Tom Winter11h ago / 4:57 PM UTCNew York added another 367 people to the coronavirus death for a total of 16,966, not including presumptive deaths, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Sunday.The 367 deaths is a steep drop from the 437 daily deaths reported on Saturday. Cuomo says the amount of new people who have been hospitalized with the virus, another key metric, has also fallen to just above 1,000. He says the reopening plan is for construction and manufacturing business with low risk of spread to open first. Then, in a second phase businesses that are more essential with lower risk will reopen and he says he’s asking businesses for ideas on this. Between each phase there will be a two week pause to monitor the effects of those openings.But Cuomo added a caveat, saying there will be no attractions or openings that would draw a large number of visitors from outside the local area.Allan Smith11h ago / 4:32 PM UTC’Outrageous,’ ‘irresponsible’: Governors slam McConnell over bankruptcy commentsSenate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell leaves Capitol Hill on April 16, 2020.Tom Brenner / Reuters fileGovernors on Sunday criticized Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., for saying this week he would prefer states to be able


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