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‘It’s extremely frustrating’: Garnar speaks out on malls, gyms, theaters not reopening

first_imgBroome County June 24 coronavirus update Malls, gyms and theaters not reopening The county executive says he will “plea” with state officials to reconsider not allowing these facilities to reopen. He said its a “no brainer” they should be allowed to reopen. 51 people have died from the virus and 550 people have recovered. Garnar says Broome County has one of the lowest infection rates in New York. He says outside of infected persons in nursing homes, there are only seven people in the county who are actively testing positive for COVID-19. Coronavirus numbers For a map detailing where cases are located, click here. Garnar says, these places, namely gyms, hire numerous people and many take advantage of these facilities. The state considered these businesses to be high-risk for new infections. There is no information from the state that says when malls, gyms and theaters can reopen after phase four begins Friday. (WBNG) — Broome County Executive Jason Garnar shared his frustration Wednesday over malls, gyms and theaters not being permitted to reopen in phase four of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s reopening plan. There are 37 active cases of the cornavirus in Broome County. In phase four, recreational sites, historical sites, low-risk outdoor activities and higher educational facilities can reopen. But malls, gyms and movie theaters cannot. On Tuesday, the state said the Southern Tier was allowed to reopen due to its infection rate being low.last_img read more