Brooklyn & Queens Get FEMA COVID Vaccination Sites, Rockland Still Has None

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is setting up two community-based mass-vaccination sites in Brooklyn and Queens, exclusively for their residents, while Rockland still has no state vaccination site to call its own. The FEMA sites in the city came at the request of governor Andrew Cuomo, who says the sites will help some of the state’s hardest hit communities…

But he wouldn’t say yet where those sites are. Rockland County Executive Ed Day has been frustrated by the governor’s failure to help Rockland out, and said Friday having a state-run facility could help get more Rocklanders vaccinated…

The governor expects the FEMA sites in the city to serve as national models for vaccine distribution. The two sites will vaccinate around 3,000 Brooklyn and Queens residents each day over an eight-week period.

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