New Yorkers need help getting vaccine appointments.

We’re here to help.

Am I eligible?

If you are 65 or older, an essential worker, or have an underlying condition, you are currently eligible to get vaccinated. Check eligible underlying conditions here.

How can I sign up?

In Person

If you live in Brooklyn, you can sign up for an appointment in person at Medgars Evers College: 231 Crown St, Brooklyn NY11225

If you live in Queens, you can sign up for an appointment in person at York College: 94-20 Guy R Brewer Blvd, Jamaica, NY 11451


  1. NYC: 877-VAX-4NYC (877-829-4692)
  2. NY State: 833-NYS-4-VAX (833-697-4829)


There are different websites to see available NYC, NY State, and pharmacy appointments. You will have to enter your personal information at each site to see available appointments, so don’t be discouraged if the first website you visit does not have appointments.

  1. NYC Vaccine Finder
  2. NYC Health and Hospitals
  3. NYC Department of Health
  4. NY State

If you are 65+ and have a Walgreens near you, click here.

I got an appointment! What’s next?

Just one more step until you're done! Before you head to your appointment, fill out this form.

What is Get Out the Vax?

The vaccine rollout didn’t need to be this confusing, but it is. Get Out The Vax is an initiative sponsored by the Yang for New York campaign to mobilize 3,500 volunteers (and counting) to help New Yorkers navigate the process of signing up for a vaccine appointment and to educate voters about Ranked Choice Voting — starting with the most underserved communities.

We're joining groups across the country who are leading “Get out the Vaccine” efforts. We share this name with open hearts and much gratitude! We encourage others to join us in using this phrase, along with the numerous other “Get out the Vaccine” campaigns that exist, both now and in the future.

If you would like to volunteer

We need your help to Get Out The Vax! Volunteers are phone banking, texting, and safely canvassing in-person to get New Yorkers information about vaccine appointments and Ranked Choice Voting.

I have what I need to get vaccinated — what’s the deal with Ranked Choice Voting in the upcoming citywide election?

Great! We’re so glad you’re on your way to getting vaccinated. In the upcoming citywide primary election on 6/22/21, you don’t have to pick just one candidate. You’ll be able to rank your top five candidates — it’s called Ranked Choice Voting, and it’s incredibly easy.