After the embattled New York governor announced his resignation earlier this week, his successor hinted that she would release more nursing home data that had been hidden under Andrew Cuomo’s reign.
As you remember, Cuomo had ordered more than 9,000 coronavirus patients to stay in nursing homes across the state, and then he lied about the deaths resulting from his poor judgment. He reported a whopping 8,500 deaths, but that number was actually closer to 15,000.
“Will you release the nursing home data? The nursing home data, in the alleged coverup – will you release it?” a reporter asked Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul during her press conference.