New York will gather the best minds to study information on whether reopening the state economy would trigger a "second wave" of infections, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Saturday at a press conference.
"I want to make sure that we know this time that we've learned from the other experiences," he said.
This group will study what happened in other countries across the world to determine the possibility of people catching the virus again, Cuomo said.
"The worst thing that can happen is we make a misstep and we let our emotions get ahead of our logic and fact, and we go through this again in any manner, shape or form," he said.
New York State Court System will organize lawyers statewide to help businesses pro bono, the governor said.