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GOVERNOR CUOMO ANNOUNCES 16 MASS VACCINATION SITES IN NEW YORK STATE WILL ACCOMMODATE WALK-IN APPOINTMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS OVER THE AGE OF 60 BEGINNING APRIL 23   Mass Vaccination Sites to Set Aside Allocation for New Yorkers 60 Years of Age and Older to Walk-in and Get Vaccinated    Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that beginning Friday, April 23, 16 mass vaccination sites will accept walk-in appointments for individuals age 60 and older. New York State will set aside a vaccine allocation to facilitate this expanded vaccination access. There may be a wait for those opting to walk-in at some sites depending on demand. Additionally, all proof of identity and insurance information, if applicable, will be needed.   "Every day our state moves closer to a post-pandemic future by vaccinating more New Yorkers, and we're building on that momentum by making it easier for our residents to get vaccinated, expanding eligibility and opening new vaccination sites across the state," Governor Cuomo said. "We're taking that effort a step further and making the vaccine more accessible to older New Yorkers by allowing walk-ins to get vaccinated at 16 mass vaccination sites. A robust vaccination program is vitally important to the public health, and we're working 24/7 to get shots in arms, protect New Yorkers and move the state forward."   The 16 mass vaccination sites accepting walk-ins are:   CAPITAL REGION Washington Avenue Armory 195 Washington Avenue Albany, NY    Crossgates Mall, Former Lord & Taylor Lower Level 1 Crossgates Mall Rd Albany NY   CENTRAL NEW YORK New York State Fair Site 581 State Fair Blvd Syracuse, NY   FINGER LAKES Rochester Dome Arena 2695 East Henrietta Road Henrietta NY   Former Kodak Hawkeye Parking Lot 1345 St. Paul Street Rochester, NY   HUDSON VALLEY New York National Guard Amory 2 Quincy Place Yonkers, NY   LONG ISLAND  SUNY Old Westbury Clark Center - Gate C Store Hill Road and Cherry Road Old Westbury, NY   Suffolk CCC - Brentwood Suffolk Federal Credit Union Arena 1001 Crooked Hill Road Brentwood, NY   MOHAWK VALLEY SUNY Polytechnic Institute Wildcat Field House 880 Wildcat Drive Utica NY 13502    NEW YORK CITY Javits Center 429 11th Ave New York, NY   Yankee Stadium 1 E 161 St The Bronx, NY   York College 160-2 Liberty Avenue Jamaica, NY 11451   Medgar Evers College - Carroll Building 231 Crown Street Brooklyn, NY 11225   Aqueduct Race Track - Racing Hall 110-00 Rockaway Boulevard South Ozone Park, NY   SOUTHERN TIER SUNY Binghamton 10 Gannett Drive Johnson City, NY   WESTERN NEW YORK Delavan Grider Community Center 877 East Delavan Avenue Buffalo, NY   Appointments are also available through the Suffolk County website here:     New York State continues to expand eligibility for the vaccine and make it easier for New Yorkers to get vaccinated. On April 12, Governor Cuomo announced that New York State will provide a new, separate allocation of 35,000 vaccines to address the college student population at SUNY schools and private colleges. This initial allocation will include 21,000 vaccines to be administered to SUNY students and 14,000 vaccines to be administered at private colleges. The vaccines will be administered to residential and non-commuter students who are leaving for the summer. On March 29, Governor Cuomo announced a new expansion of COVID-19 vaccine eligibility in New York. Beginning Tuesday, March 30 all New Yorkers 30 years of age and older are eligible to receive the vaccine. Beginning April 6, universal eligibility goes into effect and all New Yorkers 16 years of age and older are eligible to receive the vaccine.