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Despite all time lows for COVID data points, Democrat cities remain in lockdown *except for protests

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The Corona danger has passed, but Democrat mayors and governors continue to hold Americans hostage to their malevolent election goals. Look at New York. Protests of hundreds and thousands continue, but the city remains in insufferable lockdown.

Full-on tyranny. It’s been coming slow for a long time, and now it’s coming fast. Super fast.

Look at New York.

In a Wednesday press conference, Governor Andrew Cuomo reported new lows for multiple COVID-19 data points in New York State. On Tuesday, the state reported 17 deaths, which is the lowest since the pandemic onset. The daily hospitalization tally is at its lowest since March 20th, with 1479 total on Tuesday. Additionally, the state tested 60,000 people yesterday, and less than 1% total tested positive for the coronavirus, which is one of the lowest rates in the nation. He urged New Yorkers to stay the course and continue wearing a mask to keep the state on a positive trend.

And still we are in lockdown.

ABC News: NEW YORK (WABC) — Governor Andrew Cuomo said that he believes the federal government is making a “historic mistake” in the way they are handling states reopening, as 20 states now have coronavirus cases on the rise.

“There are going to be real life and death consequences to this,” Cuomo said. “They have increased their projections to show that almost 90,000 more people are going to die by August.”

The total deaths projected for the United States is 149,000.

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NEW YORK STATE
New York state has recorded the lowest number of deaths — 17 — since pandemic began, with 15 fatalities in hospitals and two in nursing homes.

Cuomo said that out of 60,000 new tests in New York, less than 1% of people tested positive.

Cuomo announced that New York City would enter Phase 2 of reopening on Monday, June 22, with the Mid-Hudson region to follow Tuesday and Long Island on Wednesday. All other regions in the state are in Phase 3.

Raw Video: Gov. Andrew Cuomo announces the lowest COVID-19 infection rates across the state since the start of the pandemic.

NEW YORK CITY
Mayor Bill de Blasio tested negative for the coronavirus, getting the test after he felt under the weather earlier this week. The mayor said five new community testing sites would be opening up across the city, and 10 testing vans will also be up and running this summer.

City residents can call 844-NYC-4NYC if they need a test or have tested positive and need assistance.

The city remained well below the required thresholds for hospitalizations, ICU patients, and percentage of people testing positive.

NEW JERSEY
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy said at New Jersey Higher Education released guidance for colleges and universities, laying out the framework for the preparations for the upcoming summer sessions and the Fall 2020 semester. Higher education clinical, labs, and hands on training centers will reopen on July 1.

The state’s infection rate stands at .07%.

On Tuesday, there were 330 new positive COVID-19 test results for a statewide total of 167,703. Murphy said 47 additional deaths raised the toll to 12,769.

The state also released the guidelines for self-care businesses like hair and nail salons to reopen next Monday.

CONNECTICUT
Connecticut entered Phase 2 of reopening on Wednesday, meaning many new types of businesses — including movie theaters, nail salons and gyms — are once again opening their doors.

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