Our Queens Village van: Dozens more Covid vaccines on a balmy day

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Our Queens Village van: Dozens more Covid vaccines on a balmy day

Our Queens Village vaccine operation continues to draw traffic and to vaccinate people in this undervaccinated neighborhood on the southeast corner of Queens, bordering on Long Island. Wednesday, Feb. 23, was a 65-degree day after a long cold winter. It was windy and yet balmy, and the vaccine van across from Ss. Joachim and Anne […]

Coronavirus (Covid-19) and the vaccine: What’s up with vaccine hesitancy? Well, maybe part of it is just logistics.

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) and the vaccine: What’s up with vaccine hesitancy? Well, maybe part of it is just logistics.

By Jeanne Pinder, Sree Bhagavan, Bifen Xu and S. Mitra Kalita People keep saying that vaccine hesitancy, or vaccine resistance, is causing people not to get vaccinated in large numbers. So we’ve been in a standstill, across the country, as the issue of whether to vaccinate divides us across political and personal lines. A few […]