‘We should have provided more information faster’: Cuomo acknowledges data void in NY nursing home COVID-19 deaths

ALBANY, N.Y. — Gov. Andrew Cuomo defended his administration against accusations of wrongdoing on Monday while conceding officials should have been more forthcoming with data related to nursing homes deaths during the COVID-19 crisis. The governor, facing mounting criticism over the state’s handling of elder care facilities and an aide’s admission to lawmakers that the state held back information out of fear the Trump administration would use it as political fodder, took responsibility for the delays personally. “In retrospect, we should have prioritized providing more information,” Cuomo said…

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