NY-12 COVID Vaccination & Recovery Update 6/30/2021

Jun 30, 2021

Dear Friend,


As our city, state, and country continue to confront the COVID-19 pandemic, I write today to update you and your loved ones with the most important information during this ever-changing pandemic landscape.


This week, New York COVID-19 hospitalizations dropped statewide to the lowest levels since the pandemic began!


More on these and other updates below. If you have friends or family who would like to receive this update, they can sign up here.



By the Numbers


Vaccine Doses Administered: 3,041,456,110

*data from Johns Hopkins


United States

Doses Administered: 326,521,526

People Fully Vaccinated: 154,884,686

% Fully Vaccinated: 47.19%

*data from Johns Hopkins


New York State

Doses Administered: 21,114,686

People Fully Vaccinated: 9,613,568

% Fully Vaccinated: 49.12%

*data from Johns Hopkins


New York City

Doses Administered: 9,276,377

  • Dose 1 of 2: 4,743,670
  • Dose 2 of 2: 4,131,865
  • Single Dose: 400,842

People Fully Vaccinated: 4,230,217

% Fully Vaccinated: 51%

*data from NYC Health



Getting Your Vaccine

Vaccine Walk-Up & Appointment Information

All New York State run mass vaccination sites are open to New Yorkers 16 and older for walk-up vaccinations on a first come first serve basis. These walk-up appointments are reserved for first doses, with second doses to be scheduled automatically after administration of the initial shot. Vaccine providers are also encouraged to allow walk-in appointments. 


You can find New York State run sites here or use the NYC Vaccine Finder to find a vaccination location and make an appointment.


You can also make an appointment via phone by calling 1-833-NYS-4-VAX for state run sites or 1-877-VAX-4NYC for city run sites.



Vaccinations at Home

New York City is providing in-home Johnson & Johnson vaccinations to eligible NYC residents who are 75 years of age or older, have a disability, or are fully homebound.


If you think you may be eligible for an in-home vaccination, you can fill out an interest form here


The form does not set up an appointment, but allows you to be contacted to further discuss your eligibility.


Read more about vaccinating fully homebound New Yorkers.



NYC Mobile & Pop-Up Vaccine Sites 

To better meet New Yorkers' needs, NYC has deployed temporary, roaming vaccination sites across the City. There are two versions of these temporary sites: mobile and pop-up. Appointments are not required, but you can book an appointment at many of these sites in advance or by calling 877-VAX-4NYC. 


Click here to see the upcoming schedule.



National Updates

President Biden and his administration continue to take steps to combat the health and economic crises caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. This week, that included announcing initiatives to help keep people in their homes including by extending the eviction and foreclosure moratoriums.



New York State Updates

Opening NY

COVID-19 restrictions are now lifted as 70% of New Yorkers aged 18 or older have received at least the first dose of their COVID-19 vaccination series! New York State’s health guidance and New York Forward industry specific guidelines — including social gathering limits, capacity restrictions, social distancing, cleaning and disinfection, health screening, and contact information for tracing — are now optional for retail, food services, offices, gyms and fitness centers, amusement and family entertainment, hair salons, and barber shops and personal care services, among other commercial settings. On June 24, New York ended the state disaster emergency declared on March 7, 2020.


State health guidelines continue to require the wearing of masks for large-scale indoor events, pre-K through grade 12 schools, homeless shelters, correctional facilities, nursing homes, health care facilities, and public transit. Unvaccinated individuals must continue to wear a mask in accordance with CDC guidelines. 


More information here.



New York City Updates


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


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.




You're Invited!


This Friday, July 2 from 1 - 2pm, my staff and I will be in Carl Schurz Park for mobile casework hours. Stop by to say hi or if you need any assistance with federal agencies or public programs. I hope to see you there, but if you can’t join us tomorrow, you can always call my office at 212-860-0606 or email me.




As always, your concerns still and always remain my top priority. Please do not hesitate to email me through my website.

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Carolyn B. Maloney
Member of Congress