Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Saturday forecasted that Long Island and the Mid-Hudson region could reopen parts of their economies within days.

Hundreds of contact tracers need to be trained for the Mid-Hudson region, but the area is expected to reopen a portion of its economy starting Tuesday, the Democrat reported Saturday. The reopening news comes after the region saw a low number of hospital deaths, meeting a reopening benchmark set by state officials.

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