The technique will analyze “micro-clusters” on a block-by-block stage.

“For fall we are going to deploy a micro-cluster strategy. We have been targeting all our actions either … statewide … or we reopened on a regional level. We are now going to analyze it block-by-block,” he stated. “We have data so specific that we can’t show it because it could violate privacy conditions. We know exactly where the new cases are coming from.”

Cuomo stated Orange, Rockland, Queens and Brooklyn counties comprise micro-clusters.

Cuomo additionally detailed how New York state officers have cracked down on a deliberate wedding in Williamsburg which they allege would have introduced collectively “upwards of 10,000 individuals.”

The Rockland County Sheriff’s Office tipped off authorities to the Monday wedding which might have taken place outdoors the state’s cluster zones in Brooklyn. An order signed by the state well being commissioner was served final night time by the New York City Sheriff’s Office to halt the wedding.

The governor stated micro-clusters could be declared “red zones.” Areas buffering purple zones could be deemed “orange zones” relying on COVID-19 cluster density and areas outdoors buffer zones could be “yellow zones,” additionally relying on cluster density.

“A cluster signifies a lack of compliance, common sense. The only answer is more enforcement,” Cuomo stated.

Cuomo moreover introduced that beginning Oct. 23, film theaters outdoors of New York City may reopen at 25% capability with as much as 50 individuals per display. Mandatory social distancing and different precautions would even be enforced.

New York has one of many lowest an infection charges within the nation, the governor stated, at a 1.1% common as of Saturday, similar as two weeks in the past.

Cuomo additionally expressed hope {that a} vaccine would develop into obtainable over the winter however stated he was additionally involved in regards to the “complex government issue” of administering a vaccine. He additionally addressed what he known as “COVID fatigue,” however urged New Yorkers who is likely to be bored with social distancing measures to proceed to take precautions to stop the unfold of the virus in New York.

ABC News’ Joshua Hoyos and Jamie Aranoff contributed to this report.