New York City’s NBC News affiliate reports:
New York City says its next monkeypox vaccine allocation, which includes nearly 26,000 doses, will become available starting next week, with appointments being made available starting Friday evening.
The appointments will be available through the city’s vaccine portal starting at 6 p.m. Those seeking one of the shots can book an appointment from July 24 through Aug. 13.
The NYC Department of Health said that 17,000 of the nearly 26,000 doses will be open for public appointments starting in the evening. The appointments will be for vaccinations at the Chelsea, East Harlem and Corona sexual health clinics, which are operated by the department.
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The last time a big batch of appointments opened up they were gone within minutes — all 9,000 of them. There’s almost double that this time around. Here’s what to do if you’re looking for a monkeypox vaccine appointment in NYC. https://t.co/pqkgNaPlcC
— NBC New York (@NBCNewYork) July 22, 2022