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Greece: Demonstrations against new bill for education

Students protest against the new bill of education, which is going to be voted by Hellenic Parliament, at the end of the month.Students claim that the new bill is going to: "shrink public education. It throws thousands out of the schools with the base 10, the theme bank and the minimum admission base that each school can choose for itself, establishes university police, goes ahead with the plan for face control, imposes disciplinary sanctions on anyone who resists". We had two rallies against the bill. The first one was organised by PAME (All Workers Fighting Front) and the second, with "pan-educational character" by other students associations.

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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National Guard secure the Washington D.C. area during the Inaguration of Joe Biden after the attacks on the U.S. Capitol Building on January 6th.National Guard secure the Washington D.C. area during the Inaguration of Joe Biden after the attacks on the U.S. Capitol Building on January 6th.

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National Guard secure Washington D.C. during the Inauguration after the attacks on the U.S. Capitol Building on January 6.

The flagship of the Indonesian state, KRI (Republic of Indonesia Warship), Dewaruci leaned at the Kolinlamil (Military Marine Command) Pier, Tanjung Priok, North Jakarta, Friday (22/1/2021). KRI Dewaruci arrived at this wharf after sailing from its headquarters at the Koarmada II Surabaya Support Ship Unit (Satban). The arrival of the legendary ship belonging to the Indonesian Navy, which has gone global in order to support the commemoration of Dharma Samudera. KRI Dewaruci has helped promote Indonesian tourism in the eyes of the international community. After this event, KRI Dewaruci will be held in Surabaya, East Java.The flagship of the Indonesian state, KRI (Republic of Indonesia Warship), Dewaruci leaned at the Kolinlamil (Military Marine Command) Pier, Tanjung Priok, North Jakarta, Friday (22/1/2021). KRI Dewaruci arrived at this wharf after sailing from its headquarters at the Koarmada II Surabaya Support Ship Unit (Satban). The arrival of the legendary ship belonging to the Indonesian Navy, which has gone global in order to support the commemoration of Dharma Samudera. KRI Dewaruci has helped promote Indonesian tourism in the eyes of the international community. After this event, KRI Dewaruci will be held in Surabaya, East Java.

Indonesia: The legendary ship Dewaruci

The flagship of the Indonesian state, KRI (Republic of Indonesia Warship), Dewaruci leaned at the Kolinlamil (Military Marine Command) Pier, Tanjung Priok, North Jakarta, Friday (22/1/2021). KRI Dewaruci arrived at this wharf after sailing from its headquarters at the Koarmada II Surabaya Support Ship Unit (Satban). The arrival of the legendary ship belonging to the Indonesian Navy, which has gone global in order to support the commemoration of Dharma Samudera. KRI Dewaruci has helped promote Indonesian tourism in the eyes of the international community. After this event, KRI Dewaruci will be held in Surabaya, East Java.

Indian Army, Indian Navy, West Bengal police, Kolkata police rehearsal the parade for Republic Day of India in Kolkata on Friday.Indian Army, Indian Navy, West Bengal police, Kolkata police rehearsal the parade for Republic Day of India in Kolkata on Friday.

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Indian Army, Indian Navy, West Bengal police, Kolkata police rehearsal the parades for Republic Day of India in Kolkata on Friday.

Demolishing Bihari camps continues for the second day of January 22. 
Government officials demolished hundred houses abd shops in Mirpur today, city Corporation official said all those structure was "illegal" but the owners denied it. They say "we are living here since 1971"Demolishing Bihari camps continues for the second day of January 22. 
Government officials demolished hundred houses abd shops in Mirpur today, city Corporation official said all those structure was "illegal" but the owners denied it. They say "we are living here since 1971"

Bangladesh: Illegal Demolish of Bihari camps

Demolishing Bihari camps continues for the second day in mirpur of dhaka city. Govt demolished hundred houses & shops in Mirpur today, city Corporation official said all those structure was "illegal" but the owners denied it. They say "we are living here since 1971"

Jeepney passenger improperly wears his face mask without face shield in Quezon City on January 22, 2021. Face mask and face shield are mandatory specially in public places and transportation to avoid the spread of coronavirus. As of January 22, 2021, Philippines has now more than 500,000 cases of COVID-19 and 10,116 deaths.Jeepney passenger improperly wears his face mask without face shield in Quezon City on January 22, 2021. Face mask and face shield are mandatory specially in public places and transportation to avoid the spread of coronavirus. As of January 22, 2021, Philippines has now more than 500,000 cases of COVID-19 and 10,116 deaths.

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LRT-2 Security Guard are wearing face mask and shield in Santolan Station, Pasig City and Jeepney passenger improperly wears his face mask without face shield in Quezon City on January 22, 2021. Face mask and face shield are mandatory specially in public places and transportation to avoid the spread of coronavirus. As of January 22, 2021, Philippines has now more than 500,000 cases of COVID-19 and 10,116 deaths.

Indian Army soldiers, West Bengal Police take part in the rehearsal for the Republic Day parade in Kolkata.Indian Army soldiers, West Bengal Police take part in the rehearsal for the Republic Day parade in Kolkata.

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Indian Army soldiers, West Bengal Police take part in the rehearsal for the Republic Day parade in Kolkata.

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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.