The New York Daily News reports:
New York Attorney General Letitia James is launching an investigation into a Brooklyn-based health care network that publicly boasted about doling out coronavirus vaccine shots on a “first come, first serve basis” in apparent violation of the state’s restrictions on inoculations.
In a statement Monday, James said her office opened the probe after learning that COVID-19 vaccine doses were “wrongfully distributed and administered” by ParCare Community Health Network, which serves predominantly Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods across Brooklyn and upstate Orange County.
James’ announcement came on the heels of New York State Police saying it had also opened a criminal investigation into ParCare.
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New York is investigating a Brooklyn-based health care network that boasted about doling out coronavirus vaccine shots on a “first come, first serve basis.”https://t.co/bAoVIiIJbe
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) December 29, 2020