Three days left to get vaccinated under the Blue Whale at New York Museum – NBC New York
Three months after debuting as one of the most exciting places to get vaccinated in New York City, the US Museum of National History announced the conclusion of the city’s vaccination campaign under the iconic Blue Whale.
While COVID-19 vaccines will still be administered at the Upper West Side Museum, the site will move to Gallery 77 on the first floor after July 22.
Monday’s museum announcement says walk-in tours are still accepted and encouraged at their site, and anyone who has been vaccinated can still visit the blue whale after its inoculation. A dedicated observation area will be established on the mezzanine level of the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life.
Immunization services are available at the American Museum of Natural History seven days a week, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. All residents of the United States aged 12 and over can receive the vaccine.
Statewide, new daily COVID counts have surpassed 1,000 in the past two days, up significantly from the roughly 300 to 400 governors. Andrew Cuomo reported just a month ago. NBC New York’s Phil Lipof reports.
In New York City, the moving average of new cases rose more than 64% from the weekly average for the previous four weeks on Monday – a jarring increase fueled by the delta variant, which is now the dominant strain in all five boroughs and across nationwide. .
Asked about the problem of masks in schools as late as Friday, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said the term was expected at this point to remain in public schools across the country. city. The CDC still recommends the same, although de Blasio says that could very well change by September. If so, he will reassess – the mayor reiterated the same approach on both points when asked about it on Monday.
In New York City, 53.5% of the population is fully vaccinated, while over 58% have received at least one dose of the vaccine.
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