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30K monkeypox vaccine appointments in NYC available Thursday

NEW YORK -- More than 30,000 monkeypox vaccine appointments will be made available in New York City on Thursday as the city expands eligibility.The health department says now people of any sexual orientation or gender identity who have multiple sex partners can get the shot. Anyone whose partner meets that criteria is also eligible.Anyone who suspects they were exposed to monkeypox within the last two weeks can also get the vaccine.Monkeypox in NYC: Identifying symptoms, prevention tips, how to get a vaccine and moreThe new appointments will go online at 4 p.m. Thursday.New cases in the city have dropped significantly since the height of the outbreak in July.
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NYC health commissioner urges action on vaccines, mental health

The city’s health commissioner is urging action on vaccines and the ongoing mental health crisis. Speaking with Pat Kiernan on “Mornings On 1” Tuesday, Dr. Ashwin Vasan stressed that as the colder months approach, New Yorkers should get their flu shots, as well as updated COVID-19 boosters.
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County Executive George Latimer and Health Commissioner Dr. Sherlita Amler Promote Flu Vaccine and COVID Bivalent Booster at County Health Clinic

Watch the full news conference on YouTube.. Flu season is officially upon us, and to encourage Westchester County’s residents to stay healthy and safe, County Executive George Latimer will roll up his sleeves and get a flu shot and the bivalent COVID booster at the Health Department Clinic in White Plains. Latimer will be joined by Board of Health President Dr. Robert Baker, who will also receive his flu shot and COVID booster.
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Kyrie Irving: Vaccine Decision Cost Me Four-Year, $187M Extension With Nets

Kyrie Irving believes his decision not to get vaccinated cost him a four-year, $187 million contract extension offer by the Brooklyn Nets prior to the 21-22 season. Irving and the Nets were unable to agree to terms on a new contract this offseason, leading him to exercise his $36.5 million player option for 22-23.
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COVID-19 Vaccines: What Older New Yorkers Need to Know

COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. The sooner you get vaccinated, the sooner you will be protected!. Why is it important for older adults to get vaccinated against COVID-19? While anyone can get sick from COVID-19, the risk of severe illness increases with age. Severe illness from COVID-19 may lead...
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Judge rules against NYPD vaccine mandate

NEW YORK (PIX11) – A judge ruled on Friday against the NYPD’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for members of New York City’s largest police union, directing the department to rehire officers who were fired for noncompliance. New York State Supreme Court Judge Lyle Frank ruled in favor of...
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Polio vaccination rates in some areas of the US hover dangerously close to the threshold required for herd immunity

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