Covid-19 Vaccine to be Available to All New York Adults Soon
Millions of additional New Yorkers are about to be able to make appointments to receive a Covid-19 vaccination.
Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that residents over the age of 30 will be permitted to schedule a vaccine appointment starting at 8 a.m. Tuesday.
Cuomo said all New Yorkers 16 and older will be able to make an appointment beginning April 6.
Cuomo said as of Monday, nearly 30 percent of New Yorkers had received at least one vaccine dose. About 17 percent have completed the Covid-19 vaccine series.
According to the governor's office, 4,575 are hospitalized in the state because of the coronavirus. There were 57 Covid-19 death in New York reported on Sunday.
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