March 20, New York’s 56th Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed an executive order to close all unnecessary businesses except for important businesses such as groceries and pharmacies to be opened. And have all employees stay at home except for the necessary service work To delay the spread of COVID-19, which will take effect on Sunday night, March 22.
The statement said the order was just a measure of the closure of the city. Which is going to be the highest step to closing the city. It’s easy to conclude that it’s not closing the city. Just close all unnecessary businesses or have employees work from home. Except the business that is a pharmacy or a grocery store Because now there are more than 7,100 people infected in New York State and more than 4,400 in New York City
This is not a Shelter in place order for all citizens to live in shelters to prevent epidemics. Earlier this week, Mayor of New York City Bill De Blasio considered the issue. However, Governor Andrew Cuomo “Matilda’s Law” is issuing orders to people over 70 or those with a poor immune system to stay at home. Six feet away from others These visitors should wear a mask and check the fever first every time. To protect the elderly and the weak, the risk of infection. Because patients in this group are more likely to die
Earlier this day, California governor Gavin Newsom ordered a total of more than 40 million people in the state to stay at home. Except necessary activities such as buying groceries, which the governor Gavin Newsom Warned that more than half of the people in the state may be infected if there are no serious measures.