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Vaccine Rollout Is Sluggish. Can These Pop-Up Inoculation Sites Help?

Por: The New York Times World January 05, 2021

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Kelly Picciurro, 29, a physical therapist from the Upper East Side, had been checking New York City’s for days to find out when she could get the coronavirus vaccine. Many health care workers in the first priority group, like Ms. Picciurro, had been anxiously waiting to hear when it would be their turn.After finally being able to make an appointment online on Monday, Ms. Picciurro was one of the first people at a clinic in East Harlem on... + full article



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