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Less than 24 hours after @THECITYNY posted @J__Velasquez's story on the upper Manhattan vaccine center launched to address "inequity" but giving scarce doses to upscale suburban patients, @nyphospital says it will serve city residents only. https://t.co/BNJUsJfaoC
Update: 100% of new COVID-19 vaccination appointments at the Fort Washington Armory center in Washington Heights will be reserved for New York City residents, @nyphospital just announced. https://t.co/W2NplY1wHy
MyPillow has been dropped by retailers & other companies in the past month as its CEO Mike Lindell has promoted conspiracy theories tied to the election. read @tiffkhsu & me on the history of the small Minnesota brand and how its pillows became partisan: https://t.co/SNxQ7cVX4U
“We are armed and nearby your house. You had better have a word with him. We are not far from his either.” Relatives of Rep. Hakeem Jeffries received threatening text messages as rioters stormed the Capitol, prosecutors said. By @Jonesieman https://t.co/Z6K7bvJMU7
Coronavirus cases are surging in prisons and jails in New York. But incarcerated people — a largely Black and Latino group — have not been included in any public plans for vaccinations. It's unclear when they'll be eligible. My latest, on A1 for @nytimes: https://t.co/a4JkBaU0bm
Twitter permanently banned Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow and a big Trump booster. The move came after numerous tweets by Lindell promoting debunked conspiracy theories about election fraud. Lindell’s account had nearly 413,000 followers. https://t.co/TZ0bWse05B