“We want to make sure that with these doses coming out, we are not wasting the vaccine … We want to make sure we get an injection [the] ASAP, ”Nونñez explained in response to a question about asking her state versus New York.
In contrast to starting her state in New York, where vaccines were not used due to stringent standards, Nunez said the Sunshine State has prioritized the most vulnerable residents, people 65 and older.
Governor, throughout the beginning of the epidemic [Ron] DeSantis has focused on the elderly and prioritized where it should be, and that is something that has been very clear about vaccine deployment, ”Nunez told co-host Jedediah Bila.
“For us, it is inconceivable that a 22-year-old girl received a vaccine before her 74-year-old grandfather,” she said.
DeSantis announced a public-private partnership with Publix in 22 locations as a pilot program as demand from seniors increases.
Meanwhile, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Finally announced Friday that his state will begin expanding vaccine eligibility for seniors starting next week – hours after New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio pleaded with him to relax regulations.
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