New Yorkers 30 years and older will be eligible to receive the coronavirus vaccine starting Tuesday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced. And beginning April 6, those 16 years of age and older will be eligible.
“As we continue to expand eligibility, New York will double down on making the vaccine accessible for every community to ensure equity, particularly for communities of color who are too often left behind,” Cuomo said in a news release.
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