WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The less populated areas of New York, Virginia and Maryland took the first steps toward locking up on Friday, part of a patchwork approach to the coronavirus pandemic shaped by the Political departments throughout the United States.
Construction and manufacturing facilities in five of the 10 New York areas have been given a green light to restart operations, although New York City, the country's most populous city, is still in strict limit.
Joe Dundon, who had construction work in Binghamton, New York, was able to start over after closing in March, saying he had a long backlog of kitchen and bathroom remodeling projects and Some estimates line up on Friday.
We are excited to be back at work, he said.
New York State, where both bustling Manhattan and rolling hills and farmland stretches to the Canadian border, is the global focus of the pandemic but rural areas are not as severely affected as New City is. York.
Statewide, outbreaks are occurring. Gov. coronavirus hospital admissions in New York fell to 6,394, one-third the highest level a month ago, Governor Andrew Cuomo said Friday. The number of new coronavirus deaths was 132 on Thursday, the state's lowest daily total since March 25, he told a brief news report.
Cuomo said New York will join the nearby states of New Jersey, Connecticut and Delwar at the beaches that are partially open for the Memorial Day holiday …
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