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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is expected to hold a press conference on Monday on the coronavirus pandemic as the state continues its vaccination efforts and store openings.

State hospitals have until the end of the week before Cuomo transfers unused vaccine doses from facilities to local health officials, who can begin vaccinating people with certain underlying health conditions, the governor said Friday. Cuomo published a list of 15 so-called comorbidities that meet the approval requirements for a sting, including cancer, heart failure, severe obesity, pregnancy and diabetes.

On February 14th, New York restaurants will be allowed to reopen their indoor eateries with limited capacity for the first time since mid-December. Some industry experts have been concerned that 25% indoor dining capacity may not be enough to keep restaurants afloat.

According to a CNBC analysis of data compiled by Johns Hopkins University, New York reports an average of 8,616 Covid-19 cases per day, a decrease of more than 28% from the previous week.

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