NYC’s Yankee Stadium will administer J&J shots overnight

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    Bertha Coombs reports about 18.5 percent of people in Westchester County have received the Covid-19 vaccine compared to just 7 percent of people in the South Bronx. New York City’s Yankee Stadium is opening for Bronx residents who can’t come during work hours. Coombs joins ‘The News with Shepard Smith’ to report.

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