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Cuomo Promised to Track Down Everyone on First Qatar Coronavirus Flight, Didn’t Do It

Governor Cuomo is great at self-promotion. And he’s turned the coronavirus into a publicity tour for some sort of stealth presidential campaign. (It wouldn’t be the first time. Cuomo successfully ran a stealth gubernatorial campaign in the media against a blind black Democrat governor.)

But behind the scenes, he’s failed at the basic tasks of managing the disaster.

A 39-year-old woman took Flight 701 from Doha, Qatar, to John F. Kennedy International Airport in late February, the final leg of her trip home to New York City from Iran.

Another present for America from the Islamic terrorists of Iran and Qatar.

A week later, on March 1, she tested positive for the coronavirus, the first confirmed case in New York City of an outbreak that had already devastated China and parts of Europe. The next day, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, appearing with Mayor Bill de Blasio at a news conference, promised that health investigators would track down every person on the woman’s flight. But no one did.

Read the full story from Front Page Mag

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