Vaccine clinics return to some NYC schools this week and will be back again for second doses
Schools with high vaccine demand among 5- to 11-year-old students will get another chance to issue first doses this week, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday.
And, in a reversal, all schools serving students in that age group will begin offering second doses beginning Nov. 30 instead of requiring families to visit neighborhood clinics or doctor’s offices to receive a second shot.
The city’s school-based vaccine program initially offered every campus serving students ages 5-11 access to a one-day vaccine clinic over the past week. But as some sites saw high demand with lines around the block and short supply, officials said certain schools would get another chance to issue first doses on Wednesday and Thursday.
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