NY Agrees to CDC COVID Vaccination Expansion for People 65 and Older
The CDC is recommending states expand access to COVID-19 vaccines to everyone 65 and older.
New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo says the state will accept the guidelines but the lack of vaccine won’t speed up the current process.
The new guidelines also include adults of any age with an underlying health condition that might place them at risk for complications or more severe illness.
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