New York has not administered about two-thirds of its coronavirus vaccines, sparking outcry from residents.
“Once again, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio prove their ineptitude as New York’s leaders — all talk and little action,” the New York Post’s editorial board wrote of vaccine distribution.
“A Bloomberg News analysis finds that New York state has administered only 32 percent of the vaccines provided. In New York City, it’s even worse: 25.4 percent,” it added.
As of last week, over 600,000 vaccines have been sent to the state, but only 203,000 vaccines
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