feedback on pediatric vaccine trial, population loss and styrofoam law
WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) – Most of your comments this week are about a 3-year-old from the Adams Center participating in a COVID vaccine trial for children:
Such a great way to help your community and beyond. Way to be on the right side of the story.
Joe and Kelli Lawrence
So wrong to use your child as an experimental guinea pig!
Linda Brown Shrimp
Not your child, not anyone’s business. I am sure parents are doing what they think is best for their child.
We also received a lot of feedback on New York City which saw its biggest population loss in history. More than 319,000 people left in one year – the highest number of any state in the country:
I was one of them. Live a better life in Florida now.
I have lived in 7 states (mostly in the south) and we have chosen New York as our permanent home.
Taxes, taxes and more taxes.
Add the weather in winter.
On January 1, polystyrene take-out containers will be a thing of the past in New York City:
It’s good to go back to paper and cardboard containers.
While I agree with the lack of styrofoam, the alternatives are so expensive. Restaurants will be forced to increase their prices again.
Cathy Von Dolln Hinkleman
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