New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced orders for residents to stay at home over rising COVID-19 concerns — and said that the lockdown could last up to four months.
In a Friday press conference, Cuomo said that the stay at home order could last, “two, three, four months.”
“This is the most drastic action we can take,” Cuomo said.
The move follows California Governor Gavin Newsom’s shelter in place order from Thursday.
“This is not life as usual. Accept it. Realize it. And deal with it,” Cuomo said. He asked the public to “remain indoors to the greatest extent possible to protect physical and mental health. Your actions can affect my health; that’s where we are. We are all in quarantine.“
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