As eligibility expands and more COVID-19 vaccine doses are made available, residents are encouraged to check the following resources to help schedule their COVID-19 vaccination appointment.
To review a list of eligible New Yorkers Click HERE.
Resources for Finding Vaccine AppointmentsAppointments are added on a rolling basis as supply becomes available. Be sure to check back for open appointments.
- New York State: ONLINE
Residents can check if they are eligible to obtain a vaccination, by visiting New York State's Eligibility Site. If eligible, you will be able to move forward and search for an appointment near you at a state-operate distribution location.
- New York State: BY PHONE
Call the New York State Vaccination Hotline at 1-833-NYS-4VAX (1-833-697-4829) for more information on making appointments at state-run sites.
- County Resources
Visit Suffolk County's Online Vaccine Portal for COVID-19 vaccine updates and a robust vaccine FAQ. The Suffolk County website directs to the state-run website for appointments, and states that "When adequate supply of the COVID-19 is provided, Suffolk County is ready and able to quickly give vaccine doses to large numbers of people."
- Northwell Health
Northwell Health's Coronavirus Digital Resource Center vaccine page directs to the state-run portal and had been previously booking appointments online. Information for scheduling the second vaccine dose can be found on their vaccine page.
- New York City Vaccine Finder
The NYC Vaccine Finder is a one-stop site for New Yorkers to find their nearest COVID-19 vaccination location. The tool is currently only available for city residents or essential workers who work in New York City and live elsewhere. The Vaccine Finder can also provide New Yorkers with information to schedule vaccination appointments.
- Local Pharmacies
CVS Health said pharmacies in 32 locations throughout New York (including Mattituck and Bethpage on Long Island) will start offering the vaccine to those eligible as supply becomes available, beginning Feb. 12. Those eligible can register on CVS.com, using the pharmacy’s app or by calling 1-800-746-7287.
Walgreens said it will provide vaccinations to those eligible in New York, in stores beginning on Feb. 12. Supply is limited. Appointments can be made online via: Walgreens.com/ScheduleVaccine.
- Pop-up Sites
The State continues to expand efforts to vaccinate communities most impacted by COVID-19 through targeted pop-up sites in local community centers. To learn more about COVID-19 Vaccination, appointments and scheduling, visit: https://covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov/.
Visit Nassau County's website to schedule vaccine appointments through Walgreens, Northwell Health, CVS and the State. Additional sites around Nassau County will appear as there are available appointments, and will be linked on their page.