Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced today that “through a whole lot of pushing and persistence,” the county was able
Ulster County will get fewer vaccines this week than it did last week, and all the appointments at the county-run Covid-19 vaccination site at Kingston High School are spoken for, said County Executive Pat Ryan earlier today. Calling the vaccine rollout “frustratingly slow,” Ryan said the federal government was at fault for not distributing vaccines faster.
It was a whirlwind week for Dr. Neal Smoller, pharmacist and proprietor of Village Apothecary in Woodstock. He administered the first of two Covid-19 vaccine doses to 120 Woodstock-area residents at a quickly assembled clinic at the Mescal Hornbeck Community Center on Rock City Road.
Two Saugerties restaurants announced they would close temporarily following a positive test for Covid-19 by a staff member. Miss Lucy’s
Ulster County’s main distribution hub for Covid-19 vaccines is the Kate Walton Field House at Kingston High School. It’s capable of delivering 45,000 doses per month. But so far, capacity fall exceeds supply.
Ulster County is set up to 1,500 doses per day. Unfortunately, it’s set to run out of doses by Thursday.
Update: Rino’s has since reopened. Rino’s Pizza, located in the Cherry Hill Plaza, announced on Saturday, January 9 that it
Around 50,000 Covid-19 vaccinations per month could be administered in Kingston and Ellenville when vaccines become widely available, said Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan earlier today.
We reached out to four local essential workers who were among the first to receive the vaccine. What was their experience like? What would they like to say to those who are on the fence about getting vaccinated? And what has it been like to work in a healthcare setting these last nine months?
Today, the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations were administered to Ulster County medical professionals. “This is a significant step forward