The Sun : Cuomo says parts of New York will open TOMORROW but everyone must stay vigilant in coronavirus fight

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NEW York Governor Cuomo said parts of New York will open tomorrow but he warned that everyone must stay vigilant in the coronavirus fight.

Cuomo confirmed that Central New York met all seven metrics to begin Phase 1 of reopening on May 15th, joining Mohawk Valley, Southern Tier, Finger Lakes, and the North Country.

The governor pointed out that it would have been impossible to police people's social interactions.

"I have not seen my mother since this started," Cuomo explained. "I could have, that's up to me. This is your relationship, your interaction, your family.

"We can tell you what we think is smart but that's up to individuals," he added. "This virus has only gotten worse the more we know.

"I hope you do it smartly but that's up to you."

He said businesses that choose to open will have to implement curb-side pickup and manufacturing businesses will have to provide PPE for their employees.

He said they would monitor how people behaved, the effect of the reopening on the numbers, and asses on a daily basis.

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