NY State Lowers Elgibility Age For Vaccines To 30 Plus, Soon Even Lower

Albany, N.Y. - Governor's Cuomo's office announced today that all New Yorkers age 30 and above will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, starting Tuesday.

They also said that those 16 and older will be eligible starting April 6th.

People 30 and above can start signing up for appointments Tuesday.

Governor Cuomo also announced that the state's positivity rate is 4.13%, there are about 4500 in the hospital statewide and 57 more died.

Cuomo said in a statement, "COVID continues to rear its ugly head across New York State, and while hospitalization and vaccination metrics continue to trend in the right direction, this pandemic isn't done with us yet.

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