New York state has administered more than 2.25 million first doses – 91% of the first doses it received from the federal government, according to the governor of New York.
More than 1.18 million New Yorkers have been fully vaccinated, according to state data.
Week 10 allocations, which were delayed due to weather, continue to arrive as of Tuesday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office said.
"Supply from the federal government is increasing steadily every week, but the demand still far outweighs the supply,” Cuomo said in a press release.
He reminded residents that beginning this week, the “largest-yet” vaccination sites in Brooklyn and Queens will each be able to vaccinate 3,000 New Yorkers daily.