Gov Cuomo In Syracuse, Announcing More Will Be Eligible For Vaccine

Syracuse, N.Y. - Governor Andrew Cuomo in Syracuse today speaking at the state-run vaccination site at the New York State Fairgrounds.

The Governor praised the site saying it is the second largest in the United States, and it did 9500 vaccinations in the past 24 hours.

He announced more people will be eligible to be vaccinated.

Starting March 10th, those 60 and older can be vaccinated. He also said beginning March 17, all public-facing public employees, not-for-profit public-facing emergency employees, essential public workers, and public-facing building workers will become eligible to receive the vaccine.

He announced that any vaccination site (except pharmacies) will be allowed to vaccinate any eligible person in New York. That will also take effect on March 17th. Pharmacies will be limited to 60+ and teachers only.

He did not answer questions regarding the recent allegations of sexual harassment or anything regarding the nursing home deaths controversy, mostly because the press was not allowed to attend the function.

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