Flags at half-staff Friday for COVID-19 victims
ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Gov. Kathy Hochul is paying tribute to the 1 million lives misplaced to COVID-19 across the nation. The governor is directing flags on all state buildings to be at half-staff on Friday, Could 13 in remembrance of those that have died from COVID.
Hochul stated that regardless of the progress that has been made through the pandemic, New Yorkers ought to stay vigilant.
“At present, our nation marks an unthinkable milestone – a million lives misplaced because of COVID-19,” she stated. “This tragic milestone serves as a reminder that regardless of our progress we should stay vigilant within the face of this pandemic. These have been moms, fathers, youngsters, siblings, buddies and neighbors and I don’t need any extra New Yorkers to undergo the ache of dropping a beloved one to this terrible virus, which is why it’s so necessary to maintain utilizing the instruments that maintain us secure: get vaccinated, check usually, and speak to your physician about therapy when you’re feeling sick.”
In pre-taped remarks Thursday, Pres. Biden expressed grief over the lack of life. His administration remains to be asking Congress to approve $22.5 billion in new COVID funding.
Of that cash, $5 billion will go towards persevering with to fight COVID throughout the globe. The remainder of the cash can be used to spice up the stockpile of checks, vaccines and coverings within the U.S. as nearly all of states across the nation are presently reporting an uptick in COVID circumstances, with some areas additionally seeing extra hospitalizations.
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