Two New York judges made the headlines after they allow the COVID-19 vaccine as part of their rulings.
Manhattan judge Jed Rakoff ordered the release of a woman accused of drug dealing on the condition is she promises to be vaccinated.
Rakoff said he could not grant bail to a suspect if he felt they are a danger to the public.
He said that granting her bail in exchange for a COVID-19 vaccine is the right thing to do to ensure she is not a health concern to the public.
Meanwhile, Bronx judge Jeffrey Zimmerman made vaccination part of a plea deal.
Zimmerman told the defendant facing drug possession, shoplifting, and criminal contempt that he could get a less penalty if he decided to get himself vaccinated.
Sources said the two defendants on the said cases had has objections to the proposal of the judges.
The latest data has shown that 63 percent of New Yorkers have had at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine
The data also shows that only 28 percent of black NYC residents between the ages of 18 and 44 are fully vaccinated, compared to 49 percent of Hispanics, 52 percent of whites, and 82 percent of Asians in the same age group.