After a rough start to COVID-19 vaccine distribution, NYC now seems to be on a steady track of getting doses to as many New Yorkers as possible.
With 24/7 vaccine centers set up across the city, and “mega” sites like the Javits Center and CitiField up and running (or in the works), the city’s distribution has greatly increased.
As of today, April 5, over 4 million vaccines have been administered in NYC, with daily totals continuing to rise.
The Mayor created a previous goal of administering 1,000,000 vaccine doses by January, which has since been updated to a goal of 5,000,000 by June.
You must make an appointment in order to receive the vaccine — there are no “walk-ins.” To find a location and make appointments for eligible New Yorkers, visit the NYC Gov. website here.
You can also call to make an appointment at 877-VAX-4NYC.
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