Covid-19 Vaccine Locations


You can now call a hotline to set up a vaccine appointment. It’s 877-VAX-4NYC

Click here for locations in Queens, Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan & Staten Island

Nassau and Suffolk


Lake Success Nassau

Syosset Nassau

Elmont Nassau

Amityville (South Oaks Hospital) Suffolk 

Riverhead Suffolk

Central Islip (Ducks Stadium) Suffolk

All of the above vaccination sites require you to make an appointment first. If you are currently not eligible for vaccination, do not sign up for an appointment at this time.

Contact your employer to receive your vaccination if you work at or are affiliated with:

  • A hospital network

  • An urgent care center

  • A Federally Qualified Health Center

  • A congregate setting associated with the New York State (NYS) Offices for People With Developmental Disabilities, Mental Health, and Addiction Services and Supports

For all other eligible groups, including eligible health care workers not affiliated with a hospital and eligible funeral workers, first check with your employer to see if other vaccination plans have already been made.

Before Your Appointment

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.

In addition, you will need to bring proof of employment, such as an employee ID card, a letter from your employer or affiliated organization, or a recent pay stub.

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.


The following groups are now eligible for vaccine:

Health Care Workers

  • High-risk hospital workers (emergency room workers, ICU staff and Pulmonary Department staff)

  • Federally Qualified Health Center employees

  • Emergency Medical Services (EMS) workers

  • Coroners, medical examiners and certain funeral workers

  • Urgent Care providers

  • Individuals administering COVID-19 vaccines, including local health department staff

  • All Outpatient/Ambulatory frontline, high-risk health care workers of any age who provide direct in-person patient care

  • All staff who are in direct contact with patients (such as reception staff)

  • All frontline, high-risk public health workers who have direct contact with patients, including those conducting COVID-19 tests, handling COVID-19 specimens and COVID-19 vaccinations