State awards $30 million to counties for public health assistance
The state will be reporttedly be releasing thirty-million dollars to counties.
New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo on Thursday said the money will serve two purposes across the state:
The first is to help supplement the counties contact tracing efforts for those residents affected by contracting the COVID-19 coronavirus.
The second purpose is for counties to start to set up flu vaccine accommodations for the upcoming influenza season.
No specific details were released as to how much money each county will be receiving.
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