In the wake of the deadly coronavirus pandemic, a growing number of states and cities have started to enact legislation that would allow people to get a vaccine to protect them against the virus.
In Washington, D.C., people who have had two doses of the influenza vaccine will get another dose to prevent the pandemic from spreading.
But this time, the city of Seattle and state of New York have announced they would also begin a new program to vaccinate at least 1.3 million residents.
The New York state Department of Health announced Thursday that it would be allowing those who have received a second dose of the vaccine to take a second shot to protect themselves against the pandemics second wave.
That means about 1.2 million New Yorkers could get a second vaccine shot.
It will cost about $500 a month and come with no restrictions.
The city of Los Angeles, which began its first phase of its vaccine rollout in late January, is expected to begin vaccinating 1.4 million residents in January 2019.
And in New York, which has seen nearly 10,000 cases of coronaviruses since the pandems peak, the state announced on Thursday that all New Yorkers will get a shot in 2019, as long as they had not previously received a flu shot.
Washington has a long history of making decisions about vaccinations, but there are limits on how much money states can spend and how long they can give the shots.
While it’s important for people to be vaccinated, the decision to vaccine should be made by a doctor or nurse, not by the state or local health department, which are responsible for administering the vaccine.
As a result, the states and the federal government have been at odds for years about how best to manage the pandemaker.
As of early April, Washington and New York were the only states with a state-wide plan to administer a second flu shot to residents.
In New York City, the New York Department of Emergency Services has said that the department’s goal is to give 1.6 million doses to residents within 24 hours of the new flu shot being released.
Officials in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico have said they will begin vaccination this week.
New York Gov.
Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday he will ask the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to convene a meeting on the influenza vaccines this week to discuss how to best distribute the shots across the country.
In February, New York was one of the first states to announce that it was moving forward with its second shot program, but Cuomo said Thursday that the governor has not yet received the CDC’s response to his request.
“I’m going to let them decide how to allocate that funding, and if they do decide to allocate it, they’ll have to make a decision based on the data they’re seeing, the data we have, and the other information we have,” Cuomo said.
“We’ll take that advice from the people of New Jersey.
I will let them know when they get that information.”