Together, we can build confidence in the COVID-19 vaccine and clinical research.
Let’s work together to keep our communities safe and protected against COVID-19.
What should parents know about the COVID vaccine for kids under 5?
COVID Vaccines for Kids 6 Months & Older: FAQs for Families
Mothers x Mothers Meetup Toolkit
Preparing Your Child to Get Vaccinated
COVID-19 Vaccination Schedules
Black Community Education Toolkit: COVID-19 Vaccine Education Initiative
What is NYCEAL?
NYCEAL provides educational and scientific content about the COVID-19 vaccines, including information on clinical trials and ways to address vaccine disparities and hesitancy.
From understanding how the vaccine was developed to what the guidelines in NYC are, this FAQ page answers so many questions!
Have questions about the booster? Review the resources here.
Many of our trainings for navigators or community health workers are recorded and archived here. Feel free to check them out!
Resources and tips to help you have informative and meaningful conversations in your community.
Printable and shareable content that you can bring to your community!
Resources on vaccine safety for children, availability, and FAQs.
Resources geared towards conversations or reaching teenagers and young adults.
Resources on fertility, pregnancy, breastfeeding, and more.
Resources on what to expect after the vaccine or booster.
As we identify information on clinical research opportunities, we will share them here.
Let us highlight your success stories.
Questions about Delta? Omicron? What variants are? Visit this page!
This page shares guidance on how to find resources. You can also review updated guidelines.
Here, you’ll find content and messaging you can use on your own social media channels!
How to get vaccinated
Everyone age 5 and older is eligible to get COVID-19 vaccines. Click below to find vaccination providers near you, or sign up for a vaccine at home! Vaccines are available at no cost to you and regardless of immigration status.