Five states — Arizona, Minnesota, Nevada, Rhode Island, and Wyoming — were added to New York State's COVID-19 travel advisory on Tuesday, bringing the total number of states on the list to 35. None have been removed.
Several protesters sat naked in "spit hoods" outside Rochester's police headquarters Monday morning to push for police accountability following the killing of Daniel Prude, local news outlets reported.
New York is keeping is 14-day quarantine requirement in place for people coming to the state from other states deemed to be COVID-19 hot spots. That’s despite the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention altering its guidelines for travelers this week.
With the COVID-19 pandemic causing severe cutbacks in the number of commuters riding buses to New York City, DeCamp Bus Lines, the oldest private bus company in New Jersey, recently suspended operations after 150 years.
COVID-19 hospitalizations in New York have reached a new low as ten new states are added to quarantine travel advisory; SLA continues to prosecute bars and restaurants violating coronavirus executive orders.
High temperatures and increased humidity expected across the region this weekend could be dangerous to at-risk populations, such as children and the elderly. New Yorkers are encouraged to take precautions, conserve energy and practice safety while out on the water. State utilities are suspending planned outage work to ensure electric capacity meets demands will be monitored by the state Department of Public Services.