The New York governor won the ‘Emmy Award’ for corona awareness

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo made history by winning the Emmy Award for leadership for the first time. He regularly came live and gave public awareness speeches against Corona.

In a press release, Bruce Paisner, president, and CEO of the International Academy said the governor’s 111-day regular briefing had worked so well that TV shows had failed. And that is why he is being given this award.

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In the last 12 days, millions of people have been infected with a corona in the United States. Curfew is underway in California to curb the infection. The month-long curfew has started from 10 pm local time on Saturday, November 21. The curfew will run from 10 pm to 5 am every day till December 21 this year.

However, the curfew may be extended if the infection increases. Earlier on Thursday, Governor Gavin Newsom imposed the curfew in 41 of California’s 57 counties at risk.

Meanwhile, restrictions are being tightened across the United States to control coronary infections during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, the Christian community’s Christmas festivities, and the English New Year celebrations.

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