New York City mayor says people of privilege won't be allowed to "jump the line" for COVID-19 vac…
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio told reporters people of privilege won't be allowed to "jump the line" ahead of those who have a greater need for a COVID-19 vaccine. The mayor's comments come as city officials expect to start receiving the first doses of a vaccine a few days after it's approved by the federal government. Watch de Blasio's remarks.
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