Posted: Mar 1, 2021 / 5:28 PM EST / Updated: Mar 1, 2021 / 5:28 PM EST
Erie County will provide vaccines to people in priority categories aged 65 and over starting this week.
Previously, people 65 and older could only get the vaccine at pharmacies or state-sponsored facilities. New York State will be working with counties statewide to help them expand their vaccinations.
As for the details, there is still a lot more questions rather than answers. It is not known on what day registrations for the county will begin.
Sure TwitterErie County Director Mark Polconcarz said he expects the state to grant the county an additional vaccine allowance each week specifically for people 65 and older.
A spokesperson for the health department said the county will receive at least 1,300 first doses in particular …
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