three mass vaccination centers . It’s part of the city’s effort to get as many of those most at risk (currently gay/bi men) vaccinated.Vaccinations were already taking place in Chelsea in Manhattan.
Further centers opened last weekend in Brooklyn, the Bronx and Queens.Health workers hope to be able to vaccinate up to 1,400 people each day at each site.
However, when news of the centers dropped last Friday, the Sunday appointment slots filled up within 90 minutes.Clearly, supply is still not meeting demand.Related: He loved his Florida trip.
Then the monkeypox blisters appeared.For anyone wanting to try and book an appointment or find out more about where to go, check the official NYC Health Department page.Alternatively, call 877-VAX-4NYC (877-829-4692).