New York City straphangers will soon be able to receive a coronavirus vaccine while waiting for their subway or commuter train, as part of a new state-run pilot that will bring temporary inoculation sites to some of the city’s busiest transit hubs.
Between May 12th and May 16th, a total of eight new pop-up sites will offer the single-dose Johnson & Johnson shot to 300 people each day on a walk-in basis. As an added incentive, recipients will also get a 7-day unlimited MetroCard, or round-trip ticket for Long Island Rail Road/Metro-North rides.
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