Protect yourself and others from severe illness or hospitalization from the Delta variant of Covid-19 — and earn $100 at city-run sites too!


  • The pandemic is not over. The highly contagious Delta variant is spreading fast.

  • Most people sick, hospitalized or dying from the Delta variant have not been vaccinated.

  • In Brooklyn about 30% - 40% of eligible residents have not been vaccinated.

Please note: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns that the delta variant, which is now the dominant strain of COVID-19 in New York City, can spread even more easily than was previously thought.

All New Yorkers, whether vaccinated or not, are urged to wear masks in all public indoor settings, as well as in any setting when they do not know the vaccination status of those around them. See NYC Prevention and Care.


Starting August 16, you will be required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination for:

• Indoor dining

• Indoor fitness

• Indoor entertainment and performances

Proof of vaccination may include:

Everyone 12+ is eligible to get the free COVID-19 vaccine - No Appointment needed and earn $100 + other bonuses too

NYC Vaccine Finder- use this link to find a site near you with the "$100 incentive" noted
or Call (877) 829-4692

Mass vaccination site: Walk in anytime, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day:

Brooklyn Army Terminal, 140 58th St, Brooklyn, NY 11220


At-Home Vaccinations are open to all City residents, who can earn the $100 bonus too. To be screened for a vaccine at home, fill out this form online or call the Vaccine Reservation Center, (877) 829-4692.


Note: People who are 12 - 17 years old are only eligible for the PFIZER vaccine. The NYC Vaccine Finder shows whether that location has Pfizer for 12+.

Help from a trusted source


Bay Ridge Center has a new program, CONNECT-TO-VACCINE, for adults in Brooklyn. See the website (with links to the information in Spanish, Russian, Chinese and Arabic). CONNECT-TO-VACCINE offers a $100 incentive too.

Search for an available appointment


New York State Vaccine Finder - includes Medgar Evers College mass vaccination site

Walgreens Pharmacies


Rx Warehouse Pharmacy, 7724 New Utrecht Ave., Brooklyn 11214

Rite Aid Pharmacies

Pop-Up Sites in some NYC neighborhoods - SOMOS Community Care

Or call 1-833-SOMOSNY (1-833-766-6769)

​New York City Health & Hospitals


VA New York Harbor (Brooklyn) is offering the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine to Veterans 65 years of age and older currently enrolled in VA Healthcare. Eligible Veterans must schedule an appointment by calling 1-877-877-9267.

​​FREE Rides for Covid Vaccine

The Senior Citizen Transportation Program of Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island (JCCGCI) will provide transportation for seniors in Brooklyn to get the Covid-19 Vaccine. RIGHT AFTER you schedule a vaccine appointment, call JCCGCI to schedule a ride — schedule a week in advance if possible. They will safely take you, door-to-door, to and from your appointment.
To schedule a ride with JCCGCI, call (718) 449-5000 ext. 1 or email:


Free Rides to City-Operated Vaccine Sites: Residents aged 65+ unable to travel for their vaccine are eligible for free vaccine transportation services to and from City vaccination sites with Curb-powered taxi services. Call 877-VAX-4NYC to make an appointment at a City-operated vaccination site or go check NYC Vaccine Finder. After making an appointment to get vaccinated, participants will be screened and directed to Curb’s 24/7 call center to book their trips, Access-a-Ride, or ambulette services as appropriate.



Please ignore any individual or organization claiming to be able to provide a vaccine in exchange for payment. No vaccine distributors will ask you for Social Security, credit card, or bank account information. The vaccine is completely free, regardless of whether you have health insurance. If you suspect any fraudulent activity relating to COVID-19, please call the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Action Center Hotline at 718-250-2340.449

For the latest New York City information call 311 or see the NYC Department of Health website. The page is available in multiple languages.