COVID Vaccine: New Yorkers Frustrated By Lack Of Appointments; Officials Blame Low SupplyFrom overloaded to websites to supply shortages, many people are having trouble booking an appointment -- just as more cases of the new variant have been found in New York.
COVID Vaccine: Feds Say Eligible Age Should Now Be 65 And Older; Citi Field To Be Used As Vaccination SiteGov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday that New York state will follow that guidance. It opens eligibility to 7 million New Yorkers, but the state still only receives 300,000 doses a week.
COVID Vaccine: Frustration, Confusion Surround NYC's Online Appointment Process As State Enters Phase 1B3.2 million people are now eligible for the vaccine, including those 75 and older, first responders, public safety workers, public transit workers, and education workers.
First COVID Vaccine Mega Sites Open In New Jersey As Health Care Workers, Firefighters, Police Officers Become Eligible For InoculationThe old Sears at the Rockaway Town Square Mall has been turned into a vaccination hub for health care workers and, as of Friday, first responders like firefighters and police officers.
COVID In New Jersey: Gov. Murphy Says Goal Is To Start Vaccinating General Public By Memorial DayOnly about a quarter of New Jersey's 400,000 doses of vaccine have been distributed, but there are signs they'll move much faster in a matter of days.
Mayor De Blasio Says He Takes 'Full Responsibility' For New York City's Slow Vaccine Rollout To Health Care WorkersMayor Bill de Blasio took ownership Tuesday of the city's initial failure to fast track the distribution of COVID vaccines.
COVID In The Suburbs: Rockland County Begins Vaccinating Health Department EmployeesGov. Andrew Cuomo is under pressure to dramatically increase the pace of coronavirus vaccinations. On Tuesday, health departments in the northern suburbs finally were pressed into service.
'Impatient' Gov. Cuomo Sounds Off On Slow Rollout Of COVID Vaccine To Health Care Workers In NYC, Westchester And Long IslandAngry at a slow pace of vaccine distribution, Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday expanded the number of eligible people and slammed hospitals who have not used their allotment.
COVID Vaccine Concerns: Eligible To Be Inoculated Monday, Some Medical Workers Perplexed By Lack Of Guidance From NYSFrustration is growing over the slow pace of COVID vaccinations being distributed in New York state.
COVID Vaccine: Long Island Nurse, Lawmakers Say New York Needs To Speed Up RolloutMany people are hopeful for the COVID vaccine, including a Long Island nurse who wants to know why she still hasn't received it.
COVID Vaccine: FDNY Distributes First Doses To Firefighters As Virus Spreads Among MembersThe first firefighter inoculations target those who work on engine companies, as opposed to those who work on ladder companies.
COVID Vaccine: New Jersey Nursing Home Residents, Staff Receive First DosesThe Garden state is starting a week later than New York and Connecticut, because the state missed a federal deadline by one day.
NYS Investigating ParCare Community Health Network Over Its Handling Of First Round Of COVID-19 VaccineMayor Bill de Blasio says more than 50,000 New Yorkers have already been vaccinated against COVID-19. But one health network is under scrutiny.
Long Island Health Officials Working To Dispel Mistrust And Misinformation On COVID-19 VaccinesAs the rollout continues, the effort is on to build confidence in COVID-19 vaccines. It comes amid some reluctance by some of those first offered the shots.
COVID Vaccine: Moderna's En Route To Providers As Tens Of Millions Of Americans Set Sights On Traveling For ChristmasCheers rang out Sunday as the second coronavirus vaccine left the warehouse en route to health care providers across the nation.