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NYS Residents 16 and Older Are Now Eligible For Vaccine, No More To-Go Alcohol Sales, Some Curfews Lifted

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As of 8am Tuesday April 6th, New Yorkers 16 years of age and older may register for vaccination. Only the Pfizer vaccine has been approved for use for those 16 or 17 years old. The closest state clinic with Pfizer doses is the SUNY Corning Community College location. Visit this link to get started: https://am-i-eligible.covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov/

Also a major Covid related “rollback” starts today with the end of “takeout” alcohol sales. In an effort to keep bars, pubs, and restaurants in business, NYS allowed customers to order alcoholic beverages ‘to-go’. As of Tuesday 4/6/2021, that temporary grace from the state has ended and on-premise consumption rules return.

Movie theatres, pool halls, bowling allies, and gyms are now able to operate past 11pm in New York. Bars, pubs, dance clubs, and restaurants are still under a mandatory curfew which will be re-evaluated in May according to Governor Cuomo.

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