Cuomo warned New Yorkers gathering in ongoing protests that "we don't know the consequences of the COVID virus in mass gatherings."
The former president wrote that the protests "represent a genuine and legitimate frustration," and hailed those who are marching peacefully.
As deaths from coronavirus continued to drop to lows not seen since March, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo used his daily coronavirus briefing Sunday afternoon to plead for calm after a night of unrest statewide. "Violence never works," he said. Watch his remarks here.
The owner of El Nuevo Rodeo said the two men both worked security during a popular weekly event.
Despite a number of violent confrontations between police and protesters, many of this week's demonstrations against police brutality have been peaceful. Several officials, including Attorney General Bill Barr, have accused outside radical groups of hijacking protests to promote a separate agenda. CBS News political contributor and Democratic strategist Antjuan Seawright joins CBSN's Lana Zak with his analysis.
One participant on the call described it as "unhinged."
Amazon said it adjusted routes and suspended some deliveries to keep drivers safe in cities such as Minneapolis and Seattle.