COVID-19 vaccine eligible to all New Yorkers as of April 6, Cuomo says


Every adult in the Empire State, regardless of condition, can get the COVID-19 vaccine, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Monday.

Beginning on April 6, New Yorkers who haven’t yet received a dose may make appointments for one through city and state vaccine hubs, as well as local health care providers. Since the vaccine debuted publicly on Dec. 14, 2020, there had been limits on who could get the dose — with essential health care workers and nursing care staff/residents getting first priority.