Wyoming County COVID-19 Vaccination Update:
Our clinics will now require pre-registration, using a link that will only be valid for that clinic. If you have issues or are unable to register, please call the Health Department at (585) 786 8890.
Please bring a form of identification. There is no fee for the vaccine, however an administration fee will be charged to insurance so please bring your insurance card. Those under 18 must be accompanied by parent or guardian. Call us if you have trouble registering 585-786-8890.
The Wyoming County Health Department is giving Pfizer, J&J and Moderna as boosters and initial doses. If you are fully vaccinated and meet eligibility, it's recommended that your booster be the same as your initial vaccine. However, you may choose Pfizer, Moderna or J&J as a booster.
BOOSTERS: People 65 years and older, those 50-64 years with underlying medical conditions and anyone who received J&J should receive a booster. Those 18-49 years with underlying medical conditions, or those who are at increased risk for exposure may receive a booster. In addition, to receive a booster, you must be over 18 years of age and have received J&J more than 2 months ago, or received 2 doses of Pfizer/Moderna more than 6 months ago.
CLICK ON THE GREEN UNDERLINED TEXT TO REGISTER
Pfizer Booster Dose Friday 10/29/2021 This registration is for a booster with Pfizer.
J&J Booster Friday 10/29/2021 This registration is for a booster with J&J.
Moderna Booster Friday 10/29/2021 This registration is for a booster with Moderna.
Moderna Booster Wednesday 11/3/2021 This registration is for a booster with Moderna.
Friday 10/29/2021 Johnson and Johnson First Dose (Single Dose) 18 years and older, never received any COVID vaccine.
Wednesday 11/3/2021 J&J First Dose 18 years and older.
Friday 10/29/2021 Moderna First Dose 18 years and older. A second dose will be required after 28 days.
Friday 10/29/2021 Pfizer Vaccination First Dose 12 years and older. A second dose will be required after 21 days.
Third dose 10/29/2021 for certain immune compromised individuals Only for those who have received their second dose of Pfizer more than 28 days ago and meet eligibility. CLICK here for eligibility listing
All New York State mass vaccination sites are open to eligible New Yorkers for walk-in vaccination on a first-come, first-serve basis. People who would prefer to schedule an appointment at a state-run mass vaccination site can do so on the Am I Eligible App or by calling 1-833-NYS-4-VAX. People may visit vaccines.gov to find information on vaccine appointments near them.
To see how the COVID-19 vaccine is administered throughout the state go to: COVID-19 Vaccine Tracker.New York State launched the Excelsior Pass, (www.epass.ny.gov/home) a voluntary, free, fast and secure way to present digital proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative test results. It can be printed or stored digitally on a smartphone. Businesses and venues can scan and validate your pass to ensure you meet any COVID-19 vaccination or testing requirements for entry. Adults may hold passes for accompanying minors.
For updated Traveler Guidance go to https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/covid-19-travel-advisory. Regardless of quarantine status, all individuals exposed to COVID-19 or returning from travel must:
- Continue daily symptom monitoring through Day 14;
- Continue strict adherence to all recommended non-pharmaceutical interventions, including hand hygiene, and the use of face coverings, through Day 14 (even if fully vaccinated);
- Must immediately self-isolate if any symptoms develop and contact their healthcare provider or the local public health authority to report this change in clinical status and determine if they should seek testing.
Free COVID-19 rapid testing will be available by appointment at the Health Department each week. Register for an appointment HERE.
To continue the fight against COVID and prepare for the next public health emergency, the State announced the launch of a free, online Citizen Public Health Training course for New Yorkers. This innovative course, delivered by the New York State Department of Health in partnership with Cornell University and supported by the State University of New York, will prepare and equip New Yorkers to become NYS Citizen Public Health Leaders and build an informed network of community health leaders across the state. Enroll today.
COVID-19 Vaccination in NY State
- The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued an emergency use authorization (EUA) for three COVID-19 vaccines.
- NY State Vaccine Website
- V-Safe Smartphone App - after vaccination health checker
- Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS)
Contact Tracing, Isolation and Quarantine for COVID-19
Novel Coronavirus Hotline: Call 1-888-364-3065 for Information about Coronavirus
Schools & Child Care Providers
- School Report Card
- Interim Guidance for Administrators of US Childcare Programs and K-12 Schools to Plan, Prepare, and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) (CDC)
- NYS School Guidance
- Information about Corona Virus for Child Care Providers from (OCFS)
- FAQs about Monitoring and Movement Restrictions (NYSDOH)
- CDC Info for Travelers (CDC)
- Restricted States and travel guidance
- Latest Updates from the CDC
- CDC COVID-19 in the US
- Info from the NYSDOH
- WHO COVID-19 Situation Reports
- US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) COVID-19 website
- Apps for SeniorsOnly for those who have received 2 doses of Pfizer more than 6 months ago. People 65 years and older, those 50-64 years with underlying medical conditions should receive a booster. Those 18-49 years with underlying medical conditions, or those who are at increased risk for exposure may receive a booster.