New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday declined to say whether or not he or any members of his workplace had been subpoenaed in reference to ongoing investigations into how the administration dealt with nursing residence care throughout the pandemic.When requested throughout a convention name about any potential subpoenas, Cuomo stated his workplace has been complying with an inquiry since August and can proceed to take action. He didn’t, nonetheless, communicate on to the subpoena query.Cuomo will permit visits to nursing houses beginning on Friday in some areas, relying on the native fee of transmission. Visitation will likely be restricted and particular steering will likely be decided by the county’s positivity fee.NY REPUBLICANS CRANK UP PRESSURE TO STRIP CUOMO’S EMERGENCY POWERS AMID GROWING SCANDALCuomo’s workplace has come beneath mounting scrutiny over the way it dealt with nursing residence affected person care and the way it reported affected person deaths, together with deliberately underreporting fatalities for concern that revealing the knowledge may have been used in opposition to the administration, as prompt by an aide.A report launched by New York Attorney General Letitia James on the finish of final month revealed whole nursing residence deaths within the state have been increased than beforehand anticipated – undercounted by as a lot as 55%.The Department of Health revealed shortly after James’ report was launched that a further 3,829 residents died after being transferred to hospitals, which is about 40% extra deaths than had beforehand been counted. At least 12,743 long-term care residents died of the virus as of Jan. 19.New knowledge launched this month upped these figures to no less than 14,100.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Republicans within the state legislature on Monday moved ahead with an effort to strip Cuomo of his emergency authority throughout the pandemic.State Democrats superior an effort to formally censure Cuomo, which might function a public rebuke of his actions.