COVID-19 vaccination hubs to reopen Wednesday after storm
New York City's vaccination hubs will reopen Wednesday, according to the mayor.
The mayor says the appointments that had to be rescheduled due to the storm will start back up on Wednesday.
For those waiting for their appointments to be rescheduled, officials say that process works the same way for NYC Health + Hospitals as it does for the Department of Health.
Health officials tell News 12 they will not be making new appointments until they take care of all of those who need to be rescheduled.
Mayor Bill de Blasio says supply remains an issue and that there’s a capacity to vaccinate half a million New Yorkers a week, but that is not happening because they do not have enough vaccinations.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that the federal government has administered 20% more vaccination doses that will be coming to New York.