Just before Thanksgiving, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has mandated that New Yorkers can only have a maximum of 10 people inside their own homes, but sheriffs far from Albany and New York City’s five boroughs don’t seem to be concerned with Cuomo’s latest order.
In fact, one sheriff in the Empire state has vowed to ignore the order from the Democrat altogether.
Cuomo on Wednesday limited the number of people allowed inside of private residences as part of a crackdown on certain social activities, a mandate he said will help slow the spread of the coronavirus.
He announced the new guidelines on Twitter.
“New York follows the science,” Cuomo claimed.
“We know indoor gatherings and parties are a major source of COVID spread,” he added. “To slow the spread, NYS will limit indoor gatherings at private residences to