Almost 2,500 Big Apple adolescents got COVID-19 vaccines Thursday — the main day the shot was endorsed for 12-to 15-year-olds.
“There’s 6,000 appointments booked as of now,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said on radio Friday morning.
“We will see a great deal of youngsters vaccinated without a doubt. Also, we’re truly amped up for that,” he said.
The city has around 500,000 residents ages 12 to 15.
The adolescents got the Pfizer shot, which was supported by the CDC for the age group Wednesday.
Guardians or watchmen can discover 250 vaccination destinations that offer the Pfizer shot by means of the Big Apple’s Vaccine Finder site.
Those areas incorporate a portion of the city’s most recognizable inoculation locales like the American Museum of Natural History, Citi Field and Staten Island’s Empire Outlets.
Albeit the city’s antibody destinations are open for walk-ins, people are urged to make an arrangement by visiting https://vaccinefinder.nyc.gov/.