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The Wrap Up – February 22, 2021

Updated Industry Re-Opening Guidance Governor Andrew Cuomo today announced guidance to begin re-opening additional sectors of the economy, as New York State's hospitalization and COVID-19 infection rates continue to decline.  Beginning March 5th, movie theaters in New York City (as well as theaters that have been closed in any remaining parts of the State) and billiard halls statewide will be permitted to re-open.  Furthermore, beginning March 15th, weddings and catered events can resume statewide.   Specific guidance is as follows:   [...]

2021-03-02T11:57:25-05:00March 2nd, 2021|COVID-19, New York City, New York State, Wrap Up|

The Wrap Up – February 17, 2021

Vaccination Sites Today, Governor Cuomo announced the State will add 13 additional pop-up vaccination sites that will vaccinate an estimated 3,850 people each week and will be re-established in three weeks to administer second doses.   The new pop-up will be located in the follow regions: New York City – 5 Long Island – 1 Hudson Valley – 2 Capital Region – 1 Western New York – 1 Finger Lakes – 1 Central NY – 1 Southern Tier – 1   [...]

2021-03-02T11:56:07-05:00March 2nd, 2021|COVID-19, New York City, New York State, Wrap Up|

The Wrap Up – February 15, 2021

Variants Continue Today, Governor Cuomo announced that there was currently a patient at a New York City hospital that had been confirmed to have the South African variant of COVID-19. This patient did not originate in the State but was transferred from a Connecticut medical facility directly to the New York Hospital.   Vaccine Eligibility and Protocol The Governor announced that more than 2 million New Yorkers have received the first dose of their vaccine and more than 1 million New [...]

The Wrap Up – February 10, 2021

Vaccine Inequity Governor Cuomo announced today that in conjunction with the federal government and with the assistance of FEMA, two mass-vaccination sites will be opened in socially vulnerable communities: one at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn and the second at York College in Queens. These sites are expected to vaccinate 3,000 people per day, over an eight week period. The state plans to work with the federal government to open similar sites outside of New York City in yet to be [...]

2021-02-15T11:55:56-05:00February 15th, 2021|COVID-19, New York State, State of the State, Wrap Up|

The Wrap Up – February 9, 2021

Vaccine Changes for New York State Today, Governor Cuomo announced the federal government will increase the state’s vaccine allocation by an additional 5%, which is expected to last three weeks. In addition, the federal government will direct additional vaccines to sites that currently act as federally qualified community health centers. This allocation will continue to be counted separately from the States existing federal allocations.   With a continued push for the centralized collection and administration of the States vaccine allocation, the [...]

2021-02-15T11:54:41-05:00February 15th, 2021|COVID-19, New York State, Wrap Up|

The Wrap Up – February 8, 2021

New Vaccination Eligibility Begins on Sunday, February 14 Governor Andrew Cuomo today announced that New Yorkers with comorbidities and underlying conditions can make appointments at State-run mass vaccination sites beginning Sunday, February 14th.  The first of these appointments can be scheduled for Monday, February 15th. Local health departments will determine how, where and when to schedule appointments in their jurisdictions. The Governor stipulated that no local jurisdiction should accept appointments until vaccine allocations are known, and no earlier than February 14th.   To [...]

2021-02-15T11:53:27-05:00February 15th, 2021|COVID-19, New York City, New York State, Wrap Up|

The Wrap Up – February 5, 2021

Expanded Eligibility for COVID-19 Vaccines Begins on February 15 Governor Andrew Cuomo today announced the list of comorbidities and underlying conditions that New York State will use to determine eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine.  Adult New Yorkers of any age who have one of the comorbidities on the list will be eligible for the vaccine beginning February 15th.   The full list of comorbidities and underlying conditions, based on CDC-guidance, is available below. The list is subject to change as additional [...]

2021-02-15T11:50:53-05:00February 15th, 2021|COVID-19, New York State, Wrap Up|

The Wrap Up – February 2, 2021

State Vaccination Allocation Increases Today, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that the weekly supply of vaccines that are allocated to New York State from the federal government will now be increased by 20% over what we were getting at the start of the year. This increase will commence next week and is expected to last for the next three weeks.   With this expansion in the anticipated number of vaccines, Governor Cuomo is granting local Departments of Health the flexibility to add [...]

2021-02-15T11:49:11-05:00February 15th, 2021|COVID-19, New York State, State of the State, Wrap Up|

The Wrap Up – January 29, 2021

Marriage Receptions  With the continued drop in the state passivity rate, today Governor Cuomo announced that beginning March 15 marriage receptions can return under new parameters. The newly planned restrictions are as follows:     In addition to these restrictions, the State is in development of an app that will be used for proof of testing and to accompany this initiative. The Governor also indicated that the State is developing guidance for other general events where tests would be administered followed [...]

2021-02-15T11:47:05-05:00February 15th, 2021|COVID-19, New York State, State of the State, Wrap Up|

The Wrap Up – January 27, 2021

Orange Zones Disappear Governor Andrew Cuomo announced today that with the continued lowering of the statewide positivity rate as well as the decreasing rate of hospitalizations, all Orange zone restrictions around the State have been lifted and only five communities remain within a Yellow zone, including certain parts of Washington Heights, Queens, Newburgh and two areas of the Bronx.   With this new change in the micro-cluster zones, Dr. Howard Zucker, Commissioner of the New York State Department of Health, clarified [...]

2021-02-15T11:41:17-05:00February 15th, 2021|COVID-19, New York State, Wrap Up|
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