New York is ahead of other large states when it comes to the number of vaccinated people per 100,000 residents.
Residents are starting to get the second doses they need to be protected against COVID-19.
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Gov. Cuomo at a July briefing
The pandemic attacked New York state like nowhere else in the country.
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State Senate Housing Committee Chair Brian Kavanagh
Lawmakers and activists say a new eviction moratorium is the first step in a wider 2021 effort.
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U.S. Rep. Chris Collins.
How the former member of Congress became a free man after pleading guilty to insider trading in 2019.
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Governor Cuomo announcing the Vaccine Equity Task Force
Members of a new state task force explain what needs to be done to beat COVID-19.
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What should you expect from Albany in 2021?
Will a Democratic supermajority and newly elected left-wing lawmakers shake up Albany?
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An empty New York State Senate chamber.
Landmark legislation in the months ahead could help New York recover from the pandemic.
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The first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine given in the United States.
It appears to be more transmissible, but it’s unclear if it’s different enough to be unaffected by existing vaccines.
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Image of a snowy street in NYC during a blizzard.
Things are guaranteed to get worse before they get any better in 2021.
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Nurse Sandra Lindsay is the first New Yorker to receive a federally approved COVID-19 vaccine
An ICU nurse from Queens has become the first person to receive a federally approved COVID-19 vaccine.
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