NY's Gov. Cuomo: 'Now is not the time to slack off'

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Published on April 6, 2020 - Duration: 02:24s

NY's Gov. Cuomo: 'Now is not the time to slack off'

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Monday that recent data suggests the state's coronavirus crisis may be hitting a plateau, but warned residents to stay vigilant in their social distancing efforts.


NY's Gov. Cuomo: 'Now is not the time to slack off'

"This is an enemy we have underestimated from day one and we have paid the price dearly," Cuomo said during a news conference in Albany, New York on Monday (April 6).

He told New Yorkers to continue their social distancing efforts even though data - including hospitalizations and deaths - suggest the state's crisis may be hitting a plateau.

Cuomo also told a news briefing that he was extending an order to keep non-essential businesses and schools closed for another two weeks until April 29.

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