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CBS News 11 Dec 2020

Cuomo announces NYC must close indoor dining as COVID rates rise


New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced an update on COVID-19 restrictions, including an end to indoor dining in New York City as of Monday. "The federal government must provide relief to these bars and restaurants," Cuomo said. Watch his remarks.

During a press conference, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the state will be following the new CDC guidelines that if after five days there is no stabilization in hospitalizations he will clamp down on indoor dining. Aired on 12/07/2020.
Mayor Bill de Blasio gives an update on New York City's indoor dining ban at his Coronavirus briefing.
Six million more people in England are to live under Tier 4 coronavirus restrictions after the UK government said case numbers were rising at a "dangerous rate".

Hospital Covid admissions have reached the highest level since April, at the height of the first wave of the pandemic.

The Tier 4 restrictions from 26 December will include Sussex, Oxfordshire, Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire, all of Essex, Waverley in Surrey and Hampshire, with the exception of the New Forest.

The Tier 4 rules mean people must stay at home unless they are at work or in education. They can meet one other person in an open public space and all non-essential shops must close. People should not enter or leave a Tier 4 area.

George Alagiah presents BBC News at Ten reporting by political correspondent Laila Nathoo.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Friday announced that indoor dining would be suspended again in New York City -- marking the latest devastating blow for struggling businesses in the Big Apple.

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