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  • According to NYC.gov, It has never been easier to get a COVID-19 vaccination in NYC.

    According to NYC.gov, It has never been easier to get a COVID-19 vaccination in NYC. People 5 and older are eligible for the vaccine. Those who are fully vaccinated can more safely gather with friends and enjoy other benefits of vaccination, so get your shot today. Many vaccination sites in the city no longer require appointments. See a list of…

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  • NYC Mobile & Pop-Up Vaccine Sites

    To better meet New Yorkers where they live, work, go to school, and play, NYC has deployed temporary, roaming vaccination sites across the City. There are two versions of these temporary sites: mobile and pop-up. All are fully equipped with in-take personnel and nurses to safely and conveniently administer the vaccine and observe patients. Appointments are not required, but you…

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  • Did you know being afraid of needles is common for both children and adults?

    Did you know being afraid of needles is common for both children and adults? Don’t let a fear of needles keep you from getting COVID-19 and flu vaccinations that can be lifesaving. Try these tips to help overcome your fear of needles: -Bring a friend or family member. -Distract yourself with music, conversation, or for kids, a toy. -Tell the…

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  • Cabs cares: mammograms and vaccination

    According to the CDC If you’re due for a mammogram and have been recently vaccinated for COVID-19, ask your doctor how long you should wait to get your mammogram. #Vaccination can cause swelling in the lymph nodes in the underarm near the shot. This is more common after booster or additional doses than the initial vaccination. This swelling is a normal sign that…

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  • Vaccine booster shots are now available for New Yorkers ages 18 and older.

    CABS CARES: #Vaccine booster shots are now available for New Yorkers ages 18 and older. These shots boost your immunity from an initial vaccination series. No one will be denied a booster shot in New York, as long as you are 18 or older and received your second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine at least six months ago,…

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