But first, it does target specific groups of people.
CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge saw two buses on Wednesday. The first is the vaccination bus. After the injection, the patient walks to the observation bus for 15 minutes to make sure they have no response.
Duddridge toured the city’s first mobile vaccination buses. They will park for the next three days in Sunset park on 7th Avenue, near 54.
“I think it’s great. It’s easy for everyone, getting work done faster. I think a lot of people don’t do that because it’s so difficult to get on a date. Christian Obredin, an employee at Peter Luger’s Steak House, said.
Mobile buses will focus on restaurant staff such as Obredin, as well as undocumented people, many working in food service.
“There are 500,000 New Yorkers working in restaurants. We want to find everyone who wants to be vaccinated and make it easier for them, ”said Sean Feeney, co-founder of All Restaurant Relief – or ROAR.
The mobile vaccination bus is a joint effort between Promobile Kitchen, Daybreak Health and the city.
“This bus is really interesting. It will also be a game changer. We can do up to 200 vaccinations a day, ” Major Bill de Blasio to speak.
It will manage one capture Johnson & Johnson Vaccine.
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Dr. Ted Long’s NYC Hospital + Medical gave the media a tour around the bus, explaining, “There will be six exam rooms, so we can do six vaccines at any time here. This is our refrigerator here, where we keep all the vaccines. ”
Right now, everyone has to make an appointment online or over the phone. Finally, walking may be available.
To be as accessible as possible, mobile clinics will offer multiple languages.
“I feel good. I’m glad they have the bus here. It’s easy, because I don’t have a car. It’s inconvenient to have to travel too far,” restaurant employee Elane Xi said.
The mayor said 4.6 million doses have been used in the city to date.
“Very important, very important,” said one woman of the city’s vaccine program.
“Very well. They are handling it very well,” said another.
The bus is the newest addition to the city’s 20 truck fleet. Next, the bus will move on Saturday to Union Avenue and Line 10 North at Williamsburg.