30 for 30: Cuomo opens COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to thirtysomethings Tuesday; all others April 6

Embattled Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Monday that the state would open vaccine eligibility to New Yorkers over 30 years of age on Tuesday, March 30.

The Cuomo administration believes New York will reach the ability to universally vaccinate the public ahead of the Biden administration’s May 1 deadline with the governor stating Monday that anyone over the age of 16 will be able to book an appointment on April 6.

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