New Yorkers 30 years and older can be eligible to obtain the coronavirus vaccine beginning Tuesday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo introduced. And starting April 6, these 16 years of age and older can be eligible.
“As we proceed to increase eligibility, New York will double down on making the vaccine accessible for each group to make sure fairness, notably for communities of coloration who’re too usually left behind,” Cuomo stated in a information launch.
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