The Biden administration is building three new COVID-19 vaccination sites in Texas and two in New York to target socially vulnerable communities
- Five new vaccination sites are being built in the US: three in Texas and two in
- It's part of the
Biden administration's plan to vaccinate "socially vulnerable communities."
- The sites will be capable of administering more than 10,000 shots a day.
The Biden administration announced Wednesday that it is building five new vaccinations sites across New York and Texas in effort to immunize poorer and more vulnerable American populations against
The sites, which will be operational on February 22, will be staffed by federal teams who will work with the state and local authorities, Zients said.Later on Wednesday, Zients joined New York governor, Andrew Cuomo, in announcing two community-based mass-vaccination sites located in "socially vulnerable communities" in the state. The sites are based at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn and York College in Queens.
The sites will vaccinate around 3,000 New Yorkers each day over the course of eight weeks. This makes them the largest vaccination centers in the state."COVID created low tide in America, and all the ugliness, structural racism, injustice and disparity lurking beneath the surface was exposed," Cuomo said in a statement. "We know that communities of color suffered the most and from day one we've made the fair and equitable distribution of the
The announcement of the new sites comes days after the
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