COVID-19 Vaccines in Greene County, NY

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The Greene County Public Health Department receives COVID vaccines from New York State and the county is required to distribute them in accordance with NYS Vaccine Distribution Guidelines. NYS currently estimates that the completion of Phase 1a and 1b will take 14 weeks, so please be patient.

At this time, per NYS Directives, vaccines for Seniors 65+ will be administered by Pharmacies, Physician Networks, and Practice Groups. 

At this time, Greene County Public Health is directed specifically to focus our efforts on the essential workers in Phase 1b

*The week of January 18th, Greene County received a one time vaccine allotment to be administered to seniors 65+, as local pharmacies have not yet received their supply of the vaccine. 

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Follow the steps below to confirm eligibility, find the closest vaccination location, and schedule an appointment. PLEASE NOTE: While we systematically update content as we receive it, guidelines and procedures are subject to immediate changes without warning from NYS. 

New York State Requirements to Receive the Vaccine 

Step 1: Determine eligibility and schedule an appointment. Vaccines are available at pharmacies, hospitals and through local health departments statewide – please contact your provider of choice to schedule your vaccine appointment.

Additionally, there is a network of State-run sites distributing vaccine statewide – to determine eligibility and schedule appointments at New York State-run vaccination sites only, use the Am I Eligible app. You can also call the New York State COVID-19 Vaccination Hotline at 1-833-NYS-4-VAX (1-833-697-4829).

Due to extremely limited supply from the federal government, it may be 14 or more weeks before an appointment is available.  

Step 2: Complete the Vaccine Form. Once you have a confirmed appointment, you must complete the New York State COVID-19 Vaccine Form. This form can be completed online and you will receive a submission ID, or can be completed at your vaccination site. (We encourage New Yorkers to complete the form ahead of time.)

Step 3: Bring proof of eligibility to your appointment. When you go to your vaccination site for your appointment, you must bring proof of eligibility. This may include an employee ID card, a letter from an employer or affiliated organization, or a pay stub, depending on the specific priority status. If you are eligible due to age, you should bring a form of ID (like a Driver’s License or passport) that includes your date of birth.

Step 4: Schedule your second appointment in-person at your vaccination site. You must schedule an appointment to get your second shot at your vaccination site, in-person, immediately after getting your first shot. Remember: Both vaccines require two doses for effectiveness.

 

Greene County Vaccination Site Locations

Vaccination POD #8  (Phase 1b)  Successfully completed by Roving Team in Windham, Tannersville and Catskill

The Greene County Public Health Department Roving Vaccination Team successfully inoculated Public Safety Workers, School Employees, and Seniors 65 years and older under Phase 1b of the NYS Vaccination Distribution Plan at the Windham Senior Center, the Tannersville Senior Center and Hop-O-Nose in Catskill on Thursday, January 21st

If you received your first dose of vaccine on January 21st, your second dose will be on February 18th at the same time and same location as your original appointment unless notified otherwise. Please remember to bring your vaccine card with you.

 

Vaccination POD #7  (Phase 1b)  Successfully completed in Coxsackie

The Greene County Public Health Department successfully inoculated Seniors 65 years and older under Phase 1b of the NYS Vaccination Distribution Plan at Bethany Village in Coxsackie on Thursday, January 21st.

If you received your first dose of vaccine on January 21st, your second dose will be on February 18th at the same time and same location as your original appointment unless notified otherwise. Please remember to bring your vaccine card with you.

 

Vaccination POD #6  (Phase 1b)  Successfully completed in Athens

The Greene County Public Health Department successfully inoculated Seniors 65 years and older under Phase 1b of the NYS Vaccination Distribution Plan at the Athens Senior Center on Thursday, January 21st.

If you received your first dose of vaccine on January 21st, your second dose will be on February 18th at the same time and same location as your original appointment unless notified otherwise. Please remember to bring your vaccine card with you.

 

Vaccination POD #5  (Phase 1b)  Successfully completed in Catskill

The Greene County Public Health Department successfully inoculated Seniors 65 years and older under Phase 1b of the NYS Vaccination Distribution Plan at Kaaterskill Manor in Catskill on Thursday, January 21st.  Residents in Catskill Mountain Housing facilities were transported to Kaaterskill Manor to receive vaccines.

If you received your first dose of vaccine on January 21st, your second dose will be on February 18th at the same time and same location as your original appointment unless notified otherwise. Please remember to bring your vaccine card with you.

 

Vaccination POD #4  (Phase 1b)  Successfully completed in Coxsackie

The Greene County Public Health Department successfully inoculated Front-line Health Care Workers and First Responders under Phase 1a & 1b of the NYS Vaccination Distribution Plan at the Coxsackie -Athens High School on Thursday, January 14th. 

If you received your first dose of vaccine on January 15th at the Coxsackie-Athens School, your second dose will be on February 12th at the same time and same location as your original appointment. Please remember to bring your vaccine card with you.

 

Vaccination POD #3  (Phase 1a & 1b) Successfully completed in Catskill on January 12th.

The Greene County Public Health Department successfully concluded its third Covid-19 Vaccination POD  at the Robert C. Antonelli Senior Center in Catskill on Tuesday, January 12th.  Vaccine distribution is determined by New York State and Greene County is working to facilitate this.

If you received your first dose of vaccine on January 12th at the Senior Center in Catskill, your second dose will be on February 9th at the same time and same location as your original appointment. Please remember to bring your vaccine card with you.

 

 

Vaccination POD # 2  (Phase 1a) Successfully completed on January 8th 2021 in Catskill

The Greene County Public Health Department successfully concluded its second Covid-19 Vaccination POD at the Robert C. Antonelli Senior Center in Catskill on Thursday January 8th. 

If you received your first dose of vaccine on January 8th at the Senior Center in Catskill, your second dose will be on February 5th at the same time and same location as your original appointment. Please remember to bring your vaccine card with you.

 

Vaccination POD # 1  (Phase 1a)  Successfully completed on January 7th 2021 in Catskill

The Greene County Public Health Department successfully concluded its first COVID-19 Vaccination POD at the Robert C. Antonelli Senior Center in Catskill on Thursday January 7th. 

If you received your first dose of vaccine on January 7th at the Senior Center in Catskill, your second dose will be on February 4th at the same time and same location as your original appointment. Please remember to bring your vaccine card with you.