Cuomo offers path to reopening parts of New York as coronavirus death toll dips to 226

NEW YORK — Gov. Andrew Cuomo Monday laid out a path that could see some regions of upstate New York start to reopen as soon as May 15 as the coronavirus death toll took a significant drop to 226.Even as the Democratic governor said that statewide shutdown rules will officially expire in less than two weeks, he laid out stringent conditions that must be met before even little-impacted regions can start to reopen.“Regions can start to reopen and do their own analysis, but these are the facts that they have to have in place to do it,” he said.Cuomo laid out an intricate set of requirements, inclu...


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