Legislator Steven J. Flotteron along with other State and County elected officials met at the New York State Office Building in Hauppauge in opposition to Governor Cuomo’s handling of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout. All are in agreement that the Governor’s lack of planning prior to receiving the vaccines has caused serious difficulty and delays for our residents trying to follow the guidelines set by the Federal Government.
Contrary to the updates being sent to residents with regards to the requirements for obtaining the vaccine, there has been a multitude of misinformation sent out to the public with regards to who can administer the vaccine and where it is available.
“County Executive Steve Bellone has yet to demand a workable vaccination plan for our Suffolk County residents which has seriously exacerbated people wanting to receive the vaccine as soon as they can,” said Legislator Flotteron.
Pictured (L-R): Suffolk County (SC) Legislators Leslie Kennedy, Robert Trotta and Nicholas Caracappa;
New York State Senators Michael Palumbo, Alexis Weik and Mario Mattera; New York State Assemblymen Doug Smith, Joseph DiStefano, SC Legislator Steven Flotteron, New York State Assembly members Keith Brown, Jodi Giglio; Town of Brookhaven Councilman Michael Loguercic and New York State Senator Phil Boyle.