COVID Vaccine Eligibility in NY Expands to Those 60 and Older and Teachers

New Yorkers 60 and older and teachers are now able to get the COVID vaccine, starting at 8am today. New York governor Andrew Cuomo says the expanded eligibility comes as the supply of vaccine is on the rise…

Government employees, nonprofit workers, and essential building service workers will be eligible for the vaccine beginning March 17th.

And in just nine more days (March 19th), restaurants across the state, but not in the city, can open at 75% capacity, that is if the numbers don’t spike between now and then. The owner of Marcello’s Ristorante in Suffern, Marcello Russodivito, says that’s great, but it may not help all that much, because he still can’t move his tables any closer together…

COVID-19 by the numbers now, here in Rockland, we lost one more to COVID, the total is 899. We’ve got 34 hospitalized confirmed with coronavirus, and 1,745 active cases. Our total case count is 40,010, that’s 205 more than Tuesday.

Snow Closings Updated Regularly

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