Cuomo unveils new COVID-19 vaccine hub program, lowers eligibility age

Governor Andrew Cuomo unveiled on Monday a new program to help create vaccine hubs within houses of worship across the Empire State — but once again, no reporters were there to attend.

Cuomo also announced that all New Yorkers 50 and up will be eligible to receive the vaccine, and they can begin scheduling appointments tomorrow, March 23. Up till now, only New Yorkers 60 and older, or those with pre-existing conditions, were eligible for the vaccine along with essential workers.

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