Gov. Cuomo: 2-day state park passes offered as incentive to get vaccinated in NY

Cuomo says that every person who gets vaccinated with either a first dose, or single dose of Johnson & Johnson, anywhere in New York State between May 24 and 31 is eligible to receive a free two-day pass to any New York State Park valid through September 30, 2021.

News 12 Staff

May 24, 2021, 7:30 PM

Updated 1,116 days ago

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a new incentive Monday aimed at getting more New Yorkers vaccinated.
Cuomo says that every person who gets vaccinated with either a first dose, or single dose of Johnson & Johnson, anywhere in New York State between May 24 and 31 is eligible to receive a free two-day pass to any New York State Park valid through September 30, 2021.
Cuomo says there's a decline in the vaccination rate especially among the young and those who are doubtful.
The program applies to all 16 state parks across New York.
Cuomo says more 10 million vaccines have been administered in the state. He says 69% of Long Islanders have the first shot, which is the highest in the state.
Vaccinations will also be offered at the following new pop-up sites:
·Belmont Lake State Park: May 30
·Buffalo Harbor State Park: May 29 - May 31
·Denny Farrell Riverbank State Park: May 29 - May 31
·FDR State Park: May 29th - May 31
·Grafton Lakes State Park: May 29 - May 31
·Green Lakes State Park: May 29 - May 31
·Harriman State Park at Lake Welch: May 29 - May 31
·Heckscher State Park: June 5
·Hempstead Lake State Park: June 6
·Letchworth State Park: May 29 - May 30
·Robert Moses State Park: May 29 - May 30
·Roberto Clemente State Park: May 29 - May 31
·Sunken Meadow State Park: May 29, May 31
·Taughannock Falls State Park: May 29 - May 31
·Westcott Beach State Park: May 29 - May 30


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