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2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Vaccination Sites

THE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING of our community is our top priority. Tompkins County Health Department (TCHD) is working closely with community partners to prevent and respond to the evolving novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

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Vaccination Pages

WHO: Current Eligibility

Eligible New Yorkers are:
  • Individuals Age 12 and older who
    • Reside in New York State, or
    • Work in New York State, or
    • Study in New York State
Proof of eligibility:
  • Residency: Current drivers license or other government issued photo ID
  • Employment status:
    • an employee ID card or badge
    • a letter from an employer or affiliated organization
    • a pay stub
  • Study: Student ID or other proof of enrollment.
  • Youth age 12-17: Parent or guardian/ caregiver must provide a signed consent form.

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Where: Local Sites

Cayuga Health System
in partnership with the Tompkins County Health Department


  Photo of entrance to the Cayuga Health mall vaccination site  Front view photo of the entrance for vaccine clinics at the mall Photo of CHS-TCHD Vaccination Clinic Floor -- Photo Credit Cayuga Health System

Questions? Need a ride? Call 2-1-1 (877-211-8667)

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If you have questions, please refer to the pharmacy websites. TCHD and 2-1-1 will not have information about vaccination clinics at pharmacies.

Individuals under age 18 must be accompanied by a parent or gardian.

Updated June 2, 2021.  

Kinney Drugs
Tops Friendly Market
CVS & Target
Rite Aid
Wegmans Pharmacy

For all questions about clinics at any of the pharmacies listed above, please contact the pharmacy through their website. TCHD will not have information about vaccination clinics at pharmacies.

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New York State Operated Vaccination Sites

Updated May 28, 2021

  • Ages 12+, depending on which vaccine is available at your site.
    • Under age 18 must receive the Pfizer vaccine. Check here.
  • Schedule an appointment or walk in. Walk-in available at all NYS sites.
    • Register online at "Am I Eligible"
    • Register by phone at 833-697-4829
    • When selecting a location, remember that you must get your second dose at the same location as you got your first shot, even if something closer opens up.
    • Four-step instructions for NYS-operated vaccination sites click here.
  • Nearest Sites
    • Johnson City: SUNY Binghamton, 10 Gannett Drive, Johnson City, NY 13790. (map)
    • Syracuse: State Fair Expo Center, NYS Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd., Syracuse, NY 13209. (map)
    • Corning: SUNY Corning Community College, 1 Academic Dr., Corning, NY 14830. (map)
    • Rochester: Dome Arena, 2695 East Henrietta Road, Rochester, NY 14467. (map)
  • Transportation: Infomation about rides to vaccination sites. Provided by Way2Go.
  • Click here for the complete list of NYS-operated sites.

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Get local updates from the Tompkins County Health Department regarding COVID-19 and vaccine distribution in our community

NYS COVID-19 Vaccination Hotline: Open 7AM - 10PM, 7 days a week, for scheduling vaccination appointments for eligible New Yorkers: 1-833-NYS-4-VAX (1-833-697-4829). 
NYS Vaccination Tracker:

If you have questions about eligibility or about registration, you may email the Tompkins County Health Department at, or call 2-1-1 (877-211-8667)

Flu Vaccine

Everyone age 6 months and older should get a flu shot to be immunized against influenza now. Visit your local pharmacy or your health care practitioner today. More info is here.

Continue to follow these safety guidelines while the community gets vaccinated
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  • Distance--Please do not form lines or groups. Keep 6 feet of distance at all times
  • Density--Avoid entering crowded rooms or areas. Reduce occupancy to allow for proper distancing
  • Face Covering--You must wear a face covering when in public buildings and outdoor spaces around others
  • Hand Hygiene--Wash hands well and often. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces often
  • Symptoms--If you have a fever, cough, shortness of breath, or body aches, stay home and get tested