The Health Department announced that this weekend's H1N1 vaccine clinics will be open to pretty much all New Yorkers, because demand for the vaccine has fallen from its peak a few weeks ago. The department sid, "This weekend’s five vaccine centers - one in each borough - will admit any New Yorker who is at least 4 years old, including any healthy adult who would like to be vaccinated."

Previously, the Health Department had been offering the vaccine only to priority groups—such as "pregnant women, anyone between 6 months and 24 years old, and adults with chronic health conditions that increase the risk of severe illness or complications" and "health care workers and people in close contact with infants are also on the priority list." Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley says, "If you belong to a priority group and haven’t yet been vaccinated, please take advantage of this opportunity. If you’re not in a priority group but want to protect yourself from the flu, this weekend’s clinics are for you too. The H1N1 virus is still spreading in New York City, and vaccination is the surest way to prevent it. So don’t get sick - get immunized."

A list of this weekend's clinic locations is after the jump; so far, over 37,000 people have been vaccinated through them.

Vaccine Site Location
I.S. 127 Castle Hill
1560 Purdy Street

Vaccine Site Location
P.S. 186 Dr. Irving Gladstone
7601 19th Avenue

Vaccine Site Location
George Washington High School
549 Audubon Avenue

Vaccine Site Location
I.S. 25 Adrien Block
34-65 192nd Street

Staten Island
Vaccine Site Location
I.S. 24 Myra Barnes
225 Cleveland Avenue
The Health Department also notes, "Each clinic will operate from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. The clinics are designed to accommodate large numbers of people, but outdoor lines are possible, so visitors should dress for inclement weather. Anyone under 18 must present a signed parental consent form, and anyone under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian."