The New York Daily News reports:
Federal regulators haven’t authorized booster shots of the coronavirus vaccine yet — but Mayor de Blasio is already laying the groundwork for administering them. “We need to be ready to move immediately,” he said at his daily morning briefing. “We are ready.”
De Blasio’s plan taps all 1,900 vaccination sites in the five boroughs to administer booster doses. Twenty-five city-run vaccination sites will also extend their hours in order to “meet demand” for boosters, de Blasio said.
Once the FDA gives the go-ahead, de Blasio said his administration will launch “outreach campaigns,” with city workers being dispatched to help New Yorkers book booster appointments.
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Mayor de Blasio is already laying the groundwork for administering them.
Hizzoner rolled out a booster shot plan that involves offering the additional doses at all vaccination sites in the city and extending opening hours at some of them to ensure access.https://t.co/wCRiR3Npvt
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) September 16, 2021