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Get Vaccinated Under the Blue Whale at the American Museum of Natural History

Category: COVID-19

““This institution is dedicated to fostering scientific knowledge and understanding and providing access to the public, so I can’t even imagine a more important manifestation of our mission in action.”

–Ellen Futter, President, AMNHM

Starting Friday, April 23, New Yorkers can get their COVID-19 jabs directly under the famed blue whale at the American Museum of Natural History. While the AMNH vaccination site will be open to all, de Blasio noted that the location is launching with particular focus on public housing residents, museum staff, and cultural workers in District Council 37, the city’s largest public employee union.

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