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The Disability Pride Parade is Back! 10/02/22. 4 images from previous parades.
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    Taking place on Sunday, October 2nd, the parade will start at 10:00AM at Madison Square Park and will proceed down Broadway to Union Square Park. The Festival will take place in Union Square Park and will begin at 12:00PM.  Parade line-up will take place prior to 10:00 AM. Learn more information and register

September is Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month

Spinal Cord Awareness Month

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    Each year, more than 17,000 Americans acquire a spinal cord injury. There are nearly 300,000 people living with a spinal cord injury in the US

Monkeypox: Protect Yourself and Your Partners
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    Learn more about the monkeypox virus, including vaccinations, prevention and testing, please visit DOHMH’s monkeypox page.

Lady Liberty with a bandaid on her shoulder, and text reads new COVID-19 booster
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    A new COVID-19 vaccine booster has been authorized for everyone 12 and older who received their most recent vaccine dose at least two months ago. This booster is specifically designed to protect you against the omicron subvariants that account for nearly all recent infections in NYC. Learn more about getting the updated booster

Two NYC Ferry vessels with the NYC Midtown skyline in the background
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    NYC Ferry's new reduced fare $1.35 One-Way Ticket is available to persons with disabilities, persons age 65 and over, and current participants in the Fair Fares NYC program.

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