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Posted on: July 22, 2021

City Update - Vaccine Pop-up


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This is the City of New Rochelle. 

COVID rates are once again rising here in New Rochelle and across our region as the highly-contagious delta variant spreads.  

If you haven’t already been vaccinated, now is the time to protect yourself and your family.

A vaccine pop-up is scheduled for this Friday, July 23 from 10am to 2pm at 467 North Avenue near City Hall.  And vaccines are available everyday at pharmacies and health care providers throughout New Rochelle and Westchester for all people ages 12 and up.

The vaccine is safe, effective, and free.  Hundreds of millions of people have already been vaccinated and now enjoy the freedom and peace of mind that comes with protection from COVID. 

For more information about Friday’s vaccine pop-up, call 914-227-9309.  For general information about vaccine locations, visit  And if you have any questions about the vaccine itself, talk to your doctor to learn the facts.

This has been Mayor Noam Bramson.  Thank you for listening.  And let’s all do our part to help New Rochelle recover fully.

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