New York Gov. Cuomo says people aged 30 and older will be eligible for COVID vaccine from Tuesday

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 Gov. Cuomo says people aged 30 and older will be eligible for COVID vaccine from Tuesday

New Yorkers 30 years and more seasoned will be qualified to get the Covid antibody beginning Tuesday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo reported. Also, starting April 6, those 16 years old and more established will be qualified. "As we keep on growing qualification, New York will twofold down on making the antibody open for each local area to guarantee value, especially for networks of shading who are time and again left behind," Cuomo said in a news discharge. - Pete Catapano