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Get Vaccinated

The spread of the delta variant of the virus that causes COVID-19 means it is becoming more dangerous to be unvaccinated. Fortunately, it has never been easier to get vaccinated against COVID-19 in NYC.

People 12 and older can now go to vaccination sites citywide without an appointment. There are services available for people who need help getting to a site or other reasonable accommodations.

A fully vaccinated person is much less likely to get sick or spread the virus that causes COVID-19. Any activity is safer when you are vaccinated, and in most settings you will not need to wear a mask or stay 6 feet away from others.

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The more New Yorkers are vaccinated, the better our chances to stop the spread of COVID-19 in New York City and throughout the U.S. However, the increasing spread of variant viruses and the slowing pace of vaccinations is causing cases to rise again throughout the city. Do your part by getting vaccinated today and telling everyone you know who is 12 or older to do the same.

If you are not vaccinated, learn what other steps you should take to protect yourself and those around you.



  • Latest Data: Track how COVID-19 has recently affected NYC. Data is updated daily.
  • Vaccines: Track how the COVID-19 vaccine is being administered throughout the city.
  • Variants: Testing and spread in NYC of variants of the virus that causes COVID-19.
  • Public Health Milestones: Key public health indicators tracked by NYC policymakers.
  • Neighborhood Data Profiles: Summaries of data by ZIP code.
  • Long-Term Trends: Data trends since the city’s first confirmed case.
  • Total Data: Cumulative data collected since the city’s first confirmed case.
  • Data File Archive: All COVID-19 data files we posted online between March 17, 2020, and May 17, 2020, as well as more recent files on virus variants.

Testing, Prevention, Higher Risk Groups

  • Testing: Learn when and how you can get tested.
  • Rapid Testing: Schedule an appointment at one of the Health Department's free rapid testing locations, which usually have results within a few hours.
  • Prevention and Groups at Higher Risk: Follow our prevention tips and check if you are at a higher risk for illness.
  • Pregnancy: Learn about the different risks of COVID-19 to pregnant people and available assistance.

Symptoms, Care

  • Symptoms and Care: How to tell if you might have COVID-19 and what you should do if you have symptoms.

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