COVID-19 Vaccine

N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo; President Donald Trump
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Governor Andrew Cuomo said his vaccination plan for New York, released over the weekend, is preliminary, and that much more information is needed to finalize the distribution of the vaccine to New Yorkers, when it becomes available.

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said the state is working on a plan to distribute a coronavirus vaccine to residents, when the drug becomes available.

Coronavirus Vaccine Research
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The state of Connecticut has until October 16 to tell the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention about it’s vaccine distribution plan.

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The Yale School of Medicine says it will prioritize diverse and underserved communities as it conducts Covid-19 vaccine trials.


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Drug manufacturer Pfizer’s facility in Groton, Connecticut, is one of several that will work toward producing a COVID-19 vaccine by the end of the year.