The state’s chief executive said the hub, along with others opening up at public housing complexes and churches across the state in the days and weeks to come, aims to ensure that everyone gets access to the life-saving shot regardless of their background.

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Health care workers get ready to vaccinate patients at the William Reid Houses in Brooklyn. The new COVID-19 vaccine hub that opened Saturday morning at Brooklyn’s William Reid House is more than just about protecting people from the deadly illness, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

The state’s chief executive said […]

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