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Covid-19 Vaccine Resources

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New York State has entered Phase 1b of its vaccine distribution which includes, among others, those over the age of 65 and teachers. To see if you're eligible, refer to the list under January 11 here.

To make an appointment:
By Phone: Call early, additional appointments are available daily.
-State: 1-833-NYS-4-VAX (open from 7am)
-City: 1-877-VAX-4NYC (877-829-4692)  - open 8am-9pm, but will be 24 hours in the future

Online resources: 
Below are vaccination booking sites where you can make an appointment. New slots are to open regularly, so keep checking if no slots are currently available. You may need to keep trying and try different sites.  Please note, you must be in an eligible category and you must make an appointment.

Vaccine Finder NYC  
NYC Health and Hospitals
Mt. Sinai (7 locations, including St. Luke's at 114th and Amsterdam) 
Northwell/Go Health (including West 69th Street and Amsterdam location)
Affiliated Physicians
NYU Hospital Information
Patients of Columbia Doctors, Weill Cornell Medicine, and NewYork-Presbyterian
Ryan Health: 110 West 97th Street
New York State Vaccine Portal
Javits appointments (scroll down for availability)
Institute for Family Health (available in Harlem-1824 Madison)

Once you have made an appointment:

  • You will need to complete this form
  • Reschedule if not feeling well on the day of your appointment.
  • Wear a mask to your appointment.
  • Bring a government issued ID to your appointment and proof of eligibility (e.g. employee ID card).
  • Be prepared for the possibility of a long wait at the site; appointments made earlier in the day may have a shorter wait.
  • Once vaccinated you still need to obey all COVID-19 prevention steps: stay home if  sick, wash your hands, wear a mask and maintain social distancing.
  • You will be given a card for your records after your first dose. Do not misplace it and we recommend taking a photo of the front and back.
  • You will need to schedule an appointment to receive your second dose 21-28 days later.

If you have concerns or need assistance making an appointment, contact us and we will try to match you up with a volunteer who can help walk you through the steps.

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