Andrew Kelly/Reuters New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said the widespread stay-at-home orders to help combat the coronavirus pandemic could last for up to nine months, in a briefing with reporters on Sunday. "This is not a short term situation," he said. "This is not a long weekend. This is not a week." "It is going to be, four months, six months, nine months," the governor said. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Governor Andrew Cuomo said New Yorkers should be prepared for widespread business closures and stay-at-home orders to last for months to combat the surge in coronavirus cases.

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