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    Due to expected high temperatures and heat indices, NYC cooling centers will be open. Cooling centers are air-conditioned facilities, such as libraries, community centers, senior centers, or schools that are open to the public during heat emergencies. To find your nearest cooling center, call 311 or visit Cooling Centers Finder.
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Disability Pride Month

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    Join us at MOPD as we usher in Disability Pride Month! Stay tuned for upcoming events commemorating the 31st anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act!
    
Unable to leave your home? You may qualify for in-home vaccinations
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    NYC is providing in-home Covid-19 vaccinations (Johnson & Johnson) to eligible NYC residents who are fully homebound, have not already been vaccinated, and do not already have access to a vaccination program. Call 877-829-4692 or fill out the Interest Form if you would like to apply.
COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Frequently Asked Questions by the Disability Commu
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    Our office has put together a collection of Frequently Asked Questions from the Disability Community regarding COVID-19 vaccine distribution. This page will be updated to answer more questions so please continue to check back for additional information.
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    The Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities has released the 2020 edition of AccessibleNYC, an annual report on the state of people with disabilities living in NYC.

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