“Vax To The Movies” is back this weekend, as New York City pushes Vaccine access
In another attempt to expand access to vaccine, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that the “Vax to the Movies” initiative that will bring pop-up vaccination sites to select movie theaters across the city, will continue this weekend, along with “In Home Vaccine” for ALL New Yorkers.
If you are interested in receiving your vaccine at home, click on this link to fill out the form on.nyc.gov/inhomevax
The details are as follows:
Dates: Friday, October 22nd – Sunday, October 24th
Bronx Location: AMC Bay Plaza Cinema 13 – 2210 Bartow Avenue, Bronx, NY 10475
Time: 12PM – 5:30 PM
Vaccines Available: Pfizer and J&J
Incentives: $100 for anyone getting their first dose
“You can get vaccinated right outside the movie theater and go in and enjoy the movie,” the mayor said, adding: “We have found this mobile sites, these pop up sites are some of the most successful things we’ve done in the vaccination effort.”
Watch these clips to learn why some New Yorkers chose to get vaccinated: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elNF3JyEQTE
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