Statue of liberty, bandaid on arm. Providers, speak with patients about COVID-19

    Health care providers can help stop the spread by talking to their patients, loved ones and community about the importance and safety of the COVID-19 vaccines.

Statue of liberty, arm bandaid. Text: It's your turn to get a COVID-19 Vaccine

    All U.S. residents 16 years of age and older can get a COVID-19 vaccine in NYC. Schedule your appointment or visit a walk-up vaccination site today.

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    The COVID-19 vaccines were tested on thousands, and millions have been vaccinated safely. The vaccines have proven to prevent illness, hospitalization and death.

    Learn more, including how to get vaccinated and what to expect afterward.

A man is besides text 'Always worrying if your loved ones are ok can get to you

    Stress during the COVID-19 public health emergency can change your drug use routines, which may increase your risk of overdose. Learn more about how to reduce risk and prevent overdose.

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    The flu vaccine will not prevent COVID-19, but it will help decrease the risk of you and your family getting sick and needing flu-related medical care.

    Learn more about the flu vaccine, including where you can get a shot this year.

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