Coronavirus

Donald Trump in Texas on Jan. 12.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
Outdoor seating bubble in NYC.
A new court ruling has pushed Gov. Andrew Cuomo to ease up on restrictions.
A COVID-19 vaccine is administered at NYC Health + Hospitals/Elmhurst in Queens.
New York ramps up its vaccination efforts. Here’s a look at other key COVID-19 figures in the state.
COVID-19 Vaccine
New York had months to prepare for rolling out the COVID-19 vaccine, and yet signing up for a vaccination is complicated and difficult. Here’s why.
Last week, Gov. Andrew Cuomo conceded that his plan to vaccinate New Yorkers was failing.
The governor took a step in the right direction by increasing the eligible groups, but he needs to make it easier on providers and patients.
Governor Cuomo during the State of the State address on Monday.
Public health experts hope the discovery acts as a “wakeup call” about New York’s troubling increase in cases.
Pro-Trump rioters at the United States Capitol on January 6.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo
It looks like essential workers and the elderly can start getting vaccinated on Monday
Governor Cuomo
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s well-intentioned threat to punish health care workers who vaccinate ineligible people could backfire.
Line at Morrisania Hospital in the Bronx in 1947 for the smallpox vaccine.
New York City gave smallpox vaccines to 5 million residents in just two weeks 74 years ago. What have we unlearned?
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