New Yorkers queue to get Covid-19 vaccine shot

Dozens of New Yorkers in the Bronx wait in line for over an hour outside one of several newly-opened vaccination centers, with relaxed criteria to be eligible for a shot, as the United States attempts to speed up a sluggish rollout of the coronavirus vaccine. Over 75s, police officers, firefighters, teachers and transport workers became eligible for vaccinations after New York Governor Andrew Cuomo eased the state's strict guidelines following anger over discarded doses.