New hospital metrics could mean the end of NYC indoor dining soon, Cuomo says

NEW YORK — Gov. Andrew Cuomo vowed Monday to shut down indoor dining in New York City if the coronavirus crisis that is overwhelming hospitals does not show signs of easing. Speaking along with Dr. Anthony Fauci, the governor warned that the state has no choice but to reimpose harsh restrictions as health systems near capacity with COVID-19 rates relentlessly rising. The governor angrily lashed out at some Staten Island residents who are vocally resisting the coronavirus restrictions. “Freedom? You mean freedom to die?” Cuomo said. “Congratulations. More people have died.” Cuomo derided the sm…

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