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Cuomo criticized over handling of COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo sought to deflect criticism Friday about his administration's underreporting of nursing home deaths from COVID-19, suggesting pandemic deaths were a tragedy no matter where they occurred or how they were tallied. Newsday's Chelsea Irizarry has the story. Credit: Newsday / Alejandra Villa Loarca; Howard Schnapp; WhiteHouse.gov

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