New Yorkers aged 50 and older not need an appointment to receive COVID vaccination

New Yorkers matured 50 and older at this point don’t have to plan to get a COVID-19 vaccination — they can walk directly into in excess of 30 areas all through the five districts.

The city made the announcement Saturday in the expectations that giving an enormous area of the populace admittance to problem free stroll in appointments will help it arrive at its objective of vaccinating 5 million people by June.

Beforehand, stroll in vaccinations were simply accessible to New Yorkers 75 and older.

“Beginning TODAY, New Yorkers 50 and older can stroll into any City-run site and get vaccinated. No appointment vital,” Mayor de Blasio tweeted Saturday.

Coney Island YMCA
Teachers Prep High School
Starrett City
Flatbush YMCA
Bushwick Educational Campus
Event Space at City Point
Brooklyn Army Terminal


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

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
Staten Island
Former Babies R Us – Staten Island Mall
Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex
Empire Outlets
St. Thomas St. Joseph’s School