Gov. Cuomo shows off festive turkey mask for Thanksgiving

Yesterday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo revealed his Thanksgiving accessory. He showed a Thanksgiving mask which, according to him at least, made him look better.

During a presser, Governor Cuomo donned the brown face covering, complete with turkey eyes and a beak. The mask had the state Department of Health logo on it.

The mask had a really funny and special motto. “Don’t be a turkey” and “Wear a mask” were written on it.

We have a special mask for Thanksgiving because, you know, we’re all so creative in New York and we do things a little different,” the governor said as he held up the mask. “Don’t be a turkey this Thanksgiving, wear a mask!

How good-looking is this mask? You ready?” Cuomo said before putting the mask over his face. “Look at that, how beautiful is that? Tell the truth. Especially good on me — covers my nose and everything.

The governor then joked, “I’m better-looking with a mask!

Recently, Governor Cuomo has urged the people of New York to take care of themselves and if possible, not to travel as Coronavirus cases continue to increase.

We have to be on high alert. We have to be on high caution about the COVID increase,” Cuomo said, as he warned, “By the current rate of increase in COVID, we’re going to see a major spike.

This holiday season, we have to be smarter and different than how we’ve handled past holiday seasons,” said Cuomo, explaining that “this is not a political situation.

He also added that both the Trump’s health administration and Biden’s advisers suggest that you have less chance of infecting yourself if you spend the holiday with your family.

When is the last time you heard Donald Trump’s advisers and Joe Biden’s advisers say the same thing?” said Cuomo. “This is not about politics. This is about just health experts looking at the facts.

Governor Cuomo is right folks. Take care of yourselves and your family and have a Happy Thanksgiving.