New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced distribution plans for the new bivalent COVID-19 boosters –Pfizer (12+) and Moderna (18+)– through NYC Health + Hospitals facilities, community-based health care providers, and pharmacies, in addition to being available through the at-home vaccination program for homebound and/or elderly New Yorkers. Additionally, the city will launch a campaign in the coming weeks to emphasize the importance of staying current on booster shots to protect New Yorkers against severe COVID-19 health outcomes and to get ahead of the virus going into the fall and winter months. The updated boosters are more effective at protecting against the latest variants and are recommended for all New Yorkers ages 12-and up, whose last COVID-19 vaccination was more than two months ago.
New Bivalent Covid-19 Vaccines Available to Boost City’s Immunity
Christian Derr2022-09-14T09:36:15-04:00September 9th, 2022|
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