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jillee03
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Vaccine spots

If you are a long island resident are you allowed to get an appointment for a place in one of the 5 boroughs?

Posted 1/16/21 8:32 PM
 
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Mrs213
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Vaccine spots

Yes

Posted 1/16/21 8:41 PM
 

jillee03
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Re: Vaccine spots

It’s confusing Cause on those sites it specifically asks if you live in NYC.

Posted 1/16/21 8:51 PM
 

ali120206
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Re: Vaccine spots

Posted by jillee03

It’s confusing Cause on those sites it specifically asks if you live in NYC.



I thought those sites were only for those who live, work or have Drs in NYC (other than the state run sites like Javits and Aqueducf) but I am not 100% sure. My friend got her mom and dad vaccinated at Columbia but they have Drs there.

Message edited 1/16/2021 10:07:12 PM.

Posted 1/16/21 10:06 PM
 

Mrs213
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Vaccine spots

Yeah my friend and parents got appointments in the city, not sure if they have a dr. there but they live in Suffolk.

Posted 1/16/21 11:42 PM
 

xosweetiexo
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Re: Vaccine spots

Posted by Mrs213

Yes



I know people who live on LI and they made appt in Queens with no problem.

Posted 1/17/21 2:01 AM
 

pjt212301
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Vaccine spots

I had my shot yesterday in the bronx and live in Nassau

Posted 1/17/21 12:40 PM
 

nel
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Re: Vaccine spots

There are state-run sites in the city where anyone can go, but there are also the city-run sites that they want to hold for city residents or employees. (It's changed -- when it first started, anyone could go anywhere.) But the Javits Center and Aqueduct sites are state run, so anyone can go to those.

ETA: I read this in the NY Times yesterday. I didn't know about the difference before that.

Message edited 1/17/2021 1:05:39 PM.

Posted 1/17/21 1:05 PM
 

NYCGirl80
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Re: Vaccine spots

Posted by nel

There are state-run sites in the city where anyone can go, but there are also the city-run sites that they want to hold for city residents or employees. (It's changed -- when it first started, anyone could go anywhere.) But the Javits Center and Aqueduct sites are state run, so anyone can go to those.

ETA: I read this in the NY Times yesterday. I didn't know about the difference before that.



Yes, that's accurate. Anyone can go to a state site, but only city residents/workers can go to a city-run site. Same with county-run sites, but most of those don't even have doses anyway.

Posted 1/17/21 5:55 PM
 
 

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