Cuomo to allow nursing home visitations while pols condemn ‘toxic’ conduct

Governor Andrew Cuomo’s administration is planning to allow indoor visitations for families in nursing homes, if infection rates in the county remain below 5%, without a testing requirement.

But despite a relatively mild press conference on the topic on Monday afternoon, Cuomo is still facing backlash from Albany lawmakers looking to snatch back emergency powers collected by the governor as part of the state of emergency imposed in March 2020.

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