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Northwell, New York’s largest healthcare provider, offers appointments only as it gets more vaccine, and only after allocating doses to people scheduled for their second shots, Kemp said. Although the supply flow has been sporadic, Northwell expects to offer appointments in the coming week, he added. Besides New York, signs of vaccine supply strains appeared in Vermont, Michigan, South Carolina, New Jersey and Oregon. Adding to the inter-governmental tension was a squabble in which several governors accused the Trump administration on Friday of deceptively pledging to distribute millions of COVID-19 vaccine doses from a stockpile that the U.S. health secretary has since acknowledged does not exist. Since the first vaccine was administered in the United States in mid-December, nearly 12.3 million doses have been given, out of 31.2 million doses distributed, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Persons: Richard Dang, Ashley Van Dyke, Irfan Khan, we’re, Joe Kemp, Kemp, Kate Brown, Phil Scott, ” Scott, Andrew Cuomo, Bill de Blasio, De Blasio, Biden, Jack Sterne, ” Sterne, Trump Organizations: YORK, USC, Pharmacy, Dodger, Pfizer Inc, Moderna Inc, Twitter . New, inoculations, Sinai, NYU Langone Health, Centers for Disease Control, CDC, Reuters, University of Washington, university’s Institute for Health Metrics Locations: COVID, Los Angeles , California, U.S, York, New, New York, Vermont , Michigan, South Carolina , New Jersey, Oregon, In Oregon, Vermont, Twitter . New York, inoculations ., New York City, , Washington, United States, California
We had hope.”New York City, once the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S., has been plagued by vaccine distribution stumbles, just like nearly every part of the country. From supply shortages to registration issues, a string of mishaps have impaired rollout efforts across the five boroughs. “I’m telling you at this rate, there will not be any doses available in New York by next week,” he said. More than 337,000 doses have been administered in New York City so far, according to the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Mount Sinai said this week that they were forced to cancel some vaccination appointments because of low supply.
Persons: Bill McBain, , Bill de Blasio, Andrew Cuomo, Mitchell Katz, Cuomo, Howard Stein, Bronx . Stein, Stein, McBain, , de Blasio, Sinai Organizations: Brooklyn Army, New York, WNYC, Gov, NYC, City Hall, Bronx ., Facebook, NYC Department of Health, Mental Hygiene Locations: Brooklyn, York City, U.S, New York, New, New York City, Manhattan, Bronx, Valhalla
Scattered U.S. vaccine shortages halt some COVID-19 inoculations
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Peter Szekely | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
FILE PHOTO: A medical worker prepares to administer the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at a drive-through COVID-19 vaccination site at the Strawberry Festival Fairgrounds in Plant City, Florida, U.S. January 13, 2021. “We’ve been getting resupply right now at a very paltry level of about 100,000 doses a week,” de Blasio said on WNYC radio. At least one New York City healthcare system canceled vaccination appointments and another suspended new ones. A Mount Sinai Hospital spokeswoman said “sudden changes in vaccine supply” forced it to cancel appointments through next Tuesday. According to the CDC, however, New York state has administered only about 757,000 doses of the 1.9 million it has received.
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NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The governors of several states accused the Trump administration on Friday of deception in pledging to immediately distribute millions of COVID-19 vaccine doses from a stockpile that the U.S. health secretary has since acknowledged does not exist. The Washington Post reported on Friday that the federal government ran down its vaccine reserve in late December and has no remaining reserves of doses on hand. REUTERS/Octavio JonesPfizer said it has been holding on to second doses at the request of the federal government and anticipated no problems supplying them to Americans. “Operation Warp Speed has asked us to start shipping second doses only recently. As a result, we have on hand all the second doses of the previous shipments to the U.S.,” a company spokeswoman said in a statement.
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ET Covid-19 Live Updates: 2 Million Dead Around World From Virus Amid a shifting rollout, at least 28 states have begun vaccinating older people, prompting questions about which groups get priority. Advertisement Continue reading the main storyThe C.D.C warns that the new virus variant could fuel huge spikes in coronavirus cases. A plant in Marburg that BioNTech purchased last year is expected to start producing vaccine doses soon. A healthcare worker receives a Covid-19 vaccine at Mount Sinai hospital in Manhattan last month. Mr. Biden has promised 100 million Covid-19 vaccine shots will be administered during his first 100 days in office.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio said Friday on Brian Lehrer’s radio show that the city would run out of doses by next week. Officials in New York State warned this week that they were growing increasingly worried about the supply, pleading with federal officials to increase the amount of doses they send every week. About 100,000 of them go to New York City, Mr. de Blasio said on Friday. Until recently, New York City had been struggling to quickly administer the doses it had received, and a large backlog of doses had built up. But as those new sites opened, the supply of vaccine doses that had been directed to some hospitals appeared to diminish.
Persons: Bill de Blasio, Brian Lehrer’s, Andrew M, Cuomo, de Blasio Organizations: New York State, Gov Locations: New York, New York City
New York City's FY 2022 budget gap grows to $5.25 billion
  + stars: | 2021-01-14 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
FILE PHOTO: New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, speaks during a news conference, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the Coney Island neighborhood of the Brooklyn borough of New York City, U.S., September 15, 2020. The gap in the nearly $92.3 billion preliminary budget for the fiscal year that begins on July 1 grew to $5.25 billion from the city’s November financial plan projection of $3.75 billion. “This is absolutely crucial to get a strong stimulus from Washington - an actual stimulus, not just a survival package,” he said. “A stimulus with direct aid to New York City and all localities. That’s going to be the single number-one difference maker.”President-elect Joe Biden is scheduled to unveil a $1.9 trillion plan later on Thursday.
Persons: Bill de Blasio, Brendan McDermid, , Joe Biden Organizations: REUTERS, New, White, U.S, Congress, . New, Moody’s Investors Service, Fitch Locations: York City, Coney, Brooklyn, New York City, U.S, Washington, . New York City
New York City teacher Sari Rosenberg poses for a photograph in New York City, U.S. in July 2019. Across the country, many teachers, including those in neighboring New Jersey, are still not eligible to receive the vaccine. Many of the 50 million public students in the United States are still taking their classes online, almost a year after the virus shut down schools nationwide. In Chicago, where teachers are not getting vaccinated yet, the powerful teachers union is pushing back against the district requiring teachers to return to classrooms as it gradually reopens school buildings. In-person education has resumed for some in New York City public schools and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said this week he was eager to get more children back in the classroom.
Persons: Rebecca Crawford, Sari Rosenberg, Maximillian Re, Crawford, Andrew Cuomo, ” Crawford, Nicole Flores, vaccinate, , ” Rocio Lopez, Lopez, , Rosenberg, Bill de Blasio, Rochell Wallace, Haley, Wallace, I’m Organizations: YORK, New York City, New, REUTERS, Wednesday, Kings County Hospital, New York, Reuters, Maplewood Education Association, Health, Milwaukee Locations: New York City, U.S, Handout, Kings, Brooklyn, New Jersey, United States, Chicago, Orange, New York, New, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
New York Attorney General Letitia James has sued the city of New York, as well as its mayor and police commissioner to install a monitor to oversee the police department, alleging civil rights abuses, including by officers at protests over the death of George Floyd. "No one is above the law — not even the individuals charged with enforcing it," James said Thursday. This boy had his hands up when an NYPD ofcr pulled his mask down and pepper sprayed him. "With today’s lawsuit, this longstanding pattern of brutal and illegal force ends." James said that she does not think that every officer is problematic, but that the city has a "systemic problem," that needs to be addressed.
Persons: Letitia James, George Floyd, , James, NYPD ofcr, , Bill de Blasio, Dermot Shea, Terence Monahan Organizations: New, NYPD Locations: New York
New York AG sues over excessive force by NYC police against protesters
  + stars: | 2021-01-14 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.89   time to read: 1 min
FILE PHOTO: New York State Attorney General Letitia James speaks during a news conference regarding a lawsuit to dissolve the National Rifle Association, In New York, U.S., August 6, 2020. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid(Reuters) - New York state Attorney General Letitia James on Thursday sued New York City, Mayor Bill De Blasio and the city’s police commissioner on Thursday over allegations the police used excessive force against racial justice protesters in the wake of the killing of George Floyd.
Persons: Letitia James, Brendan McDermid, Bill De Blasio, George Floyd Organizations: York, National Rifle Association, REUTERS, New Locations: New York, U.S, New York City
New York AG sues NYC police for excessive force against protesters
  + stars: | 2021-01-14 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
FILE PHOTO: New York State Attorney General Letitia James speaks during a news conference regarding a lawsuit to dissolve the National Rifle Association, In New York, U.S., August 6, 2020. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid(Reuters) - New York state Attorney General Letitia James on Thursday sued New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio and the city’s police commissioner on Thursday over allegations the police used excessive force against racial justice protesters in the wake of the killing of George Floyd last year. The federal lawsuit alleges New York City police repeatedly and without justification used batons and other physical force against protesters, many of whom were never charged with a crime, causing broken bones and concussions among other injuries. The lawsuit said the police violated protesters’ rights and is seeking a court order to mandating policies, training and monitoring to assure and end to the unlawful practices.
Persons: Letitia James, Brendan McDermid, Bill De Blasio, George Floyd Organizations: York, National Rifle Association, REUTERS, New York, New, New York City Locations: New York, U.S, New York City
New York attorney general sues NYPD for excessive force against protesters
  + stars: | 2021-01-14 | by ( Tom Hals | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +3 min
(Reuters) - New York’s state attorney general on Thursday sued New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio and the city’s police commissioner over allegations the police used excessive force against racial justice protesters after the killing of George Floyd in May. In addition to excessive force, state Attorney General Letitia James alleged police detained hundreds of protesters, medics and observers without probable cause. In late May, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo expressed alarm over “disturbing violent clashes” between New York Police Department officers and protesters, and appointed James to investigate and produce a report. In her preliminary report in July, James recommended that the mayor give up sole control over the police commissioner’s hiring. In December, a separate report by the New York City Department of Investigation found the NYPD used excessive force and blamed the response on the failure of most officers to receive “relevant training” in policing such protests.
Persons: Bill De Blasio, George Floyd, Letitia James, , De Blasio, Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Andrew Cuomo, James, Dermot Shea Organizations: Reuters, New York, New York Police Department, New York City Department of Investigation, NYPD Locations: New York City, U.S, Manhattan, Minneapolis, Louisville , Kentucky, New York, Blasio
Andrew Yang announces run for NYC mayor
  + stars: | 2021-01-14 | by ( ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.99   time to read: +1 min
Former 2020 U.S. presidential contender Andrew Yang on Wednesday said he will run for mayor of New York City as a Democrat in this year’s elections. “I am running for mayor because I see a crisis - and I believe I can help,” Yang said in a message posted on his campaign website. Registered Democrats will vote for their nominee on June 22, 2021 primary, ahead of the general election on Nov. 2. A native New Yorker and an Ivy League-educated son of Taiwanese immigrants, entrepreneur Yang would be the city’s first Asian-American mayor. The city’s Campaign Finance Board disclosed in December that Yang had filed papers to run for the role.
Persons: Andrew Yang, Yang, ” Yang, Eric Adams, Scott Stringer, Maya Wiley, Bill de Blasio Organizations: Democratic, Brooklyn Borough, Ivy League, city’s Campaign Locations: New York City, , United States, New York, Brooklyn, Eric Adams , New York, Yorker
FILE PHOTO: Former 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang speaks by video feed during the 4th and final night of the 2020 Democratic National Convention, as participants from across the country are hosted over video links from the originally planned site of the convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S. August 20, 2020. 2020 Democratic National Convention/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo(Reuters) - Former 2020 U.S. presidential contender Andrew Yang on Wednesday said he will run for mayor of New York City as a Democrat in this year’s elections. “I am running for mayor because I see a crisis - and I believe I can help,” Yang said in a message posted on his campaign website. A native New Yorker and an Ivy League-educated son of Taiwanese immigrants, entrepreneur Yang would be the city’s first Asian-American mayor. The city’s Campaign Finance Board disclosed in December that Yang had filed papers to run for the role.
Persons: Andrew Yang, Yang, ” Yang, Eric Adams, Scott Stringer, Maya Wiley, Bill de Blasio Organizations: Democratic, Convention, Brooklyn Borough, Ivy League, city’s Campaign Locations: Milwaukee , Wisconsin, U.S, New York City, , United States, New York, Brooklyn, Eric Adams , New York, Yorker
Covid-19 Vaccines › Answers to Your Vaccine Questions If I live in the U.S., when can I get the vaccine? A growing number of coronavirus vaccines are showing robust protection against becoming sick. So for the time being, even vaccinated people will need to wear masks, avoid indoor crowds, and so on. The Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine is delivered as a shot in the arm, like other typical vaccines. Will mRNA vaccines change my genes?
Persons: , Mark Treyger, Bill de Blasio, it’s, I’ve, they’re, you’ve, Lorraine Cortés, Allison Nickerson, hadn’t Organizations: Pfizer, Moderna, Department for Locations: Brooklyn, New York City, , U.S, NY
A quarter of people vaccinated in New York City don't actually live there, local publication The City reported Tuesday. New York City's essential workers can get vaccines in the city in they live elsewhere. More than 25% of people vaccinated in New York City don't actually live there, local publication The City reported Tuesday. As of Monday, 216,014 people had received a vaccine in the city, The City reported. This includes essential workers who work in New York City but live elsewhere.
Persons: Bill de Blasio, Read, de Blasio, that's, Mark Levine, Levine, Andrew Cuomo, Cuomo Organizations: New York State, Staff, Federal Locations: New York, York, The City, New Jersey, Connecticut, New York City, NYC, Long Island , New Jersey , Connecticut
The Maddening Red Tape Facing Older People Who Want the Vaccine
  + stars: | 2021-01-14 | by ( Sharon Otterman | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
Covid-19 Vaccines › Answers to Your Vaccine Questions If I live in the U.S., when can I get the vaccine? While the exact order of vaccine recipients may vary by state, most will likely put medical workers and residents of long-term care facilities first. A growing number of coronavirus vaccines are showing robust protection against becoming sick. The Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine is delivered as a shot in the arm, like other typical vaccines. Will mRNA vaccines change my genes?
Persons: , Mark Treyger, Bill de Blasio, it’s, I’ve, they’re, you’ve, Lorraine Cortés, Allison Nickerson Organizations: Pfizer, Moderna, Department for Locations: Brooklyn, New York City, , U.S, NY
New York AG sues NYPD over excessive force at racial justice protests
  + stars: | 2021-01-14 | by ( Tucker Higgins | In | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
New York State Attorney General Letitia James speaks during a press conference announcing a lawsuit to dissolve the NRA on August 06, 2020 in New York City. Michael M. Santiago | Getty ImagesNew York Attorney General Letitia James on Thursday filed a lawsuit against the New York Police Department and New York City alleging that authorities used excessive force during the summer's racial justice protests. The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, calls for the NYPD to undertake systemic reforms to be overseen by an independent monitor. "There is no question that the NYPD engaged in a pattern of excessive, brutal, and unlawful force against peaceful protesters," James said in a statement accompanying the lawsuit. NYPD police officers watch demonstrators in Times Square on June 1, 2020, during a "Black Lives Matter" protest.
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Swarms of New Yorkers lined up at Brooklyn Grand Army Terminal seeking the vaccine, but officials said there was not enough for people without appointments. But as swarms of New Yorkers descended on the vaccination site, the mayor's office tweeted that the shots are reserved for people with appointments, and the Facebook post was a "bogus" rumor. Approximately 500 people were in line at Brooklyn Army Terminal around 5pm, Jessica Valenti tweeted, in a message she deleted hours later. Another Twitter user, Stephen Lurie, posted a video of people standing in line at Brooklyn Army. Neidhart also wrote in a tweet that the mayor's office would be sending someone to clear up the line.
Persons: Bill Neidhardt, Bill de Blasio, Jessica Valenti, Stephen Lurie, Neidhart, Justin Brannan, Moderna's, Hilary Brueck Organizations: Brooklyn Grand Army, Facebook, Brooklyn Army, Twitter, New Locations: New York City, Brooklyn, New
A Facebook post said there were more than 400 extra vaccine doses available in New York City for walk-in appointments that needed to be used before 7pm. Swarms of New Yorkers lined up at Brooklyn Grand Army Terminal seeking the vaccine, but officials said there was not enough for people without appointments. A rumor about hundreds of extra COVID-19 vaccines available in Brooklyn swept Facebook and Twitter Thursday afternoon. Another Twitter user, Stephen Lurie, posted a video of people standing in line at Brooklyn Army. However, the Brooklyn Army Terminal is a 24/7 vaccination site, so having thawed vaccines left over at the end of the day was not a concern there.
Persons: Hannah Freedman, Bill Neidhardt, Bill de Blasio, Jessica Valenti, Stephen Lurie, Neidhart, Justin Brannan, Hilary Brueck Organizations: Brooklyn Grand Army, Facebook, Brooklyn Army, Twitter, York Locations: New York City, Brooklyn
Slideshow ( 5 images )The mayor said short supplies were hampering New York City’s efforts to ramp up its vaccinating capacity. Nationwide, only about one-third of the 29.4 million doses distributed to states have been administered, according to data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The daily toll brought the number of U.S. COVID-19 casualties to 380,524, with the number of cases at 22.7 million by Tuesday night, more than any other country. The virus is projected to take more than 108,000 lives this month before death rate ebbs as move vaccine is administered, the IHME said. A leveling-off of the number of COVID-19 patients requiring hospitalization has emerged as an encouraging sign in the past week.
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(Reuters) - More than 10 million Americans have received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine as of Wednesday, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as the year-old pandemic roared on unchecked. A man receives a dose of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at the New York State COVID-19 vaccination site at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, in New York City, U.S., January 13, 2021. Political leaders and health officials nationwide have scrambled in recent days to push out more vaccines to their residents, many lowering the age requirement to 65. Slideshow ( 4 images )Public health officials say so far no U.S. state has used up its supply of the vaccines. California, the nation’s most populous state, has seen new hospitalizations drop this week, according to health officials.
Persons: Jacob K, Brendan McDermid, Alex Azar, BioNTech, Johnson, Paul Stoffels, Bill de Blasio, ” de Blasio, de Blasio Organizations: Reuters, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, New York, Javits Convention Center, REUTERS, CDC, Trump, Human Services, Moderna, Pfizer, Major League Baseball, Javits, Nationwide Locations: New York City, U.S, United States, California, New York, Manhattan, United Kingdom
A man receives a dose of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at the New York State COVID-19 vaccination site at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, in New York City, U.S., January 13, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermidThe United States reached 10.2 million inoculations one day after the CDC and Trump administration gave new guidance to U.S. states on who should receive the shots first. Political leaders and health officials nationwide have scrambled in recent days to push out more vaccines to their residents, many lowering the age requirement to 65. Public health officials say so far no U.S. state has used up its supply of the vaccines. California, the nation’s most populous state, has seen new hospitalizations drop this week, according to health officials.
Persons: Jacob K, Brendan McDermid, Gavin Newsom, Newsom, Alex Azar, BioNTech, Johnson, Paul Stoffels, Bill de Blasio, ” de Blasio, de Blasio Organizations: Reuters, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, New York, Javits Convention Center, REUTERS, CDC, Trump, Human Services, Moderna, Pfizer, Major League Baseball, Public, Javits, Nationwide Locations: New York City, U.S, United States, California, New York, Manhattan, United Kingdom
"Customer-service is especially important if we want millions to return for their second doses," Palin said in an email. Spencer Platt / Getty ImagesDe Blasio also warned that his city could run out of the Covid-19 vaccine in less than two weeks. Supply chain experts said that if the vaccine rollout had been done correctly, New York City would already be out of doses — and thousands more people would have been inoculated by now. “We are administering the vaccine on demand, and people are coming from many different places,” Persaud told NJ.com. “I don’t want them (doses) sitting on the shelf if there’s a demand for the vaccine."
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“Yet another example of Mayor de Blasio’s blatant disregard for the facts," Eric Trump, executive vice president of the Trump Organization and the president's son, said in a statement to NBC News. "The City of New York has no legal right to end our contracts and if they elect to proceed, they will owe The Trump Organization over $30 million dollars. “This is a breach of a binding contract, and they have no right to terminate the agreement,” the Trump Organization said in a statement Sunday. Meanwhile, the business backlash against the president for his role in the deadly attacks on the Capitol continues to grow. Cushman & Wakefield, one of the country's largest real estate service firms, said it would no longer do business with the Trump Organization, a company spokesperson told NBC News in an email.
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