A million New Yorkers over 65 are now eligible to be vaccinated. But buggy websites, multiple sign-up systems and a lack of outreach aren't helping. https://t.co/JXtYS0v0fh
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@nytimes I had a difficult time signing up an elderly neighbor. Took me two days. A lot of the places they list to@make appointments for the vaccine are no longer administering it. I finally got him an appointment for April 7
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famdoc
6 days ago
@nytimes Primary care MDs, many of whom have already been approved to receive and administer vaccine to our patients, are still waiting for supplies. We stand ready to be part of the effort and take some of the burden off city and state vaccination centers.
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@nytimes Most of these folks are not tech-savvy and I understand they must upload information. Make it easier for the elderly @NYCMayor @NYGovCuomo
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Lauren
6 days ago
@nytimes Young people: Help your elders! I helped my mom sign up
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Penny
6 days ago
@nytimes It really is ridiculous!!
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@nytimes Getting the first round means nothing if there isn't any left for the 2nd round.
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RSchohn
6 days ago
@nytimes It’s also difficult for long-term care facilities to get their vaccines. My mother’s memory care faction LA County is still waiting and doesn’t have a date yet. They currently have active Covid cases and it’s infuriating. Can you look into this as well?
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