Gov. Cuomo Admits Virus Isn’t Spreading in Schools, Vows to Close Them on Monday Anyway

‘The local school districts consulted their parents, the teachers at the time, the teachers union at the time and they came up with a an agreement about the conditions that would open the schools and what would close the schools’

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TUR: “So why close the schools if the schools aren’t the problem? Why do that to parents?”

CUOMO: “Well, because the agreement, local school districts, remember where we were. Parents were nervous and everybody was nervous. The local school districts consulted their parents, the teachers at the time, the teachers union at the time and they came up with a an agreement about the conditions that would open the schools and what would close the schools. The agreement in New York City was just that. If the infection rate in New York City went above three percent, the schools close. That was the agreement.”

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