Vaccine Availability for Pace
Here’s your shot to help keep Pace safe. The health and safety of the Pace Community is our top priority, and getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is a key part. Check back frequently as we announce vaccine availability for our community.
Effective April 6, all adult New Yorkers—that’s everyone 16 or older—is eligible to be vaccinated. (Only the Pfizer vaccine is approved for 16 and older; Moderna and Johnson & Johnson are approved for 18 or older.) This is one step closer to fulfilling our plans for a Fall 2021 semester that feels closer to normal, with fully in-person classes and activities. Some of you have already been vaccinated as you reached eligibility earlier—which is wonderful news!
Getting as many people vaccinated is one of the most effective strategies for us to protect our families, colleagues, peers, and community members. See below for information about how and where to get vaccinated:
Moderna Vaccine at Westchester Community College
Please note: The appointments at Westchester Community College are open only to those who currently live or work in Westchester County, NY.
Make an Appointment at Westchester Community College:
Tuesday, April 20–Friday, April 30, 2021
Moderna Vaccine at 158 Worth St. in NYC
Please note: This mobile clinic being run by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and the Mayor's Office. This mobile vaccine event is open to anyone 18 and older who lives or works in New York State, regardless of your home campus. This mobile clinic is first-come, first-served and no appointment is necessary.
Date, Time, and Location:
Thursday, April 22, and Friday, April 23
8:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.
158 Worth Street
New York, NY 10013
Moderna and Pfizer Vaccine at Northwell Health
Please note: These appointments are at multiple Northwell Health locations around NYC, Long Island, and Westchester County. These appointments are open to anyone who lives or works in New York State, regardless of your home campus.
Moderna Vaccine at Burke Rehabilitation Hospital
Please note: The appointments at Burk Rehabilitation Hospital are open to anyone 18 or older who lives or works in New York State, regardless of your home campus.
Make an Appointment at Burke Rehabilitation Hospital:
Friday, April 23, 2021
NYC-run Vaccination Sites Accepting Walk-Ins for People aged 16+
Beginning Friday, April 23, all City-run vaccination sites will accept walk-ins by people age 16 and over. No appointments are necessary. See the list of sites accepting walk-ins.
Please note the following:
- >> Appointments will be at the designated vaccination location. You are responsible for getting to the vaccination site.
- >> These appointments will be for either the Pfizer or the Moderna vaccine, which requires a second dose after several weeks. If you will not be able to get to vaccination location for your second dose, you should not sign up for an appointment.
- >> Photo ID will be required at check-in; an insurance card will also be required if you have one.
- >> Your second dose will be scheduled at time of check-out.
- >> The Moderna vaccine is FDA-authorized only for those 18 and older and the Pfizer vaccine is FDA-authorized only for those 16 and older. Please be prepared to provide proof of age (e.g., government-issued ID, birth certificate, passport).
Vaccine Eligibility and Appointment Resources
Check the below websites for information about vaccine eligibility and appointment availability:
Utilizing Social Media for Vaccine Appointments
If you are using Twitter, there are several accounts that provide appointment availability in real-time. Follow the account and turn on all notifications, so you don’t miss a tweet.
Be sure to keep checking your Pace email and PaceSafe app notifications for information about vaccine appointments for the Pace Community.
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