Washington (CNN)Gov. Andrew Cuomo had a message for the nation on Sunday: Although New York has become the epicenter of the Covid-19 outbreak, no one will treat the state “unfairly” over coronavirus.”New York is going to have what it needs. And no one is going to attack New York unfairly and no one is going to deprive New York of what it needs. That’s why I’m here,” Cuomo, a Democrat, said at a news conference after the state has come under scrutiny and cases of the virus continue to mount.There are more than 130,000 confirmed cases of the virus in the country, with more than 55,000 of them in New York alone. “I know we feel under attack …,” Cuomo said, referring to New Yorkers. “Yes, New York is the epicenter. And these are different times. And many people are frightened. Some of the reactions you get from individuals, even from governments, are frightening and suggesting that they’ll take abrupt actions against New York. But look, this is New York. And we are going to make it through this.”On Saturday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a travel advisory urging residents of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut


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