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That is a rule, not an 'I appreciate it if you did'.
Our No. 1 priority is protecting people in nursing homes, it's where it (COVID-19) feeds.
There has been at least one fatality because of this and there may be others that are now under investigation, this is every parents' nightmare, right, that your child may actually be affected by this virus.
What we found out is really good news and one of the few positives that I've heard in a long time.
We are called upon to deal with this crisis. We are in day 56, i believe everything we did was worth it.
Twenty one days of hell, and now we are back to where we were 21 days ago, testing is what we are compulsively or obsessively focused on now.
If the data holds and if this trend holds, we are past the high point and all indications at this point are that we are on a descent.
The testing which is informing us as to who can go back to work, helping us isolate people, it's about testing.
Is there any funding so I can do these things that you want us to do? 'No', that is passing the buck without passing the bucks.
We could lose all the progress we made in one week.
The president is clearly spoiling for a fight on this issue, the president will have no fight with me. I will not engage in it.
We think we are at the apex on the plateau, we could lose all the progress we made in one week.
This was a complete shutdown for now over one month of everything.
If we stop acting the way we are acting, you will see those numbers go up, we can't handle the worst-case scenario.
The number of patients hospitalized is down.
Found on CNN 2 years ago
Our behavior affects the number of cases, they are not descending on us from heaven.
Let's not get complacent, social distancing is working. ... That's why you see those numbers coming down.
We're not yet at the apex, we're getting closer ... Our reading of the projections is we're somewhere in the seven-day range, it's only been 30 days since our first case.
This is a big deal and it's going to make a significant difference for us.
It's only been 30 days since our first case.
This is a very good sign and a positive sign, again not 100% sure it holds ... but the arrows are headed in the right direction.
Our closeness makes us vulnerable.
It allows expedited purchasing and expedited hiring, which is what we need right now.
I think the anxiety and the fear is more of a problem than the virus.
This situation is not a situation that should cause undue fear.
NY's law enforcement officers put their lives on the line every day to keep us safe. These attacks are heinous.
Protecting New York's children is priority number one and, as technology evolves, we must ensure these advances don't become new avenues for dangerous predators to prey on new victims, these actions will provide safeguards for the players of these augmented reality games and help take one more tool away from those seeking to do harm to our children.
A fair day's wage for a fair day's work is a principle that this state was built upon, this administration is committed to stopping employers who exploit workers and deny them what they are rightfully owed.
Our first concern is for the health and safety of the residents close to the facility and ensuring the groundwater leak does not pose a threat.
We're paying $1 billion per year as taxpayers to pay for a shelter system and the homeless say, 'We're afraid to go into it,' it's not right to have a shelter system that is so dirty and unsafe, that people have to stay on the street corner.
We understand the price of aluminum is down. We get it, and we want to help.
Ms. Turner’s death is a tragedy for her loved ones, and it raises questions ... questions that deserve answers.
We will be the first state in the country to acknowledge the problem and say we’re going to create an independent prosecutor who does not have that kind of connection with the organized police departments.
This plot was 'Shawshank Redemption' meets 'Cool Hand Luke,'.
New York was the laboratory. And you know what? The sky didn't fall.
We have zero tolerance for anyone who aided or abetted these criminals, no matter how minor their role.
Capturing these killers and returning them to state custody remains our top priority, however, it's critically important to examine the circumstances that enabled these inmates to escape in the first place.
If you are on site, you see an oil sheen all over the area where the transformer went on fire, and it was a significant area that was covered by oil, foam and water.
This is animal abuse, pure and simple, i'm proud to sign this common-sense legislation and end these cruel and unacceptable practices in New York once and for all.
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