Covid-19 Vaccines Administered in Huntington Station

Northwell operated a Covid-19 vaccination site at St. Hugh of Lincoln Church in Huntington Station on Tuesday.

In mid-afternoon, about 35 people were waiting for, in the process of receiving or waiting to go home after receiving the vaccine. The site received 250 doses of the vaccine and appointments to receive them filled very quickly.

Meanwhile, after President Joe Biden announced  that vaccine allocations to states would go up 16 percent for the next three weeks, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo welcomed the increase but said that supply will continue to be extremely limited in the short term.

He also said that as of Tuesday morning,  distribution sites have administered 93 percent of first-dose vaccinations.

“You have a new federal government and a totally different approach,”  he said. “They came in after 6 days they said we want to partner and you have a competent, professional federal government that tells the truth. Look at what President Biden said. Literally he said to solve this problem we need the vaccine, that’s the weapon that wins the war, we understand that. Now the states will know what they’re getting every week for the next 3 weeks and we’re getting about 16-17 percent more. We can do a schedule for 3 weeks and we can schedule appointments and start to run on an efficient basis rather than what’s been going on.”

Covid-19 satistics reported Tuesday:

  • Test Results Reported – 162,938
  • Total Positive – 11,064
  • Percent Positive – 6.79%
  • Patient Hospitalization  8,831 (+101)
  • Patients Newly Admitted – 826
  • Hospital Counties – 57
  • Number ICU – 1,544 (+22)
  • Number ICU with Intubation – 1,006 (+1)
  • Total Discharges – 123,094 (+550)
  • Deaths – 162
  • Total Deaths – 34,407

County

Total Positive

New Positive

Albany

17,798

178

Allegany

2,496

16

Broome

12,104

96

Cattaraugus

3,642

19

Cayuga

4,749

39

Chautauqua

6,096

43

Chemung

5,889

23

Chenango

1,959

16

Clinton

2,505

47

Columbia

2,787

25

Cortland

2,770

8

Delaware

1,159

25

Dutchess

18,235

231

Erie

55,184

311

Essex

1,056

10

Franklin

1,381

22

Fulton

2,391

36

Genesee

3,894

19

Greene

2,233

13

Hamilton

171

5

Herkimer

3,983

28

Jefferson

3,674

56

Lewis

1,677

22

Livingston

2,911

17

Madison

3,354

19

Monroe

46,476

211

Montgomery

2,496

33

Nassau

123,142

942

Niagara

13,056

123

NYC

571,502

5,081

Oneida

17,856

114

Onondaga

29,264

117

Ontario

4,999

30

Orange

30,909

364

Orleans

2,062

20

Oswego

5,218

17

Otsego

1,901

10

Putnam

7,071

67

Rensselaer

7,574

72

Rockland

33,532

205

Saratoga

10,109

89

Schenectady

9,373

74

Schoharie

990

9

Schuyler

767

7

Seneca

1,338

7

St. Lawrence

4,113

48

Steuben

4,835

33

Suffolk

137,728

1,135

Sullivan

4,068

30

Tioga

2,380

16

Tompkins

2,864

19

Ulster

8,388

87

Warren

2,321

51

Washington

1,735

32

Wayne

3,961

31

Westchester

90,665

636

Wyoming

2,364

21

Yates

899

9

Tuesday, 162 New Yorkers died due to COVID-19 in New York State, bringing the total to 34,407. A geographic breakdown is as follows, by county of residence:

Deaths by County of Residence

County

New Deaths

Albany

5

Bronx

8

Broome

2

Cattaraugus

1

Cayuga

1

Chautauqua

4

Chemung

1

Chenango

2

Clinton

1

Dutchess

2

Erie

5

Genesee

1

Greene

2

Herkimer

2

Jefferson

3

Kings

17

Livingston

1

Manhattan

5

Monroe

9

Nassau

10

Niagara

2

Oneida

3

Onondaga

3

Orange

1

Orleans

1

Oswego

2

Otsego

1

Putnam

1

Queens

19

Rensselaer

1

Richmond

3

Rockland

3

Saratoga

7

Schenectady

1

Schoharie

1

Seneca

1

Steuben

1

Suffolk

15

Tompkins

3

Ulster

1

Washington

1

Wayne

1

Westchester

7

Wyoming

1

Booking a Covid-19 Vaccine Appointment Is Like Hitting the Jackpot

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.