That's not including nursing home residents, who are largely receiving vaccinations from pharmacies; or health care workers, who are receiving shots at hospitals.
He estimated that it will take seven months to vaccinate the 7 million New Yorkers now eligible based on the supply. NY has done its part and now has one of the most expansive distribution networks to actually conduct the vaccinations and it's time for the federal government to do theirs and actually increase the supply.
The governor said city and county health departments will prioritize police, firefighters, public safety employees and teachers, hospitals will prioritize doctors and nurses and pharmacies and doctor's offices will be responsible for the 65 and older population.
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In Oregon, Governor Kate Brown said a federal official told her the state would not receive additional vaccine supplies because the federal government has none in reserve.
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"Our numbers are increasing every day of how many people we can vaccinate", de Blasio said, noting about 34,000 people were inoculated in the city Wednesday. This imperative is that much greater during our nation's biggest mobilization effort - to vaccinate our people and finally put an end to the pandemic that has taken our loved ones and disproportionately devasted low-income, immigrant, communities of color. "They'll all have enough to do their staff, but we want to make sure that the faster facilities - the higher-performing facilities - get more of the new allocation because we want it out the door", Cuomo said during a remote briefing in Albany. "I probably wouldn't have gotten it by now in NY". Biden has said he will seek a $1.9 trillion spending proposal that includes funding for accelerating the distribution of coronavirus vaccines, and Democrats, who now hold a slight majority in Congress, hope to prioritize state and local aid in the next stimulus deal. These sites will be open 24/7 and to all NY residents.
The New York Post also reports that New York has administered over half a million doses of the vaccine so far. More than 1,200 pharmacies have already committed to participating in this network, with almost 400 scheduled to come on-line this week. He noted that only 60 percent of hospital workers have been vaccinated statewide.