Wyoming County COVID-19 Vaccination Update:

Our clinics require pre-registration.  

Must be US Resident


Initial Vaccinations:  

Wednesday 10/5/2022 First Dose Moderna 6 mo - 5 yrs   First dose for those 6 months to 5 years old.

Wednesday 10/5/2022 First Dose Moderna 6 yrs - 11yrs.   First dose for those 6 years to 11 years old.

Wednesday 10/5/2022 First Dose Moderna 12 yrs - 17yrs.   First dose for those 12 years to 17 years old.

 Booster Vaccination: 

Tuesday 10/4/2022 Moderna Bivalent Booster    Bivalent booster recommended for those 18 years and older.

There is no charge for COVID vaccines. Children under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian that can provide consent. Please bring identification, proof of insurance and vaccination card (if you are receiving a second dose or booster).  Call 786-8911 with questions or if you need assistance registering.  

Moderna Bivalent boosters are available for those over 18yrs. Bivalent boosters are to be given no earlier than two months after the initial series or previous monovalent booster regardless of the number of previous boosters. 

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommends anyone over 12 years of age receive a Bivalent Booster dose. Persons who are between 12 and 17 years old may only receive Pfizer.  A bivalent Booster dose may be given 2 months after the second dose of Moderna, Pfizer, or J&J vaccine. 

Home bound individuals may request home vaccinations. Call 585-786-8890 to schedule an appointment. Visits will be made as nurses are available. 

The CDC recommended that Pfizer and Moderna are preferred over the J&J vaccine for the prevention of COVID-19. 

If you are eligible (CLICK here for eligibility listing ) for a third dose because you are severely immune compromised, please call the office at 585-786-8890 to check availability. Certain immune compromised people 5 years and older are eligibility for a Pfizer third dose.