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New Yorkers aged 50 and older no longer need to make an appointment to receive a COVID-19 vaccination — they can walk right into more than 30 locations throughout the five boroughs.
The city made the announcement Saturday in the hopes that giving a large swath of the population access to hassle free walk-in appointments will help it reach its goal of vaccinating 5 million people by June.
Previously, walk-in vaccinations were only available to New Yorkers 75 and older.
“Starting TODAY, New Yorkers 50 and older can walk into any City-run site and get vaccinated. No appointment necessary,” Mayor de Blasio tweeted Saturday.
No health insurance is needed to get vaccinated at city-run inoculation facilities.
Hours of operation and addresses of the 31 sites accepting walk-in visits by those over 50 can be found here.
- Bronx Co-Op City Dreiser Community Center
- Northeast Bronx YMCA (Edenwald)
- South Bronx Educational Campus
- West Bronx Gymnasium
- Lehman College – Apex Center
- Bathgate Contract Postal Station
- Coney Island YMCA
- Teachers Prep High School
- Starrett City
- Flatbush YMCA
- Bushwick Educational Campus
- Event Space at City Point
- Brooklyn Army Terminal
- Ford Foundation
- NFL Experience Times Square
- Yeshiva University
- City College
- Essex Crossing
- Abyssinian Baptist Church
- Fulton Senior Community Center / Hudson Guild
- Modell’s – Queens Center Mall
- Korean Community Services
- Beach Channel Educational Campus
- Long Island City Vaccine Site (Plaxall)
- Queens Public Library – Flushing Library
- Queens Public Library – Ozone
- Former Babies R Us – Staten Island Mall
- Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex
- Empire Outlets
- St. Thomas St. Joseph’s School
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