New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Takes Stock of Pandemic Response in “American Crisis”

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo gives his a press briefing about the coronavirus crisis on April 17, 2020 in Albany, New York. (Matthew Cavanaugh/Getty Images)

New York City, an international travel hub and region with 19 million people, was particularly vulnerable to a fast-spreading pandemic like coronavirus.  New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s new book “American Crisis” takes stock of what his state  and its largest city have been through, details the shortfalls of the federal response, and offers a blueprint for future outbreaks.


Andrew Cuomo, governor, New York; author, "American Crisis"