New York Expands Vax Access To Everyone Over 60

The New York Daily News reports:

New Yorkers over 60 will be able to sign up for a COVID vaccine starting Wednesday, Gov. Cuomo announced Tuesday. The state is dropping the current age requirement for seniors, which is 65, Wednesday and also allowing public-facing government employees, nonprofit workers, and essential building service workers to start signing up for shots beginning March 17. Starting on the 17th, any vaccination site, excluding pharmacies, will be allowed to vaccinate any eligible person in the state. Pharmacies will be limited to only inoculating teachers and those 60-plus.

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