Attempting to expand a vaccination effort on the verge of stalling out, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Monday that eight subway and commuter-rail stations would provide walk-up Johnson & Johnson vaccines beginning on Wednesday.

The pilot program will run from May 12 to May 16, giving out shots at the 179th Street station in Jamaica; the Stillwell Avenue stop in Coney Island; Broadway Junction in East New York; the E. 180th Street station in the Bronx; and Grand Central Terminal and Penn Station in Manhattan. Pop-up locations will also be located at the Long Island Rail Road station in Hempstead and the Metro-North in Ossining.

Attempting to expand a vaccination effort on the verge of stalling out , Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Monday that eight subway and commuter-rail stations would provide walk-up Johnson & Johnson vaccines beginning on Wednesday.

The pilot program will run from May 12 to May 16, giving out shots at the […]

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