The Christian Post reported that Governor Andrew Cuomo is requesting that Samaritan’s Purse pay up taxes to the state of New York after the organization discharged its last patient this week.
The Christian humanitarian organization treated over 300 Wuhan virus patients at a temporary field hospital in New York City’s Central Park. The organized faced considerable criticism due to its religious background.
“We’re not in a position to provide any subsidies right now because we have a $13 billion deficit,” Cuomo remarked at a press briefing last week.
Per New York state law, individuals or entities working in the state for more than 14 days are subject to an income tax. However, in this case, the Christian Post noted that “organizations and healthcare workers came to the state to help fight the novel coronavirus outbreak at its epicenter after an appeal by the state government seeking assistance.”
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