New York Governor Kathy Hochul confirmed Monday her plan to end the state’s COVID-19 emergency declaration just weeks before her close race for re-election against Republican Lee Zeldin.
Hochul took office last year after her boss, Andrew Cuomo, resigned after a series of sexual misconduct allegations.
— New York Post (@nypost) September 12, 2022
“I will not be renewing them this time,” Hochul said Monday. “We’re in a different place now. We’ve been making announcements about taking masks off on public transportation. We have a new booster shot as of a few days ago.”
Kickback Kathy Hochul awarded a top campaign donor a no-bid COVID testing contract worth over $600M.
It gets worse! Hochul paid over 2x the going rate for the tests and she used her self-claimed COVID emergency powers to suspend NY's competitive bidding law.
Hochul's Gotta Go! https://t.co/eXZhow9vV2
— Lee Zeldin (@leezeldin) September 10, 2022
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