New York has developed its own antibody test that could help detect those immune to the coronavirus as the state looks to gradually end its shutdown, Governor Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday. He made the announcement as he ordered all residents of the state — the epicenter of America's coronavirus outbreak — to cover their faces when in stores or using public transit. Cuomo said 2,000 people would be tested a day as he works on a plan for a phased reopening of New York, to prevent a surge in the spread of COVID-19 following its week long shutdown. "We're going to prioritize the antibody testing for first responders and essential workers," Cuomo told reporters. "It's a finger-prick test, so it's not terribly invasive."