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COVID-19 VACCINATION INFORMATION

-All New Yorkers age 16 and older are eligible to receive a vaccine, with children between 12 and 15 years old eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine.

-All vaccination sites operated by the City of New York and the State of New York are accepting walk-ins of any age. Appointments are no longer needed to receive a vaccine at those locations.

Click here or call 1-877-829-4692 to find a New York City vaccine provider closest to you.

-Appointments are still required for vaccination sites operated by local pharmacies and federal community health centers.

COVID-19 TESTING INFORMATION

-Queens residents are urged to get tested for COVID-19 on a regular basis to help prevent the spread of the virus and quicken our borough’s ongoing recovery and rebuild. 

Click here to find a COVID-19 testing location closest to you.

Click here for a list of COVID-19 testing sites offered by New York City Health + Hospitals. Each site features cost-free, walk-in testing for all with no appointment necessary.

-In addition to getting tested, stay vigilant and prevent new spikes by wearing a mask, socially distancing and wash your hands frequently.

QUEENS VACCINE TOWN HALLS

-Borough President Richards continues to host an ongoing series of virtual COVID-19 Queens Vaccine Town Halls to answer questions Queens residents may have about the science, side effects and availability of the COVID-19 vaccines.

-Previous Vaccine Town Halls were held February 4, February 16February 18, February 24, April 5 and April 13.