*NOTE: Registration for vaccine appointments through the Broome County Health Department is only done online, please do not call the health department. If you need assistance call 211. We appreciate your patience.
In the United States there are now authorized or approved vaccines to prevent COVID-19. All New York residents 12+ are currently eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Broome County is now offering Vaccines on Demand. You can sign up a group of ten or more people and the Broome County Health Department will bring the vaccines directly to you. Click the image below to request a vaccine pod for your group.
Clinics are also still operating. Click on the clinic you wish to sign up for below.
Appointments are available for the following dates and locations; click the link to schedule:
- 7/29 Moderna First Dose Clinic, Broome County Health Department - CLICK HERE
- 7/30 J&J Single-Dose Clinic, Broome County Fair - CLICK HERE
- 8/3 J&J Single-Dose Clinic, Cheri Lindsey Park - CLICK HERE
- 8/5 J&J Single-Dose Clinic, Central United Methodist Church - CLICK HERE
- 8/5 Moderna First Dose Clinic, Broome County Health Department - CLICK HERE
- 8/7 J&J Single-Dose Clinic, Boulevard United Methodist Church - CLICK HERE
- 8/12 Moderna First Dose Clinic, Broome County Health Department - CLICK HERE
- 8/19 Moderna First Dose Clinic, Broome County Health Department - CLICK HERE
- 8/26 Moderna First Dose Clinic, Broome County Health Department - CLICK HERE
*Visit www.vaccines.gov for all the latest COVID-19 vaccine information and to find additional vaccines near you
If you need assistance getting to your appointment call 211.
To make an appointment at the NYS run vaccine site in Johnson City click here.
Below are some links to help you learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine and what this means for Broome County:
For answers from the CDC to frequently asked questions click here.
Frequently Asked Questions
If I have already had COVID-19 and recovered, do I still need to get a COVID-19 vaccine?
COVID-19 vaccination will be offered to you regardless of whether you already had COVID-19 infection. Anyone currently infected with COVID-19 should wait to get vaccinated until after their illness has resolved and after they have met the criteria to discontinue isolation. The COVID vaccine is shown to provide better long-term coverage that actually having the virus itself.
How many shots of COVID-19 vaccine are needed?
Two of the three authorized and recommended vaccines to prevent COVID-19 in the United States need two shots to be effective. Depending on the manufacturer the time between vaccinations could be 21-28 days. The other authorized vaccine requires only one shot.
Do I need to continue to wear a mask and avoid close contact with others after I have received two doses of the vaccine?
Yes. While experts learn more about the protection that COVID-19 vaccines provide under real-life conditions, it will be important for everyone to continue using all the tools available to us to help stop this pandemic, like covering your mouth and nose with a mask, washing hands often, and staying at least six feet away from others
I hear about going to a “POD” for my vaccine, what does that mean?
The term POD stands for a “Point of Distribution” which simply means an organized manner to quickly get medications to our residents. At a COVID vaccine POD you can expect to be screened and cleared for the vaccine, have it administered and be monitored for a short-time afterwards.
If you have questions about other immunizations and vaccine resources provided by the Health Department head to: https://gobroomecounty.com/clinics/immunizations