The big vaccine at the train station while people wait for the train: Sounds ridiculous, but they try to impress those who don’t want to be vaccinated in New York. Tickets are free.
If you talk to George, you can get the impression that he is making an illegal attempt here. He stands on Ben Station’s stomach and can’t be heard inside his mask, he doesn’t want to reveal his last name, he definitely doesn’t want to be photographed. “Actually, I can’t say anything because I don’t have the authority to do so,” he says. He does not do anything illegal, on the contrary: he helps to do good.
George is the manager of the makeshift Govt-19 vaccination station, which was recently built at a gigantic train station that allowed 600,000 passengers to run on pre-epidemic working days. At the peak of the epidemic, that number dropped to near zero. There is currently no accurate information on how many passengers use the pen station, but it is increasing significantly. Street musicians have also returned to the building, and some of the bands are excellent, and you may have volunteered for a few minutes in this monster of the train station.