NEW: The NYC education department on Friday released school-level
vaccination rates that show wide disparities across the boroughs. Check your
school’s rate here 👇
— Chalkbeat New York (@ChalkbeatNY)
February 26, 2022
Just over half of New York City public school students are fully vaccinated,
according to data the education department released Friday. In total, 59% of
the city’s public school students have received at least one vaccine dose and
nearly 52% are considered fully vaccinated….
NYC Department of Education (DOE) reports
that the vaccination rate for Roosevelt Island PS/IS 217 school
is 76.8% with a first dose and 71.2% fully vaccinated.
Roosevelt Island PS/IS 217
— Roosevelt Islander (@Rooseveltisland)
February 28, 2022
Pediatricians, doctors and health experts recommend the vaccine for children ages 5 and up.
Parents, if you haven’t yet, get your kids vaccinated. Visit https://t.co/91bxjUk9gm and make an appointment for your child today. pic.twitter.com/24mTzLCeMK
— Kathy Hochul (@GovKathyHochul) February 28, 2022
The NYC DOE PS/IS 217
Covid 19 report card is here.
More than a million New York City school children will return to class tomorrow. If our numbers continue to show a low level of risk, we will remove the indoor mask mandate for public school students, effective Monday, March 7.
We will make a final decision on Friday, March 4.
— Mayor Eric Adams (@NYCMayor) February 27, 2022
NYC Health Department 10,969 (93.98%) Roosevelt Island residents have received at least one Covid 19 vaccine
dose and 9,753 (83.56%) residents are full vaccinated.