jersey, stop abusing MA and IL and MI and Pennsylvania - stop abusing the states who bore the brunt of the COVID virus through no fault of their own", Cuomo said.
"That's a lie, they know that they take more money", said Cuomo.
"We are ready to cut I mean I probably speak for every barbers and hairstylist out there we miss our customers", said Jeff Schaperjahn.
"I'm not into free agents", de Blasio said.
"We have metrics", Cuomo said during a radio appearance on Thursday, May 28. When the reopening of phase one ends, we'll give the experts all the data. Then, local officials were quietly told late at night that they would not be able to reopen as planned.
Cuomo said today the experts had completed their review. Voters are still giving him high marks on handling the crisis itself, and just 38% of voters say the state Legislature should reassert its role in determining the state response by holding a session. "These states, that I mentioned, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Michigan, New York, California are all under water, deep in debt". On Thursday, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio held a virtual press conference and announced that the city will likely enter phase one of its reopening "in the first or second week of June".
Protests in Albany on May 16. The first phase included businesses in construction and manufacturing, among other industries.
The comic additionally spoke about persevering with social distancing.
"It was the single dumbest decision anyone could make if they wanted to kill people", said a man who pulled his 88-year-old father from a Brooklyn nursing home only to have his father die of the Wuhan virus at home shortly after.