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Demolition of Bihari Refugee Camps in Dhaka

Demolition continues in Mirpur area's Bihari camps of Dhaka city for the 3rd consecutive day today. City Corporation demolished over 700 houses and shops which belong to the Bihari refugees for last 3 decades. After the government team left, hundred of Bihari people gathered and made a human chain, demanding no more violence and demolition.

Hindu holy mans,or Naga sadhu, applies ashes on there body at the premises of the Pashupatinath Temple ahead of the Shivaratri festival in Kathmandu, Nepal February 19, 2020.Hindu holy mans,or Naga sadhu, applies ashes on there body at the premises of the Pashupatinath Temple ahead of the Shivaratri festival in Kathmandu, Nepal February 19, 2020.
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Lombardy Region returns to the orange zone after a week of lockdown. Many people along the Venetian walls in upper Bergamo thanks to the good weather. We still need to be very careful because the contagion from Covid 19, especially in Lombardy, is still very widespread.Lombardy Region returns to the orange zone after a week of lockdown. Many people along the Venetian walls in upper Bergamo thanks to the good weather. We still need to be very careful because the contagion from Covid 19, especially in Lombardy, is still very widespread.

Italy: Bergamo reopens after one week in lockdown

Bergamo reopens after one week in lockdown.

A bittersweet draw for Seleman's Lazio. The biancocelesti slow down against Pontedera, but confirm their unbeaten season. The eleventh goal in the championship of the usual Adriana Martin in the opening match wasn't enough, made vain by the goal of Gavagni at 13 minutes that sanctioned the definitive 1-1.A bittersweet draw for Seleman's Lazio. The biancocelesti slow down against Pontedera, but confirm their unbeaten season. The eleventh goal in the championship of the usual Adriana Martin in the opening match wasn't enough, made vain by the goal of Gavagni at 13 minutes that sanctioned the definitive 1-1.

Italy: S.S. Lazio Women vs US Pontedera 1-1

A bittersweet draw for Seleman's Lazio. The biancocelesti slow down against Pontedera, but confirm their unbeaten season. The eleventh goal in the championship of the usual Adriana Martin in the opening match wasn't enough, made vain by the goal of Gavagni at 13 minutes that sanctioned the definitive 1-1.

U.S. Senator Charles Schumer announced a plan, today, for the next three weeks that concerns cabinet nominations, COVID relief, and impeachment on 875 3rd Avenue in Manhattan. Senator said that the focus on all three of these efforts will help President Biden cabinet with its essential staff, beat back COVID-19 and hold the former president accountable for inciting the insurrection. Senator promised fair and speedy trial for former President Donald Trump.U.S. Senator Charles Schumer announced a plan, today, for the next three weeks that concerns cabinet nominations, COVID relief, and impeachment on 875 3rd Avenue in Manhattan. Senator said that the focus on all three of these efforts will help President Biden cabinet with its essential staff, beat back COVID-19 and hold the former president accountable for inciting the insurrection. Senator promised fair and speedy trial for former President Donald Trump.

U. S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer presser

U.S. Senator Charles Schumer announced a plan, today, for the next three weeks that concerns cabinet nominations, COVID relief, and impeachment on 875 3rd Avenue in Manhattan. Senator said that the focus on all three of these efforts will help President Biden cabinet with its essential staff, beat back COVID-19 and hold the former president accountable for inciting the insurrection. Senator promised fair and speedy trial for former President Donald Trump.

Weston Mckennie of Juventus FC during the Serie A football match between Juventus and Bologna FC. Juventus won 2-0 over Bologna. Sporting stadiums around Italy remain under strict restrictions due to the Coronavirus Pandemic as Government social distancing laws prohibit fans inside venues resulting in games being played behind closed doorsWeston Mckennie of Juventus FC during the Serie A football match between Juventus and Bologna FC. Juventus won 2-0 over Bologna. Sporting stadiums around Italy remain under strict restrictions due to the Coronavirus Pandemic as Government social distancing laws prohibit fans inside venues resulting in games being played behind closed doors

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The Cristiano Ronaldo silhouette during the Serie A football match between Juventus and Bologna FC. Juventus won 2-0 over Bologna. Sporting stadiums around Italy remain under strict restrictions due to the Coronavirus Pandemic as Government social distancing laws prohibit fans inside venues resulting in games being played behind closed doors.

Referee Andrea Colombo today, after a couple of inspections on the heavy turf reduced to a paddy field due to the rain that continues to fall on the city of Campania, decided not to start the match at the Marcello Torre stadium. The last check at 15.25, carried out in the company of the captains Silvestri (Catania) and Sirignano (Paganese) The match at the "Marcello Torre" stadium was not played today, valid for the 20th day of group C of Serie C pushed the referee to send everyone back to the locker room.Referee Andrea Colombo today, after a couple of inspections on the heavy turf reduced to a paddy field due to the rain that continues to fall on the city of Campania, decided not to start the match at the Marcello Torre stadium. The last check at 15.25, carried out in the company of the captains Silvestri (Catania) and Sirignano (Paganese) The match at the "Marcello Torre" stadium was not played today, valid for the 20th day of group C of Serie C pushed the referee to send everyone back to the locker room.

Italy: Matchday 20 in group C between Paganese vs Catania postponed

Referee Andrea Colombo today, after a couple of inspections on the heavy turf reduced to a paddy field due to the rain that continues to fall on the city of Campania, decided not to start the match at the Marcello Torre stadium. The last check at 15.25, carried out in the company of the captains Silvestri (Catania) and Sirignano (Paganese) The match at the "Marcello Torre" stadium was not played today, valid for the 20th day of group C of Serie C pushed the referee to send everyone back to the locker room.

Serie C Italian Championship, Girone C Pro League football match between Paganese and Catania, 20th day of the championship. At the third inspection, the referee Andrea Colombo of Como has taken the decision to postpone the match of Pagani to a date to be set, considering impracticable conditions of the playing field, hit by an abundant rain in the last hours.Ciro Sirignano (left) 21 Paganese , the referee Andrea Colombo (center) and Tommaso Silvestri (right) 5 Catania go around the field to check the conditions of the playing field.Serie C Italian Championship, Girone C Pro League football match between Paganese and Catania, 20th day of the championship. At the third inspection, the referee Andrea Colombo of Como has taken the decision to postpone the match of Pagani to a date to be set, considering impracticable conditions of the playing field, hit by an abundant rain in the last hours.Ciro Sirignano (left) 21 Paganese , the referee Andrea Colombo (center) and Tommaso Silvestri (right) 5 Catania go around the field to check the conditions of the playing field.

Italy: Postponed Serie C match between Paganese vs Catania

Serie C Italian Championship, Girone C Pro League football match between Paganese and Catania, 20th day of the championship. At the third inspection, the referee Andrea Colombo of Como has taken the decision to postpone the match of Pagani to a date to be set, considering impracticable conditions of the playing field, hit by an abundant rain in the last hours.Ciro Sirignano (left) 21 Paganese , the referee Andrea Colombo (center) and Tommaso Silvestri (right) 5 Catania go around the field to check the conditions of the playing field.

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MILAN, ITALY - APRIL 28: A nurse wearing protective gear show the blood test of a patient for COVID-19 testing an laboratory where rapid testing conducted to determine the disease of the Coronavirus. on April 28, 2020 in Milan, ItalyMILAN, ITALY - APRIL 28: A nurse wearing protective gear show the blood test of a patient for COVID-19 testing an laboratory where rapid testing conducted to determine the disease of the Coronavirus. on April 28, 2020 in Milan, Italy

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Poster sign seen on the floor of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Poster sign seen on the floor of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Poster sign seen on the floor of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress) speaks with Dr. Yomaris Pena of SOMOS Community Care during her visit of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress) speaks with Dr. Yomaris Pena of SOMOS Community Care during her visit of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress) speaks with Dr. Yomaris Pena of SOMOS Community Care during her visit of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing mask) visits state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing mask) visits state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing mask) visits state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing face mask) visits of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. To her right is Queens borough President Donovan Richards. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing face mask) visits of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. To her right is Queens borough President Donovan Richards. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing face mask) visits of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. To her right is Queens borough President Donovan Richards. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing face mask)  speaks with Dr. Yomaris Pena of SOMOS Community Care during her visit of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing face mask)  speaks with Dr. Yomaris Pena of SOMOS Community Care during her visit of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing face mask) speaks with Dr. Yomaris Pena of SOMOS Community Care during her visit of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress) visits of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. To her immediate right Dr. Yomaris Pena of SOMOS Community Care, to the futher right is Queens borough president Donovan Richards. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress) visits of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. To her immediate right Dr. Yomaris Pena of SOMOS Community Care, to the futher right is Queens borough president Donovan Richards. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress) visits of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. To her immediate right Dr. Yomaris Pena of SOMOS Community Care, to the futher right is Queens borough president Donovan Richards. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing face mask)   visits  state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. To her right is Queens borough President Donovan Richards. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing face mask)   visits  state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. To her right is Queens borough President Donovan Richards. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing face mask) visits state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. To her right is Queens borough President Donovan Richards. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing mask) visits state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing mask) visits state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing mask) visits state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing mask) visits state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing mask) visits state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing mask) visits state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress) visits of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress) visits of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress) visits of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing face mask) visits state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. To her right is Queens borough president Donovan Richards. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing face mask) visits state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. To her right is Queens borough president Donovan Richards. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing face mask) visits state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. To her right is Queens borough president Donovan Richards. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress) visits of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress) visits of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress) visits of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Queens Borough President Donovan Richards wearing facial mask attends Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul visit of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Queens Borough President Donovan Richards wearing facial mask attends Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul visit of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Queens Borough President Donovan Richards wearing facial mask attends Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul visit of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress) visits of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress) visits of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress) visits of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing face mask) visits state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. In front of her is Queens borough President Donovan Richards. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing face mask) visits state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. In front of her is Queens borough President Donovan Richards. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing face mask) visits state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. In front of her is Queens borough President Donovan Richards. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing face mask) visits state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. To her right is Queens borough president Donovan Richards. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing face mask) visits state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. To her right is Queens borough president Donovan Richards. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (red dress wearing face mask) visits state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. To her right is Queens borough president Donovan Richards. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Queens borough president Donovan Richards attends Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul visit of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Queens borough president Donovan Richards attends Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul visit of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Queens borough president Donovan Richards attends Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul visit of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Queens Borough President Donovan Richards wearing facial mask attends Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul visit of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Queens Borough President Donovan Richards wearing facial mask attends Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul visit of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Queens Borough President Donovan Richards wearing facial mask attends Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul visit of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Vaccination flyer seen on the table inside of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Vaccination flyer seen on the table inside of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Vaccination flyer seen on the table inside of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Registration area seen on the floor of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Registration area seen on the floor of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Registration area seen on the floor of state vaccination site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Dr. Yomaris Pena (C) of SOMOS Community Care and her aides seen on the vaccination floor of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Dr. Yomaris Pena (C) of SOMOS Community Care and her aides seen on the vaccination floor of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Dr. Yomaris Pena (C) of SOMOS Community Care and her aides seen on the vaccination floor of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Vaccination area seen on the floor of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Vaccination area seen on the floor of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Vaccination area seen on the floor of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Vaccination area seen on the floor of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Vaccination area seen on the floor of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Vaccination area seen on the floor of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Vaccination area seen on the floor of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Vaccination area seen on the floor of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Vaccination area seen on the floor of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Vaccination area seen on the floor of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Vaccination area seen on the floor of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Vaccination area seen on the floor of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Vaccination area seen on the floor of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.Vaccination area seen on the floor of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

Vaccination area seen on the floor of state site for COVID-19 at Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul tours State vaccination site and thanks healthcare workers. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, January 19, that the city will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine sometime Thursday, January 21 without fresh supplies, city run sites started to reschedule appointments for the vaccination to the next week.

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