New York’s next mayor delays inauguration plans as city offers $100 booster incentive
Eric Adams’ move comes as city faces surge in Covid cases: ‘Our city is facing a formidable opponent in Omicron’
The next mayor of New York City, Eric Adams, said on Tuesday he would postpone his inauguration ceremony, which was set for 1 January, due to the rise in cases of the Omicron variant of Covid-19.
He did so shortly after the current mayor, Bill de Blasio, announced that residents who get a Covid-19 booster shot by the end of the year will receive $100.
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