On Sunday mornings, health workers can be vaccinated by appointment through the city’s website.
These new facilities contribute to over 225 sites open throughout the city.
On Monday, the vaccine will be given to group 1b – older people over 75, teachers and transit workers.
So far, about 150,000 people have been vaccinated in the eligible 1a group of nursing homes and health workers in New York.
After a war of words with Mayor de Blasio, Governor Cuomo announced on Friday that he would expand the list of eligible to 1
“It will take 14 weeks. It will take 14 weeks to make 1a and 1b. Just because reservations become available, don’t expect everyone to get a reservation right away. It will take 14 weeks in terms of delivery,” Governor Cuomo said.
Howard Braunstein, 77, of Queens, is part of Group 1b and is ready to receive the vaccine. He has stayed home for 10 months with limited trips to the grocery store and is ready to come back to life and see his family again.
From group 1b, which becomes eligible on Monday, there will be no priority – it will be the first service to come. It may be in April, before everyone in the two groups who want a vaccine gets one.
In addition, a vaccination center is in high school, so while people receive vaccines, there are no plans to open.
In addition, the Javits Center will open as a vaccine distribution center on Wednesday.
Police Commissioner Dermot Shea, meanwhile, showed a test for COVID-19, along with 463 New York members who tested positive for coronavirus this month.
Qualified people can register for the vaccine on the city’s website. From Monday, the telephone reservation system will also be put into operation.
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