County Executive Anthony Picente says the most recent delivery from New York State will be administered to local seniors and first responders at county operated PODs at MVCC in Utica and at the drive-thru location at Griffiss International Airport in Rome.
There's a lot of confusion out there about whether or not people who signed up for the COVID-19 vaccination on a faulty link last week have had their appointment cancelled. The short answer is, some people have and some people haven't.
Five more people have died in the region of COVID-19 according to local Health Departments. There were three new COVID-19 deaths in Oneida County and two in Herkimer County in the last 24-hours. 277 Oneida County residents have died from COVID and 40 Herkimer County residents have perished from th…
As the vaccine release starts to ramp up, many people are eager to get it. With the increase in demand and the state's allowance of individuals in the 1-B category, MVHS is facing an issue scheduling appointments due to the fact they're waiting on additional vaccine to arrive.
As New York State again expands the list of those eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination, Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente is encouraging local residents who can get inoculated to roll up their sleeves and do so.
Calling it confusing and irresponsible, Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente is questioning why Governor Cuomo would place the responsibility of vaccine distribution on the shoulders of already overburdened hospitals across the state.