Several sheriffs in upstate New York say they will ignore Gov. Cuomo’s order to limit Thanksgiving guests

Several sheriffs in upstate New York say they will ignore Gov. Cuomo’s order to limit Thanksgiving guests
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Cuomo’s order limits the number of people New York residents can have in their private homes to 10.

“New York follows the science. We know indoor gatherings and parties are a major source of COVID spread. To slow the spread, NYS will limit indoor gatherings at private residences to 10 people. This limit takes effect Friday at 10pm,” he tweeted on November 11.

Two days later, sheriffs around Albany started speaking against the measure.

Fulton County Sherriff Richard Giardino, who wrote one of the news releases, explained to CNN’s Brianna Keilar why he is also not going to enforce Cuomo’s order.

“I don’t think the Constitution allows for the infringement on the number of people in your own home,” he said. “He has authority to do a lot but not to tell law enforcement to get into someone’s…



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