COVID-19

COVID-19

Can I Get the COVID Vaccine at Urgent Cares in New York City?
COVID-19

Can I Get the COVID Vaccine at Urgent Cares in New York City?

While some urgent care facilities are administering the COIVD-19 vaccine, most vaccines in NYC are being allocated to mass vaccination sites, pharmacies, and community clinics.

Jacqueline Slobin
Jacqueline Slobin23 Aug 2022
New York City COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility
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New York City COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility

Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson have all received emergency use authorization from the FDA for the use of their Covid-19 vaccines. New York is following a phased distribution of the Covid-19 vaccine. This means that only people identified as eligible in the current phases will be able to receive the vaccine. Currently, only those in Phase 1A and Phase 1B are eligible to receive the vaccine.

Spencer Lee
Spencer Lee25 Mar 2021
Free Antibody Testing Locations in NYC
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Free Antibody Testing Locations in NYC

Antibody tests are used to detect past infection with COVID-19. You can get a test at your doctor, urgent care, or a listed NYC Health+Hospital location.

Jacqueline Slobin
Jacqueline Slobin23 Aug 2022
How Much Does a COVID-19 Vaccine Cost at Pharmacies in 2021?
COVID-19

How Much Does a COVID-19 Vaccine Cost at Pharmacies in 2021?

As part of Operation Warp Speed, the United States placed an initial order of 100 million doses of both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. The Pfizer vaccine was purchased at $19.50/dose and the Moderna vaccine was purchased at approximately $32/dose.

Alyssa Corso
Alyssa Corso21 Oct 2021
Already Had COVID-19? You may only need one dose of the vaccine
Public Health

Already Had COVID-19? You may only need one dose of the vaccine

One study suggests that one COVID-19 dose may suffice in individuals who have already had COVID-19.

Spencer Lee
Spencer Lee23 Mar 2021
Where & How To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine In Harlem?
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Where & How To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine In Harlem?

In Harlem, NY, eligible individuals can receive the COVID-19 vaccine at AdvantageCare, Gotham Health, NYC Health + Hospitals, Harlem, and more.

Mira Research Team
Mira Research Team25 Mar 2021
Where & How To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine In Brooklyn?
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Where & How To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine In Brooklyn?

Some COVID-19 vaccine locations in Brooklyn include NYC Health + Hospitals, Rite Aid, RendrCare, and NYC Vaccine Hub.

Mira Research Team
Mira Research Team25 Mar 2021
Where & How To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine In Nassau County?
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Where & How To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine In Nassau County?

Some COVID-19 vaccine locations include Nassau Community College, Garden City, Yes We Can Community Center, Westbury, and NUMC, East Meadow

Mira Research Team
Mira Research Team25 Mar 2021
Where & How To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine In Downtown Manhattan?
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Where & How To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine In Downtown Manhattan?

The COVID-19 vaccine is available in Downtown Manhattan at the NYC Health Department, NYC Health + Hospitals Bellevue, AdvantageCare Physicians Flatiron, and more.

Mira Research Team
Mira Research Team25 Mar 2021
Are Nasal Antiseptics Effective In Preventing COVID-19?
Tips

Are Nasal Antiseptics Effective In Preventing COVID-19?

Dr. Pelletier, MD, FACS, and founder of nasal antiseptic, Halodine, says everyone can benefit from the added protection afforded by nasal antiseptics to prevent COVID-19.

Mira Research Team
Mira Research Team9 Feb 2021
Should I Wear Two Face Masks?
Public Health

Should I Wear Two Face Masks?

Wearing two face masks depends on what mask you're wearing. Wearing two face masks could be a great option as an extra layer of protection.

Spencer Lee
Spencer Lee23 Mar 2021
Are COVID-19 Vaccines Safe For Pregnant Women?
Wellness

Are COVID-19 Vaccines Safe For Pregnant Women?

While pregnant and breastfeeding women were not part of vaccine clinical trials, many experts believe that vaccines are safe for these groups and outweigh the risks of getting sick from COVID-19. In some states, pregnant women may be eligible for vaccination due to the increased risk of COVID-19 complications.

Jacqueline Slobin
Jacqueline Slobin23 Aug 2022