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Ulster County receives less vaccine this week

Feb 10, 2021 6:33 am
Ulster County received 1,900 doses of COVID-19 vaccine last week Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan said Feb. 2. The week before Ulster County received 1,500 doses, and 1,300 shots the week before that, and 1,200 the week before that. So Ulster County has not been getting enough vaccine to inoculate all 70,000 eligible for the vaccine in the county, but at least the numbers are increasing. Until this week. The state allocated 1,500 doses to the county this week, down 400 from last week, according to the Daily Freeman. Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan, "said the reason is fewer local health care workers in the state’s 1A eligibility group still need to get their first dose." At the same time, New York is allowing more people to get the shots, anyone with certain underlying conditions known as “comorbidities” can be vaccinated, bringing Ulster County's total eligible to 100,000 people. Ulster County also added 61 more COVID-19 cases Feb. 9, and one more death while Dutchess County added 126 new positive tests. Columbia County added eight more cases Feb. 9, and Greene County reported seven more coronavirus cases. There were 43 new COVID-19 case announced Feb. 9 in Rensselaer County, and 86 more cases in Albany County.
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