Cuomo: 15 NY state parks to host pop-up COVID-19 vaccination sites; vaccinated residents eligible for free passes

The governor also said residents vaccinated at any site in the state between May 24 and 31 will be eligible to receive free two-day family passes to any of the state parks across New York.

News 12 Staff

May 24, 2021, 9:30 PM

Updated 1,059 days ago

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that 15 state parks will host pop-up COVID-19 vaccination sites this week.
The governor also said residents vaccinated at any site in the state between May 24 and 31 will be eligible to receive free two-day family passes to any of the state parks across New York.
Residents just need to take their vaccination card to the office at the parks in order to receive their passes.
Another incentive announced was free seven-day unlimited MetroCards for people vaccinated at specific transit hubs across the city.
Residents vaccinated at certain state-run sites can also receive a lottery scratch-off with the chances of winning different prizes up to $5 million.
Vaccines at the Roberto Clemente State Park in the Bronx will be available from May 29 to May 31.
More information on vaccination sites at state parks can be found here.


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