While Thành Phố New York City is open & vaccinations have sầu been a boon to everyday life and local business, Covid-19 remains a reality for all of us. Below you’ll find the most useful and current information for navigating the five boroughs, plus plenty of resources for planning ahead.

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NYC Updates

As of July 30, 2022, Thành Phố New York City's Department of Health & Mental Hygiene has declared monkeypox a public health emergency. For more information about the vi khuẩn và vaccinations, visit nyc.gov.

As of July 8, 2022, Thủ đô New York City's Department of Health & Mental Hygiene recommends wearing masks in all public indoor settings as a precaution against the spread of Covid-19, as well as around crowds outside. Masks, vaccinations, boosters and common-sense precautions among those most at risk remain the most effective way to reduce the risk of transmission.Earlier in the year, Governor Hochul announced mask wearing was no longer be mandated by the state in indoor public places, and that schools would no longer require masking. Mayor Adams followed by lifting the mask mandate for schools as of March 7 and suspending the Key khổng lồ NYC initiative—which required patrons ages 5 and olderto lớn show proof of vaccination for indoor activities at restaurants, bars, gyms, cultural venuesvà entertainment facilities.Individual businesses may, however, continue lớn require masks and proof of vaccination at their own discretion. As well, the lifting of the mandate doesnot extend to public transit và transit-related spaces, including the subway, airports và bus và train stations. For more information, visitny.gov.

Vaccinations

Vaccinations areavailable and recommendedfor all age groups, including—as of June 22, 2022—children between 6 months và 5 years old; see herefor more details & below for where khổng lồ get vaccines in the City. In December 2021, CityHall announced a vaccine mandate for all private employers in New York City. This went inlớn effect December 27: employees who work in person must have sầu one dose of the vaccine and follow that with a second dose within 45 days. The recent changes by the Governor và Mayor vì not affect this requirement. Those who work remotely will not be required to get the vaccine.

Officials at the Centers for Disease Control recommkết thúc that everyone 5 and older get a booster shotfive sầu months after receiving a two-course dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine& two months after receiving a single dose of Johnson & Johnson's Janssen vaccine. A second booster is also recommended for adults 50 & over; it should be at least four months after the first booster & should be an mRNA (Modermãng cầu or Pfizer) vaccine. For more information, visit cdc.gov.

Masking

Mask wearing is recommended in indoor spaces. Governor Hochul had announced in February 2022that the state mandate for masks khổng lồ be worn in indoor public places was being lifted. Businesses may still choose lớn implement the mandate, & the mask requirement remains in effect forpublic transit & a number of additional locations, such as health-care facilities.

Broadway

Broadway shows haveresumed their runs. To help consumers, the Broadway League has launchedBwayToday.com,featuring updatedschedules of all the shows playing on Broadway this season. This resource also provides access to lớn each Broadway show’s website for more information. All listings include the most current information on performance times & reflect any last-minute cancellations.

Almost all Broadway theaters in New York City have stopped checking vaccinations for audience members, as well as for performers, backstage crew& staff (the requirement was officially lifted in May). As ofJuly 1, masks are optional—though still encouraged—for audiences inside theaters, with the exception of two productionsfor which masking remains mandatory. For more information, visit broadway.org.

MTA

The NYC subway continues to lớn operate with 24-hour service. Riders must continue khổng lồ wear masks. For more information, visitmta.info.

International Travel

As of November 8, 2021, international travelersmay once again enter the country khổng lồ visit Thủ đô New York City. All travelers over the age of 18 must be fully vaccinated. Full vaccination occurs two weeks after receiving the second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, or two weeks after receiving the single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Vaccines listed for emergency use by the World Health Organization, such as the AstraZeneca vaccine, as well as FDA- or WHO-approved mixed doses,also qualify.

Testing RequirementsAs of June 12, 2022, inbound international travelers will no longer be required lớn show proof ofa recent negative Covid-19 kiểm tra result. For more information, visit cdc.gov.

As of January 22, 2022, both essential và nonessential travelers who enter the States by crossinglvà borders or arrivingby port must provide proof of full vaccination. We will continue to lớn update this page as requirements evolve sầu.

For the lathử nghiệm on international travel requirements, visit cdc.gov.

How to Get Vaccinated

Covid-19 vaccines are available in NYC khổng lồ all US residents who are 6 months & older (boosters are available và recommended for those age 5 và older), including domestic visitors to lớn the five boroughs.

There are many ways to get vaccinated:

You may hotline 877-VAX-4NYC (877-829-4692) to schedule an appointment & for more information.

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To allow visitors access to the vaccine, the City operates a limited number of pop-up vaccination hubs in areas around the five sầu boroughs, including near parks và transit stops; locations may change from week to week. For a danh sách of walk-up sites và for more information, visitnyc.gov.

How lớn Get Tested

Covid-19 testing is widely available throughout Thành Phố New York City. A number of resources can assist in scheduling PCR or rapid-antigen tests: