Friday, November 26, 2021

NYC Mayor's Community Affairs Unit


Dear New Yorker,


I hope everyone had a happy and relaxing Thanksgiving. The holiday season is officially underway. The Rockefeller tree lighting is next week!


The City is back and stronger than ever and ready to celebrate, as seen yesterday at the Thanksgiving Parade.


Lets keep it safe by following these tips from the Department of Health. 


In partnership,

Roberto Pérez,  

Commissioner, Mayor's Community Affairs Unit

Key Updates:

Want to learn how to integrate behavioral health support into the services offered at your nonprofit or agency? Free courses are open to staff at NYC community-based organizations and city/state agencies who fund or deliver services in the city -- with priority given to staff who serve TRIE neighborhoodsVisit:

NYC Junior Ambassadors empowers NYC 7th grade students to become actively engaged with the United Nations and see themselves as global citizens. We’re now going virtual. Learn more and apply to be part of the 2021-2022 cohort today:


NYC Vaccine Updates

It has never been easier to get a COVID-19 vaccination in New York City. New Yorkers 12 years and older can now get the COVID-19 vaccine at sites across the five boroughs. To find out where to get vaccinated and to make an appointment, visit or you can also call 877-VAX-4NYC (877-829-4692).


Booster Shots

Vaccine booster shots are now available for New Yorkers ages 18 and older. These shots boost your immunity from an initial vaccination series.

No one will be denied a booster shot in New York, as long as they are 18 or older and received their second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine at least six months ago, or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine at least two months ago.

For more information on 3rd doses and booster shots click here


Third Doses for People with Weakened Immune System

Separate from booster shots, people who are moderately to severely immunocompromised (meaning they have a weakened immune system) are eligible for a third dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, as part of their initial vaccination series. They can get a third dose 28 days after their second shot.


In-home COVID-19 vaccinations

NYC also offers in-home COVID-19 vaccinations to any city resident who requests one. You can also request whether you want the Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Schedule your appointment today for your in-home vaccination by filling out this form: http://nyc.ed verification of your vaccine status, you can request a copy of your COVID-19 vaccination record. You cannot get a replacement COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card at this time, but you can get an official record noting you have been vaccinated. Go here for more information:



COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card or need verification

If you are fully vaccinated but lost your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card or ne

NYC Expands $100 Vaccine Incentive SOMOS Community Care

The Mayor announced the City’s cash-for-vax incentive would be expanded to Somos Community Care doctors’ offices.  For more Information go to:


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