Travel restrictions are expected to continue for several days in New York City and New York state as coronavirus strains are expected increase in New Jersey and the eastern seaboard of the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The National Weather Service (NWS) is forecasting that some areas of New York, such as Long Island and the Bronx, will be hit with moderate-to-severe wind and hail.
NWS said the wind gusts could reach 40-45 mph, with a flash flooding threat.
“We have moderate-severe winds, and we have a lot of hail in some places,” New York Gov.
Andrew Cuomo said on Monday.
“This is an extremely dangerous time for New Yorkers.
People need to prepare.
If you have a car, you need to get it checked.
If there’s a gas station, you should go to the nearest gas station.”
Cuomo added that people should also be aware that they could be exposed to the virus through their contact with a healthcare worker who was infected.
He added that healthcare workers should also ensure they do not expose themselves to their patients while treating them, but he warned that people with compromised immune systems could also be exposed.
As a precaution, Cuomo said that anyone with a clean bill of health should get vaccinated.
The New York governor also urged residents to follow local guidelines regarding travel and to stay indoors.
In New Jersey, the state’s largest city, the National Weather Center said the risk of severe wind gust surges and flooding has increased significantly.
Authorities said on Sunday that the number of confirmed cases of COVID has reached about 6,000, with 1,000 confirmed cases in New Brunswick, about 500 in Hoboken and 250 in Newark.
The National Center for Environmental Health has said that COVID was detected in about 5,000 people in New Hampshire on Saturday.
It said that at least 5,700 of those cases have been linked to the coronaviral strain that has been linked in the United Kingdom to two deaths.
The US Centers for Diseases Control and Protection (CDC) said on Friday that COVA-19 cases have risen to about 1,800, with 2,600 confirmed cases across the country.
A second outbreak is being monitored in the US.
The coronaviruses can spread through close contact, such a coughing, sneezing or sneezer.
The United Kingdom and New Zealand have reported the highest numbers of cases.
The United States has reported the second-highest number of cases in the world with 3,500 confirmed cases.