Proving yet again both his wisdom and his leadership, Governor Andrew Cuomo made the right call to keep all New York K-12 schools and college facilities closed for the remainder of the academic year to prevent further spread of the coronavirus, on Friday, May 1.
So the president thinks he’s qualified to give medical advice…
‘The Earth is our environment to protect and the garden to tend to.” That’s what Pope Francis said on Earth Day five years ago, in 2015. It was a different time then.
The global coronavirus pandemic has forced every man, woman and child around the world to live under a new normal. It hasn’t been easy — especially at a time when people usually join together.
Even as roughly 1.3 million cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed worldwide, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has been doing an incredible job keeping New Yorkers informed about the pandemic, which has hit the Empire State especially hard. He reports regularly on the facts, the science and the dire needs of the people.
There are so many struggling with the effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic, with few well-defined paths to good outcomes right now. The time is unique, but it gives us some feeling of control and comfort, it seems, to compare it to other times and look for historic ways of coping that have worked before and might work now.
Likening the coronavirus pandemic to being in a state of war, President Trump has been delivering daily updates to U.S. citizens, informing them not only of the number of confirmed cases and deaths, but also of just how the country is dealing with this critical emergency health crisis.