Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Tuesday that the city will roll out a mobile vaccine bus this week. The bus, which can give out 150-200 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine a day, will be used to reach the city’s most vulnerable populations. During its first week in operation, the mobile clinic will be focused on restaurant and delivery workers. Its first stop on Wednesday will be Sunset Park in Brooklyn.
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NEW: NYC launching it’s first mobile vaccine bus. Will start later this week in Sunset Park, focusing on restaurant workers & restaurant delivery workers. Uses J&J. Can do 200 appts/day.
We need many more of these in many neighborhoods. pic.twitter.com/w8kosLVrU5
— Mark D. Levine (@MarkLevineNYC) April 6, 2021
The Mobile Vaccine Bus launches TOMORROW in Sunset Park! It will bring 150-200 doses per day to our most vulnerable New Yorkers. This week it’s focusing on restaurant and delivery workers. #NYCVaccineForAll pic.twitter.com/pmqwQvNrVs
— NYC Mayor’s Office (@NYCMayorsOffice) April 6, 2021