New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a new executive order has been issued, any New York employee who voluntarily travels to a COVID-19 "high-risk state" after June 25 will be ineligible for paid sick leave from New York's COVID-19 paid sick leave law.
The travel advisory, which started Thursday, applies to states with a positive coronavirus test rate that's higher than 10 per 100,000 people and to states that have a seven-day rolling average of at least 10% positive tests.
Pastor Sedgwick Easley, of Union Baptist Church in Hempstead, says he still feels it's not safe to allow that many people inside the church so he is ignoring the judge's ruling.
Cuomo signed the order Friday saying that he wanted to maintain New York's progress battling the pandemic.
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This is the fifth consecutive day that coronavirus infections have increased by more than 15,000. THE STATE recorded 6,368 positive cases of Covid-19 , taking the total to 1,59,133 on Saturday.
The student returned from Florida, where COVID-19 cases have been spiking in recent days, and began showing symptoms after attending the ceremony last weekend.
The state recorded 616 new infections, also its fewest number of cases since mid-March.
New York City, the epicenter of the authentic outbreak in the United States, only entered Section I of its reopening system on June 8 (and Period 2 on June 22).
Cuomo says indoor dining has been "problematic" in other states, while outdoor dining is going well.
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In keeping with the state and nationwide trend toward younger people testing positive, the median age of Florida patients is 34. Speaking at a press conference yesterday, he said: "We've advised that's something that could make an impact".
State health officials have expressed concern about the rate of positive cases and other key metrics that measure the spread of the virus in North Carolina. He says a lack of compliance with social distancing is mostly to blame. That was months following some states - mostly clustered in the South and Southwest opened their doors in an attempt to restart the economic climate.
"A number of cities and states have unfortunately been moving in the wrong direction and we do see a nexus to a particular problem, we all love indoor dining, but we also see problems related with indoor dining", de Blasio told reporters during a press conference Monday.
NY still leads the nation in COVID-19 deaths with almost 25,000, according to the state's official tally, which doesn't include people who likely died of the disease. He added the filter will also be recommended for offices.
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Si Emmanuel Macron a prévu de remanier le gouvernement début juillet, le sort réservé à Edouard Philippe est encore incertain. A Lille en revanche, la maire sortante, la socialiste Martine Aubry, a fini par l'emporter d'un cheveu face au candidat vert.