Since the pandemic began, New York has reported a total of 32,725 deaths from the coronavirus, 1.2 million positives, and the current positive rate is well above 5%, so the need for these shots is It is increasing day by day.
On Saturday, 500 seniors were vaccinated at the NYCHA Complex.
And yet another vaccine site will open at the Abyssinian Church in Harlem at noon on Sunday.
Dosages should have been available at the Brooklyn Army Terminal, one of the city’s five 24-hour megasites opened last week, but the site was closed and the gate was locked on Friday.
Other reservations were canceled due to lack of sufficient vaccine, but those with reservations were rejected. The city says it is asking state and federal authorities to get there more as soon as possible.
The state receives only hundreds of thousands of doses, as millions are currently eligible.
Governor Andrew Cuomo estimates that the vaccine could reach critical mass by April.
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COVID NYC Update: Vaccination site opens at Abyssinian Church in Harlem due to supply shortage
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