Snowstorm doesn't stop vaccinations at Yankee Stadium

Snow didn't stop  New Yorkers from heading to Yankee Stadium to receive their coronavirus vaccine on Sunday.
The famed baseball facility opened as a mass vaccination site for Bronx residents Friday.
City officials hope it will help minority communities access the vaccine faster.
Anyone receiving their shot at the stadium needs to show proof that they are a Bronx resident.
Several vaccine sites closed due to the snowstorm, but Yankee Stadium, the Westchester County Center and Javits Center are still giving shots.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says there are indoor locations with the infrastructure and equipment to create a safe experience for those getting vaccinated.
The city says at least 13,000 of the 15,000 appointments made available in the first week at the stadium have already been filled.