The first day in which individuals outside the healthcare field could receive the COVID-19 vaccine saw big lines at many distribution points across the five boroughs, including at the Bushwick High School Campus in Brooklyn.

Jan. 11 marked another historic day in the fight against the novel coronavirus, ushering in the Phase 1B dispersal of the vaccine, nearly a month after the shot was made available to high-priority healthcare workers and nursing home residents and staff.

Throughout the tristate area, NYC COVID-19 Vaccine Hubs opened their doors to those in Phase 1B priority Monday.

An elderly man received his vaccine from Sonia Latchman, RN. Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City

The first day in which individuals outside the healthcare field could receive the COVID-19 vaccine saw big lines at many distribution points […]

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  1. I live in Bed-stuy Brooklyn I would love to know where to go for the vaccination for Covid the same way they have small buses for a blood drive, it should be the same for covid one on every corner. I have the age and very bad health please let me know where to go. thank you

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