Data: Nearly Two-Thirds Of New Yorkers Are Fully Vaccinated
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The latest federal figures show nearly two-thirds of New York residents are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus.
About 12.7 million of New York’s 20 million residents are fully vaccinated, according to data released Saturday by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Vaccination rates are highest in the southern and eastern part of New York state: more than three-quarters of residents in Hamilton County in the Adirondacks are fully vaccinated.
But vaccination rates are lowest in western and central counties: just 38% are fully vaccinated in Allegany County.
Can You Name These Utica Landmarks From An Aerial View?
With the help of Google Maps, we can see historic buildings from space.
This is a fun way to see if you can spot Mohawk Valley, Utica-specific landmarks.
Check out each photo below and try to see if you can get all these locations right on the first try. Let us know how you did in our station app. Good luck!