Brooklyn person has contagious Brazilian variant of COVID-19, Cuomo says

Alyssa Mc Grath mentioned a specific encounter at an office Christmas party in 2019

Alyssa Mc Grath mentioned a specific encounter at an office Christmas party in 2019 Credit Reuters

Andrew Cuomo is facing allegations that he sexually harassed or behaved inappropriately toward women who worked with him - now including two current staffers in his office.

The development comes as Cuomo finds himself battling dual scandals, one stemming from his aides' efforts to hide the true number of COVID nursing home deaths in the state, and another resulting from multiple allegations of sexual harassment leveled against him by former aides and other women he met during social engagements.

The patient with the P.1 variant was identified at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, the governor's office said.

Cuomo, a Democrat, has repeatedly denied allegations of sexual misconduct.

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McGrath did not accuse the governor of inappropriate touching, but described a time when she was sitting alone with Cuomo for a dictation session when she caught him gazing at her.

"I remember being grossed out but, also, like, what a dumb third-grade thing to say", Boylan told Farrow.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo visits COVID-19 vaccination site at the State University of New York in Old Westbury
Gov. Andrew Cuomo visits COVID-19 vaccination site at the State University of New York in Old Westbury Credit Reuters

A New York Times podcast on 19 March expanded on its earlier reported text of a telephone conversation in 2018 between Cuomo and Bill Lipton, the head of the Working Families Party.

"None of this is remarkable, although it may be old-fashioned", Glavin added. "I just think that we see this consistent pattern and what it really needs to be understood as is something that has an impact on the lives of millions of New Yorkers".

Her potential local contacts were being tracked, according to Cuomo. "I couldn't believe how brazen that was", Boylan said. She said she spoke to a lawyer for the governor, but didn't insist on further action because she liked her new post and wanted to move on.

"As a Covid orphan, we need answers, we need an apology and we need a fair investigation", he said.

Rich Azzopardi, a senior adviser to Mr. Cuomo, said ny was one of many states that also enacted forms of liability immunity for healthcare workers and facilities.

Hospitals and nursing homes have said the immunity provided essential protection in the early months of the pandemic when they were forced to make good-faith decisions about allocating care and resources. Other lawmakers say any delay will only help Cuomo.

Prosecutors are also examining the state's handling of nursing-home-death data, including a public report in July about factors that led the virus to spread in the facilities, The Wall Street Journal has previously reported.

"A delay in impeachment does exactly what the governor most desires, which is for the public pressure to settle down".

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