Governors hold emergency summit to discuss possible restrictions amid surge in COVID-19 cases

Governors hold emergency summit to discuss possible restrictions amid surge in COVID-19 cases
Governors from our region met over the weekend to talk about next steps in their respective states when it comes to dealing with COVID-19. (Twitter / Gov. Andrew Cuomo/Twitter / Gov. Andrew Cuomo)

PENNSYLVANIA — As COVID-19 cases continue to surge across the country and in Pennsylvania, governors of northeastern states had an emergency summit over the weekend to discuss the situation, according to WNBC.

Pennsylvania was a part of the summit, where the group talked about additional restrictions in an attempt to stop the spread of coronavirus across the area, according to WNBC.

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Governors from New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Connecticut were also there.

Pennsylvania reported new record case totals on Saturday, the highest daily total since the pandemic began.

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