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Vaccine Rates Among the Incarcerated Remain Low Amid Mistrust and Misinformation

Many people behind bars are turning down or deferring vaccination, despite months of advocacy to get vaccines into jails and prisons.

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Need a Vaccine? Meet the Greenburgh COVID Angels

A Westchester County volunteer group has helped more than 2,000 local residents get appointments in less than two months.

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A Guide to Getting Vaccinated in the Hudson Valley and Catskills

The who, what, when, where, why, and how of COVID-19 vaccination in our region.

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Essential, Invisible, Ineligible: Food and Farm Workers Wait for Vaccine

New York has not included vulnerable agricultural workers alongside other essential employees in vaccine eligibility thus far. Public health officials struggle to understand why.

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A Lonely Battle for Vaccine In a Rural Health Desert

Seniors have been eligible for COVID-19 vaccination for almost a month. But that hasn’t mattered much in Delaware County.

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Understanding COVID-19 Vaccines: A Q&A with Weill Cornell Virologist Dr. John Moore

Why you should trust the groundbreaking science that led to the vaccines—and why you shouldn’t give up other preventative measures just yet.

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Understanding the Vaccination Controversy

Recent measles outbreaks put Hudson Valley schools at the center of a vitriolic legal and public health debate.

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The Vaccine Furor

Are low vaccination rates endangering Hudson Valley communities?

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