That’s “starve” in English — the message Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who often touts his Italian American family’s at-home spaghetti-and-sausage feasts, sent to the city’s barely alive restaurant industry. And to the nation’s greatest concentration of culinary talent and 350,000 hard-working employees.
Only some unknown childhood trauma could account for Cuomo’s inexplicable shutdown of indoor dining in the Big Apple. Was he once food-poisoned at Mamma Leone’s?
The ban is supposedly to arrest rising hospitalizations. But what connection is there? The state’s own data at Friday’s press conference revealed that indoor dining accounted for a scant 1.4 percent of infection spread — which might be less risky than crossing the street.
The restaurant threat ranked miles behind “household/social gatherings” (78 percent) and behind four other categories in the state’s tally.
The data offered no proof whatsoever that anyone who supposedly caught the virus inside a restaurant ended up in a hospital. MORE AT https://nypost.com/2020/12/11/gov-cuomo-destroys-restaurants-and-jobs-for-no-reason/
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