New Yorkers are looking at other countries with high rates of coronavirus – people are looking for someone else in the United States.
According to a recent survey by Siena College, 62 percent of New Yorkers surveyed have the worst case of AIDS. He thought 27 percent was bad.
New Yorkers, who have grown from 70 percent to 20 percent, believe the government will be active in the future, despite the economic downturn.
For the second wave, 82% of respondents believe that this is the future.
Governor Andrew Cuomo and government officials have urged New Zealanders to wear slippers if that is not possible. Predicting the end of the week, the second wave will appear in the country.