COVID-19 Vaccine Information

COVID-19 Vaccine Registration

Pre-registration is required for ALL vaccine doses! 

We have boosters available for Pfizer, Moderna, and J&J.  In order to be eligible, you must wait at least 6 months since a second dose of Pfizer or Moderna, or 2 months since a single J&J dose.  You must also be 18 years or older. 

Pfizer (1st and 2nd doses) is available for anyone 12 and older.  Anyone under 18 years of age must have a parent or guardian with them to be vaccinated. Moderna and J&J doses are for anyone 18 and older.

Pediatric COVID-19 vaccine is now approved for children aged 5-11 years old.  Currently only Pfizer is providing this vaccine.   The dose is 1/3 of the adult dose for each of the 2 doses given 21 days apart.  You are encouraged to talk with your child’s pediatrician to determine what is best for your child. 

Homebound individuals requesting a booster or 3rd dose will be put on a list and will be seen as the availability of our nurses opens up.  This may take some time, but remember you currently have some protection.  We encourage those who are able to seek other means if they want their booster or 3rd dose earlier than we are able to provide it.

 

For other vaccine providers, including pharmacies, click here.

For state run vaccine clinics, click here

For more information about COVID-19 vaccines visit the NYS Vaccination webpage, click here 

Registering for the COVID-19 Vaccine is a 3-Step Process

Step 1

Click the blue Clinic Schedule button for local vaccine providers. This is where you get registration links that are not county health department run.

You can also visit Vaccine Finder for other providers by going to www.vaccines.gov

Step 2

You will complete forms at the clinic site. Please bring a pen with you.

Step 3

Show up for your scheduled appointment as long as you:

Make sure you are wearing a loose sleeve shirt as the vaccine will be in the upper arm.

For First (1st) Dose:

For 2nd Dose:

For 3rd Dose:

For Booster Shot:

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