A network of urgent care clinics based in Brooklyn will likely be charged with multiple crimes after an investigation into how it handled a batch of the coronavirus vaccine, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced.
The governor said Monday that a state police investigation into ParCare Community Health Network which has locations in Brooklyn and Harlem will be referred to the Attorney General after authorities concluded that there were multiple crimes in the way the clinics transferred, stored and administered the vaccine, Cuomo said Monday.
State police and the New York Department of Health had opened an investigation into the New York City clinics over the weekend after accusations ParCare had given out “fraudulently obtained” doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to members of the public despite the state’s plan to first vaccinate healthcare workers and nursing home staff and residents.
The ParCare clinics, which have locations in Brooklyn and Harlem, are under a criminal probe after allegedly ignoring vaccination rules. (Google Maps.) BROOKLYN, NY A network of urgent care clinics based in Brooklyn will likely be charged with multiple crimes after an investigation into how it handled a […]
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