NY Gov. Cuomo, whose admin hid nursing home data, says he's 'always chosen to do the right thing'

Cuomo says he's 'always chosen to do the right thing'

7/29/2021 6:30:00 AM

Cuomo says he's 'always chosen to do the right thing'

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday that he will be requiring state employees to take the coronavirus vaccine and said he has “always chosen” to do the “right thing” rather than the “political thing.”

"A politician who suggests too many unpopular options is not a long-term politician, but there's a choice of doing the political thing or doing the right thing and I've always chosen to do the right thing and I believe ultimately that is even the best politics, but I think we have to go further here. I think we need dramatic action to get control of this situation."

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Cuomo added that patient-facing healthcare workers at state-run hospitals will be required to take the vaccine and will not be given the option to submit to weekly testing. While the governor says he's"always chosen to do the right thing," he's faced repeated accusations of doing just the opposite. 

The Cuomo administrationnursing home deaths after the governor ordered long-term care facilities to accept positive coronavirus patients in the early stages of the pandemic. Cuomo officials also reportedlyon nursing home deaths to obscure the fact that the administration was undercounting such deaths.  headtopics.com

The governor has also faced scrutiny forto nursing home executives from coronavirus-related lawsuits. The immunity for the nursing home execs followed a large donation to Cuomo's campaign from a high-powered health care industry group.  Read more: Fox News »

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