New York City has been grossly affected by the Coronavirus.
Most COVID-19 cases that have been reported across the United States hailed from this city. It’s perhaps because of the could-not-care-less kind of attitude New Yorkers showed in the early phase of the outbreak.
Governor Cuomo is really curious to find out the cause behind the growing number of deaths. He’s in astonishment as to why the death rate isn’t decreasing amid one month of lockdown. He wants to get to the crux of the problem somehow.
Businesses, educational institutes, government offices – everything has been shut down all over the country because of the ongoing wave of coronavirus.
Most things have been closed for an uncertain period of time but the NY governor has broken the silence over the schools across the city.
Schools in New York city will stay closed till the end of the current academic year, as per the recent announcement made by the governor, Andrew Cuomo.
Schools will be reopened as soon as the next academic year commences.
He hasn’t made his mind as far as the summer schools are concerned. He’s still beseeching teachers to suggest some plans that could help resume educational activities without compromising the social distancing parameters enforced by the government in place.
Cuomo is very much precarious about announcing a date for the recommencement of business activities across the city. He has yet not ascertained if he is going to follow in the footsteps of neighboring state Connecticut and reopen all the businesses on 20th of May.
Nevertheless, he has given a hint about his forthcoming announcement regarding the resumption of all sorts of activities in the city. He is likely to give his verdict around 15th of May. Those who are waiting for more news with bated breath should keep waiting till 15th of this month.