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New York to allow meetings of up to 10 people after NYCLU sued Cuomo

New Yorkers can hold ‘socially distant gatherings of ten people or less’ after Governor Cuomo was charged with only bringing together religious services and memorial services

  • The New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) announced on Friday that Governor Andrew Cuomo reversed his Thursday order after filing a lawsuit
  • NYCLU has filed a lawsuit on behalf of Linda Bouferguen, a New York City woman who was twice arrested outside City Hall for protesting the closure
  • “The right to protest and exercise freedom of expression is the foundation of all our other freedoms,” said lead lawyer Christopher Dunn.
  • NYC remains closed and will continue to do so until at least June, as the mayor, despite Long Island and mid-Hudson, will reopen the two regions around it next week

New Yorkers can gather in groups of ten following a lawsuit against Governor Andrew Cuomo’s government, leaving only memorial and religious services to have that number.

The New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) announced on Friday that the governor has reversed his order on Thursday after filing a lawsuit on behalf of Linda Bouferguen, a New York City woman arrested twice outside City Hall for protesting the closure from the state.

“We are pleased that last night’s governor reversed his governor’s course. The right to protest and to exercise freedom of expression is the foundation of all our other freedoms, and we need to be vigilant about its protection during a crisis, ” said Legal Director and Chief Lawyer on the case, Christopher Dunn , in a pronunciation.

The New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) announced on Friday that Governor Andrew Cuomo reversed his Thursday order after filing a lawsuit

The New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) announced on Friday that Governor Andrew Cuomo reversed his Thursday order after filing a lawsuit

Groups of 10 people or less will be able to hold meetings at a distance

Groups of 10 people or less will be able to hold meetings at a distance

Groups of 10 people or less will be able to hold meetings at a distance

“Health experts, elected officials and police officers all agree that people can be safely outside while taking social distance, and it is critical that legislators draft guidelines and uniformly enforce law enforcement.”

“New Yorkers have weathered this crisis with solidarity and resilience and have given the government enormous confidence to exercise its authority and protect them. To maintain that confidence, the government must take that responsibility seriously and treat all New Yorkers equally when we look at the coming months. ‘

On Tuesday, the governor announced that he would allow Memorial Day commemoration meetings. The next day, he announced that he would make an exception for religious services and ceremonies. They were given by decision on Thursday.

“We are pleased that last night’s governor reversed his governor’s course. The right to protest and to exercise freedom of expression is the foundation of all our other freedoms, and we need to be vigilant about its protection during a crisis, ” said Legal Director and Chief Lawyer on the case, Christopher Dunn , in a statement

New York City remains closed and will continue to do so until at least June, as the mayor, despite Long Island and mid-Hudson, will reopen the two regions around it next week.

Neither mid-Hudson nor Long Island has yet met the requirement of a 14-day decrease in coronavirus deaths, but Governor Cuomo said Friday he expected both regions to open next week, allowing them to open .

New York City met that goal and other weeks ago, but according to the mayor, it should at least remain closed until June for inexplicable reasons.

According to Cuomo’s requirements, the city must keep 30 percent of the ICU beds and 30 percent of the hospital beds.

The city is only two percent of the ICU target and three percent of the hospital bed capacity.

There are 21,000 beds spread over New York City’s hospital beds.

NYC remains the only region of New York that has not yet reopened despite the constantly declining coronavirus numbers

NYC remains the only region of New York that has not yet reopened despite the constantly declining coronavirus numbers

NYC remains the only region of New York that has not yet reopened despite the constantly declining coronavirus numbers

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