Gov. Cuomo says New York City was 'much better' last night amid George Floyd protests

Gov. Cuomo asks protesters to remain nonviolent and respect the curfew. He says looting is criminal behavior performed by opportunists.

News 12 Staff

Jun 3, 2020, 3:11 PM

Updated 1,470 days ago

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BRIEFING NOTES:
  • Day 95 of COVID-19, Day 10 of George Floyd protests.
  • Gov. Cuomo says there are two separate situations: Protesting and looting.
  • "They are two very different situations. Some people choose to morph those two together....That is not a fact. That is not the truth. That is not the reality of what's going on."
  • Gov. Cuomo asks protesters to remain nonviolent and respect the curfew. He says looting is criminal behavior performed by opportunists.
  • Gov. Cuomo says New York City was "much better" last night. He says the results were "much, much different than the night before."
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  • Gov. Cuomo: Least amount of hospitalizations and deaths yesterday (49).
  • Gov. Cuomo tells protesters to protest intelligently. "Remember, the COVID virus is still out there."
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