‘Stay home, save lives’: NY uses road signs to send message about coronavirus
SYRACUSE, NY – On freeways across New York City, the state sends message about the coronavirus pandemic:
“Stay home, save lives.”
Message signs are posted on highways from Albany to Buffalo and from Binghamton to the Canadian border. In the Syracuse area, they are on the side of Interstate 81, Interstate 690, and the New York State Thruway. The signs use three messages to implore drivers to self-isolate:
- “Stay home, stop the spread”
- “Save lives, #flattenthecurve”
- “Stay home, save lives”
Coronavirus cases in New York almost doubled overnight, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday morning.
As of Wednesday morning, 2,382 cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in the state. Onondaga County confirmed its third case on Wednesday.
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