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Cuomo aides REWROTE report by health officials to hide higher nursing home death toll as Gov began penning boastful book

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ANDREW Cuomo's aides rewrote a report by health officials to hide the higher nursing home death toll as the New York Governor began penning his boastful book.

Cuomo's senior aides rewrote a report written by health officials during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to documents and interviews reviewed by the New York Times.

The shocking report revealed how many nursing home residents died during the pandemic in the state of New York.

By June the number of deaths surpassed 9,000, but was not made public, the Times said.

The 63-year-old governor - who was recently accused of propositioning a former female aide for "sex" - revealed the complete nursing home data earlier this year.

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