NYC postpones 23,000 COVID-19 inoculation appointments

NEW YORK — Coronavirus vaccine shortages have forced New York City to reschedule 23,000 inoculation appointments this week, prompting Mayor Bill de Blasio to renew calls that the federal government compel manufacturers to step up production. De Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo have been criticizing the federal government’s slow vaccine output for weeks now with the mayor repeatedly predicting the city would run out of doses before week’s end. “We need the supply expanded in a huge way,” de Blasio said at a Wednesday press briefing. News that the city has already had to cancel thousands of appointm…

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