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Quarantined with Ebola? Read Andrew Cuomo’s Book!

So far, Andrew Cuomo’s memoir, All Things Possible: Setbacks and Successes in Politics and in Life, has sold a whopping 945 copies, which works out really well when you consider that he received $700,000 as an advance. In order to recoup their losses, at this rate, the publishing house will have to charge approximately $740 per book. 

Thankfully, he may have a ready-made audience, however. Starting on Friday, New York and New Jersey are mandating a 21-day quarantine for anyone returning to the US from Ebola-stricken countries, including health care workers who might have been treating sick patients. Originally, the plan was to quarantine the medical professionals in hospital quarantine units, a plan that fell into place after last week’s NYC hipster doctor decided to expose everyone in Williamsburg to the diesease. Today, Cuomo and his New Jersey counterpart Chris Christie softened the scope of the quarantine, allowing medical professionals to quarantine in their homes as long as they pinky-swear with the state to only get delivery. And Andrew Cuomo has an idea of what to do if you run out of television shows to binge watch on your 21-day vacation.

On Monday, Cuomo noted New York’s policy is tougher than still-unreleased protocols from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. He said his policy was more “cautious” and emphasized that it would remain New York residents to remain in their homes, with the state picking up the tab for lost wages.

“Stay at home for 21 days. We will pay. Enjoy your family. Enjoy your kids. Enjoy your friends,” Cuomo said. “Read a book. Read my book. You don’t have to read my book, but stay at home for 21 days. I think it will help keep the public calm.”

According to New York Magazine, that’d be a quick way to double, if not triple, his sales. 

[via Mental Recession]

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