Friday, March 5, 2021

Don't Let the Media Change the Cuomo Scandal From Nursing Home Deaths to #MeToo; New Yorkers Would Nave to Flash COVID-19 Passport to Enter Venues Under New Program, and other C-Virus Updates

Don't Let the Media Change the Cuomo Scandal From Nursing Home Deaths to #MeToo:
The Cuomo scandal began with the deaths of thousands of nursing home patients. Now the media wants to shift it over to #MeToo.
That's convenient because it avoids the most serious and damaging angle, the one that ought to lead to manslaughter charges, and instead pours some dirt on Cuomo in the hopes of getting him to resign.
Cuomo shouldn't be forced out to make way for a lefty over sexual harassment. He, and other Democrat governors, should face a reckoning over the deaths of tens of thousands of nursing home patients across 5 states.
The media has shifted over to #MeToo to protect their own from the fallout, including Governor Whitmer in Michigan, who has her own election coming up, Governor Newsom, who faces a recall election, and Rick Levine, who is joining the Biden administration. --->READ MORE HERE
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New Yorkers would have to flash COVID-19 passport to enter venues under new program:
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday the rollout of a new pilot program in which New Yorkers would have to flash a sort of COVID-19 passport in order to enter sports arenas, theaters and other businesses as the state continues reopening efforts.
The plan is to test the “Excelsior Pass,” which will use secure technology to confirm if a person has gotten vaccinated or has had a recent negative COVID-19 exam result, during events at Madison Square Garden and Barclays Center, Cuomo said in a statement.
The pass was tested at Tuesday night’s New York Rangers game at Madison Square Garden.
Similar to an airline boarding pass, people will be able to print out their pass or save it on their phones using the Excelsior Pass’s “Wallet App.” Each pass will have a secure QR code, which venues will scan using a companion app to confirm a person’s health status. --->READ MORE HERE
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