NYC real estate developer Bill Rudin on impact of vaccine rollout on business - CNBC

by cnbc 01/13/2021

New York is expanding eligibility for the coronavirus vaccine to those 65 and older or those who are immunocompromised. This decision comes amid criticism the state has been too slow to roll out the vaccine as it faces an economic crisis in the city and state. Bill Rudin, co-chairman and CEO of Rudin Management Company, joined "Squawk Box" on Wednesday to discuss how this development could affect commercial real estate and business in the state.


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