Cuomo’s PowerPoints are all of us right now

Governor Cuomo on March 31st during one of his coronavirus updates.
Governor Cuomo on March 31st during one of his coronavirus updates.
Mike Groll/Office of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo
Governor Cuomo on March 31st during one of his coronavirus updates.

Cuomo’s PowerPoints are all of us right now

Slideshows captioned for the coronavirus era.
April 2, 2020

As New Yorkers continue to practice social distancing, one brave governor brings us all together with his PowerPoint presentations. These slides were created as visual aids for Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s daily coronavirus press conferences, but their potential is so, so much greater.

Here are some slides that capture the existential horror of our new existence, courtesy of the state Executive Branch.

When nobody's giving you a chance to speak on Zoom

When you see the UberEats receipt

When you remember there are still technically weekends during all of this

When you put on real clothes for the first time in a week

When your cooped-up kids are misbehaving

When you hype yourself up to make it from the bed to the living room in the morning

When someone asks if you want to play basketball at the playground

When anyone asks you to do anything

Caitlin Dorman
is City & State's Digital Marketing Strategist.
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