When a coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine is approved, you’ll probably be able to get it at your neighborhood supermarket or drugstore.
The NYC Health Department today is announcing a collaboration with Walgreens to offer 1,000 vouchers for flu shots at 11 Walgreens and Duane Reade pharmacies located in areas with high rates of people without health insurance and low flu vaccination rates – an initiative made possible by the Mayor’s Office of Strategic Partnerships.
With a couple of Duane Reade’s stores in Harlem, Walgreen Co agreed to pay $500,000 and reform its advertising practices to settle allegations its Walgreens and Duane Reade stores in New York routinely overcharged consumers and tricked them into thinking they were getting great deals.
Today, The Center for an Urban Future (CUF), an independent think tank focuses on creating a stronger and more equitable economy for all New Yorkers.
New York Attorney General Letitia James today led a multistate coalition to challenge the decision issued by a district court judge in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas that could restrict medication abortion access nationwide.
New York Attorney General Letitia James and Governor Kathy Hochul today sent a letter to the CEOs regarding abortion medication concerns from Harlem to the Hudson.
The Health Department today announced that the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine boosters for children ages 5 to 11 is widely available in New York City.
The Health Department today announced that the City is on track to have a historic flu campaign this season, as over 2 million New Yorkers have received this season’s flu vaccine.
For years, New Yorkers have observed growing numbers of vacant storefronts in the neighborhood. And that was before the pandemic.
The NYPD is attempting to identify a man wanted for robbing a Harlem pharmacy at knifepoint, police said to Patch.
The Health Department today is reminding New Yorkers from Harlem to Hollis that all persons 6 months of age and older should get a seasonal flu vaccine.
The Health Department today announced a new initiative to educate primary care providers about naloxone – the medication to reverse an opioid overdose.
Today, Mayor de Blasio and Gabrielle Fialkoff, Senior Advisor to Mayor de Blasio and Director of the Office of Strategic Partnerships, announced that over $400 million has been raised in private and philanthropic funding.
As part of an ongoing effort to reduce rates of high blood pressure among New Yorkers, the Health Department today announced a collaboration with New York City chain and independent pharmacies to promote access to free blood pressure checks across the city.