NY touts high COVID vaccinations, Black neighborhoods still lagging behind

New Yorkers are living in a somewhat post-COVID world as 70% of state residents have either received their first vaccine dose or are fully vaccinated and restrictions were lifted. However, many neighborhoods in New York City are still lagging behind in vaccinations.

During the first full week since Cuomo lifted several COVID restrictions, including capacity limits, mask mandates and social distancing, things seem to be on the path of getting back to normal. Statewide COVID-19 rates have been going down for 76 consecutive days.

Mobile vaccine unit in Fordham Plaza in the Bronx Cyril Josh Barker photo New Yorkers are living in a somewhat post-COVID world as 70% of state residents have either received their first vaccine dose or are fully vaccinated and restrictions were lifted. However, many neighborhoods in New York City […]

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