BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — New York State is rolling out a new "Take a Flight, Take a Shot" program, opening vaccination sites at seven airports across the state.
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the program from the Buffalo Niagara International Airport on Thursday morning. The airports included in the program are:
- Buffalo Niagara International Airport
- Greater Rochester International Airport
- Syracuse Hancock International Airport
- Albany International Airport
- Westchester County Airport
- John F. Kennedy International Airport
- LaGuardia Airport
The pop-up vaccination sites will be available to all United States residents arriving or departing at the airports. Airport workers will also be eligible.
Take a Flight, Take a Shot!— Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) May 20, 2021
Next week New York will offer pop-up vaccination sites at 7 airports across the state for all US residents arriving or departing, as well as airport workers.
Whether you're coming or leaving—we want you to be safe and healthy.#GetVaccinated pic.twitter.com/QijRcaLZFD