Citing early success with COVID-19 vaccine pop-up sites at subway and train stations around the city, the state announced three new hubs would open on Tuesday. Four of the initial eight locations in the pilot program would also continue to deliver shots.
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the extension after 5,701 people got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine during the opening wave of the program, which ran from last Wednesday to Sunday at subway, Metro-North, and Long Island Rail Road stations.
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MTA To Expand COVID-19 Vaccine Program To New Subway Stations, Citing Early Success https://t.co/3dgYD41nVD
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