Cuomo Rides “Safe” Subway As NYC Begins Reopening

The New York Post reports:

A masked Gov. Andrew Cuomo rode the subway to work in Manhattan on Monday as New York City entered Phase One of its reopening amid the coronavirus.

The governor took the No. 7 train in Queens to his office in Midtown. “Today, I took a ride on the 7 train,” Cuomo said at a daily press briefing. “The subways are cleaner than they have ever been in my lifetime.

“If it wasn’t safe, I wouldn’t ask anyone to go on the subways,” he said. “For me, it’s very simple, I just assume I’m making the decision for myself and for my children.”