Those over 30 in New York will be able to get vaccinated against covid-19 from this Tuesday.


In the United States, New York is the best example against COVID-19 of the good rate of vaccination. The State will allow all residents over 16 to be vaccinated on April 6. this Monday, governor Andrew Cuomo declared, Appropriate for other regions of the country, such as Mississippi and Alaska, which have taken similar steps. Also, starting at eight in the morning on Tuesday, March 30, those over 30 can make an immunized appointment. Until today the limit was in 50 years.

30% of New York State residents have received the first dose of the vaccine, and nearly 17% both. Nevertheless, the country's east coast, particularly the states of New York and New Jersey, recorded a sharp rise in cases this Thursday as security measures eased as social activities resumed. Interiors with limited capacity. Both countries top the list of regions where the country's 100,000 inhabitants have been most affected. New York recorded 548 incidents per 100,000. New Jersey recorded an average of 647 incidents per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days.

Starting March 30, all New Yorkers age 30 and older will be fit to get immunized. Today, we get a great move to beat the covid All New Yorkers age 16 and older will be eligible as of April 6, well before the May 1 by the White House deadline set," the governor announced, including to all governments state to President call to mayday to concede vaccination.

It is more critical that every one of the New Yorkers carries a mask, respect the social distance and follow all safety guidelines," added Cuomo about the upturn. Of contagions.

Since mid-February, when the State chose to resume restaurant entrances with restricted capacity, Until April 1, New York has been slowing down and maintaining control measures, the reopening of cinemas, as well as stadiums and theaters as long as the capacity limitation is respected with a capacity Of concerts of more than 10,000 people.

The increase in cases in the country has also been echoed this Monday by the White House. Doctors Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC, in its acronym in English), and Anthony Fauci, advisor to Biden, have emphasized the rise in infections also the generalization of the process of vaccination. In the last seven days, the average was 2.7 million. That number rose to 3.28 million this Sunday. 73% of the elderly have received at least one dose, and 36% of adults (more than one in three). Nearly one in five more than 50 million Americans both have received.

On Monday, health officials have insisted that vaccine deliveries are guaranteed, especially after Moderna did deliver 100 million doses on Monday. The news is good. We are heading in the right direction. But we can't be slow because millions of people who have not yet been vaccinated are at risk. They have signaled their presence in the White House. 

To meet the projected goal of delivering 200 million doses in Biden's first 100 days in office, the federal government will open two new macro vaccination centers in Missouri and Indiana. There are about twenty operations throughout the country.