The biggest challenge for Florida throughout the coronavirus vaccine process is delivery, state Lt. Janet Nunes told Fox & Friends on Saturday.
“We want to make sure that with these doses we don’t lose a vaccine … we want to make sure we take pictures [the] arm yourself as soon as possible, “Nunes explained in response to a question about her country’s expansion into New York.
NYC CLINIC, FRUSTRATED BY CUOMO VACCINATION MANUALS, APPROVES DISTRIBUTION OF UNUSED DOSES
Opposing the spread of her state in New York, where vaccines are reported not to be used due to strict standards, Nunez said Sunshine State has given priority to the most vulnerable population, people aged 65 and over.
“Throughout the pandemic, Governor [Ron] DeSantis has focused and prioritized where it needs to be on the elderly, and that̵
“It is unscrupulous for us to get a 22-year-old child to get vaccinated before his 74-year-old grandparents,” she said.
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DeSantis has announced a public-private partnership with Publix in 22 locations as a pilot program in high demand among the elderly population.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, meanwhile, finally announced on Friday that his country would begin extending eligibility for the vaccine to the elderly next week, hours after New York Mayor Bill de Blasio asked him to loosen the regulations.