Cuomo’s Lockdown Threat Loophole Spares ‘Saturday Night Live’

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New York Gov­er­nor Andrew Cuo­mo isn’t hap­py with the recent spike in COVID-19 cas­es in New York. On Mon­day, he threat­ened to shut down indoor din­ing in New York City and reduce capac­i­ty to 25 per­cent for regions out­side New York City to 25 per­cent if COVID-19 hos­pi­tal­iza­tion rates don’t sta­bi­lize over the next five days.
NEW: If after 5 days a region’s hos­pi­tal rate has not sta­bi­lized, indoor din­ing will close or be reduced.
‑In NYC, indoor din­ing would close entirely.
‑In rest of the state, indoor din­ing would be reduced to 25% capacity.
— Andrew Cuo­mo (@NYGovCuomo) Decem­ber 7, 2020

While Cuo­mo wants it to appear as though he’s tak­ing the COVID-19 sit­u­a­tion seri­ous­ly, his pro­posed restric­tions con­tain a loop­hole that enables Sat­ur­day Night Live! to con­tin­ue pro­duc­tion with a live, indoor audience.
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