NYC Vaccine for All: New Yorkers with comorbidities and underlying conditions can make appointments at state-run mass vaccination sites. For a full list of eligible groups, visit the State's website. Eligible New Yorkers can find vaccination locations and make appointments online at vaccinefinder.nyc.gov or by calling 877-VAX4NYC for assistance in multiple languages. For the latest information, please consult the City’s Vaccine Command Center.
NYC COVID-19 Citywide Information Portal: Provides the latest updates from The City of New York at NYC.Gov/coronavirus, including guidance and case data from the NYC Health Department; resources and assistance for New Yorkers, businesses and nonprofits; and ways to help, including donation and volunteer opportunities.
You can also receive updates by calling 311 (212-639-9675 for Video Relay Service, or TTY: 212-504-4115), or texting "COVID" to 692-692and "COVIDESP" to 692-692 for Spanish.
The Health Department issued updated guidance on face coverings, one of the most critical tools to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The guidance recommends people over the age of two-years-old wear snug fitting masks with two or three layers of material to better prevent unfiltered air from passing through. Alternatively, New Yorkers may wear two masks, with a cloth face covering over a disposable mask.
Help Now NYC provides information on opportunities to get assistance and to support those affected by the COVID-19 emergency, including volunteering and donating.
NYC Well is available 24/7 to connect New Yorkers to a range of free mental health support services. It can be reached online, by calling 1-888-NYC-Well (692-9355) or texting "WELL" to 65173. In addition, it offers a new guide with information on how New Yorkers can gain access mental health services while staying home.
State COVID zone restrictions remain in effect in certain parts of the city. To find out where the zones are, and to see what restrictions apply to each zone, please visit www.nyc.gov/covidzone or call the New York State hotline at 888-364-3065.
In accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidance, international passengers traveling to the U.S. are required to show proof of a negative COVID test or clearance from a public health official or licensed health care provider prior to boarding. Travelers arriving from outside of the U.S. are also required to quarantine for seven days after arrival. The New York State Travel Advisory continues to apply, requiring a negative COVID-19 test prior to exiting a quarantine shorter than 10 days.