Cuomo outlines NY's COVID-19 vaccination plans after putting NYC and hospitals on notice over slow rollout

ALBANY, N.Y. — A day after threatening slow-moving hospitals and city officials, Gov. Andrew Cuomo vowed to expedite the COVID-19 immunization process and outlined New York’s future vaccination plans. Thousands of sites across the state including pharmacies, urgent care centers, the Javits Center and even SUNY and CUNY campuses will be used to distribute doses for the general public, once available, the governor said. “The distribution system outlined can deliver millions of doses, we are getting 300,000 per week,” he said during a briefing in Albany. “We have to wait for that to increase. Aga…

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