New York City Councilman Mark D. Levine agrees with Cuomo.
In response, late Friday, Cuomo modified his executive order to allow for gatherings of 10 people or less "for any lawful purpose" as long as social distancing and cleaning protocols are followed.
That restriction sparked a lawsuit by the New York Civil Liberties Union, which said that if it was safe to meet in order to honor veterans and celebrate religious ceremonies, the Constitution requires that the same right be extended to people who meet. for other reasons.
In what some say is a "shocking" move, Gov. Andrew Cuomo is allowing New Yorkers to legally gather in small groups.
Governor Cuomo has argued the decision to reopen should be founded in statewide metrics based on the number of hospitalizations and availability of hospital beds.
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On Friday, Hertha Berlin thrashed neighbours Union Berlin 4-0 at the Olympic Stadium in the derby to go 10th. Wolfsburg midfielder Felix Klaus's late dismissal for a foul on Manuel Akanji ended any hopes of a comeback.
NY has been the epicenter of the coronavirus in the US, with more than 350,000 confirmed cases.
"I've been really clear about the beaches; they are closed for swimming", de Blasio said Friday at his daily coronavirus briefing.
"We can not see people going to the beaches in large numbers, crowding together".
Around 5,000 people remain hospitalised.
At Orchard Beach in the Bronx, which was crowded a weekend earlier during ideal outdoor weather, the parking lots were largely empty except for the large puddles that had formed after a morning of steady rain and occasional rumbles of thunder.
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Many church leaders have chosen to cooperate with state and local health authorities in planning when and how to reopen. Paul Lutheran Church in Davenport, Iowa, and publisher of the Christian Century magazine.
Eighty-four people died from COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, down from 109 the previous day - and the lowest total since March 24. And the doctor said, 'if I were you, I would look for 100.
The indicators used by the city and the state, while not exactly the same, "are in line with one another", and the two administrations are in constant communication, said Cuomo's top aide, Melissa DeRosa.
'Health specialists, chosen authorities, as well as law enforcement officer all concur that people can be outdoors securely while exercising social distancing, as well as it's essential that legislators develop standards as well as straight police evenly'. "But if they need some reminders, of course there'll be people out there educating, giving out face coverings".
The NYCLU filed the lawsuit on behalf of New York City resident Linda Bouferguen, who the group says was twice arrested outside City Hall for protesting the state's shutdown.
Libya's GNA says it is targeting Haftar's retreating forces
The LNA launched its campaign to take Tripoli last April, initially making inroads before reaching a stalemate with GNA forces. The focus of the conflict has shifted towards Tarhouna, the biggest remaining LNA stronghold in northwest Libya.