Coronavirus (COVID-19 ) Vaccines

While the vaccination process is underway, every New Yorker should continue to follow NYC’s prevention guidance and do your part to stop the spread. 

 

Getting Your Vaccine 

All New Yorkers New Yorkers 12 and older for walk-in vaccinations at state and city run mass vaccination sites on a first come first serve basis. The walk-in appointments are reserved for first doses, with second doses to be scheduled automatically after administration of the initial shot.  

 

You can also use vaccinefinder.org to find out where you can get your shot. 

 

Getting Tested 

To find the testing site closest to you, click here, text “COVID TEST” to 855-48, or call 212-COVID19. (212-268-4319). 

 

 

Additional Resources 

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