The Hill
The Hill 11 Dec 2020

JUST IN: Cuomo ENDS INDOOR DINING in New York City due to COVID-19


Gov. Andrew Cuomo announces that indoor dining in New York City will cease due to a surge in the Coronavirus.

New York City has set itself an ambitious task of administering one million COVID-19 vaccine doses by the end of the month.

To help hit that target, several hundred vaccination centers are being set up to ramp up delivery.

Officials hope such moves will help speed up a vaccine rollout that started off slower than many had hoped.
During a news conference on Sunday, NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo spoke about New York City school closures due to COVID-19.
Indoor dining was shut down in New York City as part of Governor Andrew Cuomo's plan to slow the spread of COVID-19. This comes as the city's mayor, Bill de Blasio, pushes for a citywide shutdown of non-essential businesses after Christmas. CBSN's Tanya Rivero spoke with Erin Durkin, a reporter for Politico New York and the co-author of New York Playbook, about what this means for businesses that are already struggling to survive.
Hear from members of the Sikh community in New York City who hit the streets to show solidarity with the farmers in India protesting government reforms.

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