Indoor, Outdoor, Exotic, Music-Filled Vaccination Sites

Indoor, Outdoor, Exotic, Music-Filled Vaccination Sites
You can get vaccinated at the American Museum of Natural History, 200 Central Park West, Manhattan as of late April, 2021. Credit; Ed Reed/Mayoral Photography Office.

If you want to get a vaccine, these days you can get it just about everywhere, including the Natural History Museum, no appointment necessary.

This weekend only:

NYC Department of Health is adding two new spots in Brooklyn and one in Queens where you can get vaccinated with the one-shot-and-you-are-done Johnson & Johnson vaccine, and you can do so outside this Saturday, 5/8 & Sunday, 5/9 only, 1 PM-8 PM (rain or shine!)

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Pier 2 Handball Courts

Sunset Park – Near 6th Avenue and 44th Street Entrance

Flushing Meadows Corona Park (Queens)- Unisphere

Image courtesy of NYC Mayor’s Office.

Want some music with your vaccine? We’ve got that too, right in our borough.

  • 455 Jefferson – 455 Jefferson St., Brooklyn, NY 11237
  • Livonia – 453 Hinsdale St., Brooklyn, NY 11207
  • City Point Brooklyn – 445 Albee Square W, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Music Heals” is a new program of paid gigs for musicians who will play at 11 City-run vaccination centers across the five boroughs through June 20.

North Brooklyn – a new walk-in COVID-19 vaccination site opened at 211 Ainslie Street today – convenient to residents of Williamsburg and Greenpoint and open to anyone 16 years or older.  This site will be open Monday–Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and offer the Pfizer vaccine which requires two doses.

Assemblywoman Emily Gallagher cut the ribbon earlier today on the new vaccination center. Photo Credit: Stefano Giovannini

211 Ainslie Street serves as a community town hall in addition to being the home of Swinging Sixties Senior Center, Small World Early Childhood Center, and the meeting place for Brooklyn Community Board 1’s public hearings.


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