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COVID-19, Coronavirus, 2019-nCoV, SARS-CoV-2

This guide reflects current and past information on COVID-19, Coronavirus, 2019-nCoV, SARS-CoV-2

NYC COVID-19 Vaccine Finder

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What is the Vaccine Finder?

The Vaccine Finder is a one-stop site for New Yorkers to find their nearest COVID-19 vaccination site. The Vaccine Finder can also provide New Yorkers with information to schedule vaccination appointments.

To get started, type in an address, zip code or search “near me” to find a list of nearby provider locations, links and phone numbers you can use to schedule your appointment at each location.

Please note that each provider manages its own schedules and appointments. This tool is intended to aggregate all of that information and make it easily accessible to New Yorkers.

Who can get vaccinated right now?

Currently, vaccine is being provided to people 75 and older, teachers and education workers, first responders, public safety workers, public transit workers, healthcare providers and staff with direct patient contact, emergency responders, staff at COVID-19 testing and vaccination locations, home health aides, and long-term care staff and residents, among others.

Click here for more details on the groups currently eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.

What should I do before my appointment?

You must schedule an appointment in advance. If you’re currently not eligible for vaccination, please don’t sign up for an appointment at this time.

You will need to complete the NYS COVID-19 Vaccine Form (PDF) in order to get vaccinated. NYS requires the provider administering the vaccine to check that you completed the form.

Before you visit a site for your vaccination, keep in mind the following tips:

  • Reschedule your appointment if you are not feeling well on the day of your appointment.
  • Wear a face covering to your appointment. You will not be admitted to the site without one.


Why should I get vaccinated?

When you get vaccinated, you are helping to protect yourself and your family and friends. You are also helping to make your community safer. We know New Yorkers care about their communities, including health care workers and small business owners. In clinical studies, both Pfizer and Moderna vaccines were more than 94% effective at protecting participants from COVID-19. They were also shown to be safe and that you cannot get COVID-19 from them.

Do I need to take precautions even after I’m vaccinated?

Yes! Even after you are vaccinated, you will still need to practice these important COVID-19 prevention steps: stay home if you are sick, wash your hands, wear a face covering and keep physical distance from others.

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