According to the NBC News, when the BID administration started looking for small vaccination sites throughout the state, it was initially relocated to Chautaku.
Buffalo, New York – With just a few days to go across New York, four COVID-19 vaccination stations NBC News reports The federal government initially looked elsewhere.
According to the report When Jonathan Allen’s Bidin administration began searching for small vaccines throughout the state, he first visited Chautua County. According to NBC News, federal officials used a “social vulnerability index” based on a variety of factors, including income levels, unemployment, and race, depending on the region and the region.
According to this index, one of the main competitors for the vaccine center was Chautua County. However, New York State officials said no. Instead, areas in Boffalo, Rochester, Albany and Yonkers were selected NBC News reports “Crowded, Minority and More Important for Democrats”
Following the report, New York State Senator George Borlolo said the Kumo administration was “playing politics” and “slapped the face of rural New York.”
The governor of Borlolo said the decision was politically motivated. He continues to plan to work with Congressman Tom Reed and federal delegates to reverse this decision.
You can read the full statement from Borlolo below:
Today, the NBC reports that I am outraged that the plans by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CCC) to acquire a vaccination center in Chauthuka County are the victims of a crazy political move by the Kumo administration.
“CDC data recognizes that our region’s demographics meet the criteria for their small population, but they do not meet the regime’s political priorities for relocating the planned vaccination site. This is another blow to rural New York residents who have been repeatedly neglected by this administration.
In the case of the COVID crisis, the regime “follows science”, look at the data manta was the hallmark of the presentation. It has awakened others who claim that politics is more important than public health. But the cold political calculations he made to the New York team he was supposed to represent were the ultimate hypocrisy.
I will work with Congressman Reed and our federal representatives to reverse this unjust decision. One more reminder today is why senators need to vote to end the regime’s emergency.