Available covid-19 vaccines & information


         Updated March 11, 2021 2:30 PM


*NEW*NYC Vaccine LIST - A volunteer-led effort to help you find a COVID-19 vaccine in and around NYC

How it works: NYC Vaccine List finds available appointments by checking the websites of clinics, pharmacies, and other locations. Our data combines the results of automatic scripts and manual checks. If we find an opening, a 'Sign Up' button appears. It directs you to the website of that location. Vaccines are in short supply, and despite our best efforts, the data on this page is not perfect.


Eligible New Yorkers in Phase 1a and 1b are:
  • Individuals Age 60 and older who reside in New York

  • First Responder or Support Staff for First Responder Agency

  • Fire

    • State Fire Service, including firefighters and investigators (professional and volunteer)

    • Local Fire Service, including firefighters and investigators (professional and volunteer)

  • Police and Investigations

    • State Police, including Troopers

    • State Park Police, DEC Police, Forest Rangers

    • SUNY Police

    • Sheriffs' Offices

    • County Police Departments and Police Districts

    • City, Town, and Village Police Departments

    • Transit of other Public Authority Police Departments

    • State Field Investigations, including DMV, SCOC, Justice Center, DFS, IG, Tax, OCFS, SLA

  • Public Safety Communications

    • Emergency Communication and PSAP Personnel, including dispatchers and technicians

  • Other Sworn and Civilian Personnel

    • Court Officer

    • Other Police or Peace Officer

    • Support or Civilian Staff for Any of the Above Services, Agencies, or Facilities

  • Corrections

    • State DOCCS Personnel, including correction and parole officers

    • Local Correctional Facilities, including correction officers

    • Local Probation Departments, including probation officers

    • State Juvenile Detention and Rehabilitation Facilities

    • Local Juvenile Detention and Rehabilitation Facilities

  • P-12 Schools

    • P-12 school (public or non-public) or school district faculty or staff (includes all teachers, substitute teachers, student teachers, school administrators, paraprofessional staff, and support staff including bus drivers)

    • Contractor working in a P-12 school or school district (including contracted bus drivers)

    • Licensed, registered, approved or legally exempt group childcare

  • In-person college faculty and essential in-person staff

  • Employees or Support Staff of licensed, registered, approved or legally exempt group Childcare Setting

  • Licensed, registered, approved or legally exempt group Childcare Provider

  • Public Transit

    • Airline and airport employee

    • Passenger railroad employee

    • Subway and mass transit employee (i.e., MTA, LIRR, Metro North, NYC Transit, Upstate transit)

    • Ferry employee

    • Port Authority employee

    • Public bus employee

  • Public facing grocery store workers, including convenience stores, bodegas, regional food banks, food pantries and permitted home-delivered meal programs

  • Individual living in a homeless shelter where sleeping, bathing or eating accommodations must be shared with individuals and families who are not part of your household

  • Individual working (paid or unpaid) in a homeless shelter where sleeping, bathing or eating accommodations must be shared by individuals and families who are not part of the same household, in a position where there is potential for interaction with shelter residents

  • High-risk hospital and FQHC staff, including OMH psychiatric centers

  • Health care or other high-risk essential staff who come into contact with residents/patients working in LTCFs and long-term, congregate settings overseen by OPWDD, OMH, OCFS, OTDA and OASAS, and residents in congregate living situations, overseen or funded by the OPWDD, OMH, OCFS, OTDA and OASAS

  • Certified NYS EMS provider, including but not limited to Certified First Responder, Emergency Medical Technician, Advanced Emergency Medical Technician, Emergency Medical Technician – Critical Care, Paramedic, Ambulance Emergency Vehicle Operator, or Non-Certified Ambulance Assistant

  • County Coroner or Medical Examiner, or employer or contractor thereof who is exposed to infectious material or bodily fluids

  • Licensed funeral director, or owner, operator, employee, or contractor of a funeral firm licensed and registered in New York State, who is exposed to infectious material or bodily fluids

  • Staff of urgent care provider

  • Staff who administer COVID-19 vaccine

  • All Outpatient/Ambulatory front-line, high-risk health care workers of any age who provide direct in-person patient care, or other staff in a position in which they have direct contact with patients (i.e., intake staff)

  • All front-line, 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

  • Home care workers and aides, hospice workers, personal care aides, and consumer-directed personal care workers

  • Staff and residents of nursing homes, skilled nursing facilities, and adult care facilities

  • Restaurant employees, including workers in permitted soup kitchen and congregate meal programs*

  • Restaurant delivery workers*

  • Public facing hotel workers*

  • For-hire vehicle drivers, including taxi, livery, black car, and transportation network company drivers*

*Eligible for vaccination at State-operated mass vaccination sites, and, at the option of local health departments (LHDs) at LHD-operated point of distribution sites.

List of Comorbidities and Underlying Conditions:


New Yorkers age 16 and older with the following conditions qualify for the vaccine:

  • Cancer (current or in remission, including 9/11-related cancers)

  • Chronic kidney disease

  • Pulmonary Disease, including but not limited to, COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), asthma (moderate-to-severe), pulmonary fibrosis, cystic fibrosis, and 9/11 related pulmonary diseases

  • Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities including Down Syndrome

  • Heart conditions, including but not limited to heart failure, coronary artery disease, cardiomyopathies, or hypertension (high blood pressure)

  • Immunocompromised state (weakened immune system) including but not limited to solid organ transplant or from blood or bone marrow transplant, immune deficiencies, HIV, use of corticosteroids, use of other immune weakening medicines, or other causes

  • Severe Obesity (BMI 40 kg/m2), Obesity (body mass index [BMI] of 30 kg/m2 or higher but < 40 kg/m2)

  • Pregnancy

  • Sickle cell disease or Thalassemia

  • Type 1 or 2 diabetes mellitus 

  • Cerebrovascular disease (affects blood vessels and blood supply to the brain)

  • Neurologic conditions including but not limited to Alzheimer's Disease or dementia

  • Liver disease

The list is subject to change as additional scientific evidence is published and as New York State obtains and analyzes additional state-specific data.

Beginning March 17, the following essential workers are eligible:
  • Public-facing government and public employees

  • Not-for-profit workers who provide public-facing services to New Yorkers in need

  • Essential in-person public-facing building service workers


For more information from NYS regarding COVID Vaccinations, click here https://covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov

Below are several ways an Eligible person can make an appointment

NYC COVID-19 Vaccine Finderhttps://vaccinefinder.nyc.gov/

or call 877-vax-4nyc (877-829-4692)

NYS COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduler: https://am-i-eligible.covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov/

More Locations to Schedule: https://vaccinepod.nyc.gov/dashboard

Mount Sinai Hospital Vaccine Scheduler: https://www.mountsinai.org/about/covid19/vaccine-information/schedule?fbclid=IwAR0FZofRCqd_GXoH3ab5Wn4HzskBjvYAME4-aU2tHTJIOFlNdIYAk8bbZ7Q

NYU Hospital Vaccine Scheduler: https://nyulangone.org/locations/covid-19-vaccine?iid=int_org_global_banner_covid19_vaccine

NY Presbetaryian Weill Cornell Medical Center Vaccine Scheduler: 


Patients can make appointments by logging into their account and going to the "Schedule an Appointment" section within their patient portal. Once your there, click the button for "COVID-19 Vaccine DOSE 1"

Northwell Health Vaccine Scheduler: 


Other institutions Who may be able to help you

Met Council

Are you 75 or older and need help registering for the COVID-19 vaccine?

Met Council's COVID-19 Vaccine Assistance Program can help.

Call our free hotline from 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM at 929-292-9261


Sephardic Community Center

If you are 65 or older, have not yet received the COVID-19 vaccination, and are interested in getting vaccinated, go to scclive.org/vaccine to fill out our form and we will submit your name for you. 

Sephardic Bikur Holim

Need help navigating the COVID-19 vaccine? Call the SBH Vaccine Helpline 718-407-6494 

Monday-Thursday 9:00 AM-8:00 PM, Friday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM



           Updated March 11, 2021 2:30 PM

Currently, vaccines are available to the following groups:

  • Paid and unpaid healthcare workers

  • Residents and workers of long-term care and high-risk congregate care facilities

  • First responders including sworn law enforcement and fire professionals

  • Individuals aged over 65

  • Individuals aged 16-64 that have certain medical conditions that increase the risk of severe illness from the virus

  • Pre-K to 12 educators and staff

  • Childcare workers in licensed and registered settings


Beginning March 15th, the following groups will be eligible to book vaccine appointments:

  • Transportation workers

  • Additional public safety workers

  • Additional high-risk individuals


Beginning March 29th, additional frontline essential workers will be eligible to book vaccine appointments.

For more information about eligibility visit https://covid19.nj.gov/faqs/nj-information/slowing-the-spread/who-is-eligible-for-vaccination-in-new-jersey-who-is-included-in-the-vaccination-phases#direct-link

If you have preregistered at our vaccine website, covidvaccine.nj.gov, and are now eligible, you should soon be receiving your email that it is your time to make an appointment at a site near you to get your first vaccine dose.


If you are eligible to receive a vaccine, there are generally three ways to get vaccinated:

  1. You can make an appointment directly with one of the many designated vaccination sites across the state. Click here to view a full list of these designated vaccination sites.

  2. You can pre-register for the vaccine on the NJ Vaccine Scheduling System, and you will be notified when an appointment is available to you. Click here to to visit the NJ Vaccine Scheduling System.

  3. Select healthcare facilities, including many hospitals, are offering vaccines to directly to their workers. If you work at one of the facilities, you can contact your employer to learn if the vaccine is available to you from your employer.

Hackensack Meridian Health Appointments for 65+, Healthcare workers and First Responders 

Make an appointment here: https://mychart.hmhn.org/MyChart/openscheduling?specialty=235&hidespecialtysection=1

Where to get the vaccine

Monmouth County

  • Brookdale Community College in Middletown and the Monmouth Agriculture Building in Freehold Township. To register, go to www.visitmonmouth.com

  • Visiting Nurse Association of New Jersey sites:

    • Asbury Park: 1201 Springwood Ave.

    • Red Bank YMCA: 166 Maple Ave.

    • Bell Works, Holmdel: 101 Crawfords Corner Road.

    • Freehold: 597 Park Ave.

To register, go to www.vnachc.org

  • Jersey Shore University Medical Center: 1945 Route 33; Neptune; 732-897-7926 hackensackmeridianhealth.org/covid19

  • CentraState Medical Center, Freehold Township: Call 732-637-6888, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays. Walk-ins not accepted. Wait times could be long.

  • Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch: Registrations online only at www.rwjbh.org/covid19vaccine.

  • Ocean Health Initiatives: 3600 Route 66; Neptune; 732-363-6655; ohinj.org

  • ShopRite: 280 Route 9; Marlboro; or 3120 Route 35; Hazlet; vaccines.shoprite.com


Ocean County

  • CHEMED: 1771 Madison Ave.; Lakewood; 732-364-6666; chemedhealth.org

  • Long Beach Island Health Department: 609-492-1212; lbihealth.com

  • Community Medical Center, Toms River: Registrations online only at www.rwjbh.org/covid19vaccine.

  • Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus, Lakewood: Registrations online only at www.rwjbh.org/covid19vaccine.

  • Ocean County Health Department: Multiple locations: 800-342 9738 www.ochd.org/covid19-vaccine-update/

  • Ocean Health Initiatives: 10 Stockton Drive, Toms River; and 798 Route 539, Little Egg Harbor; 732-363-6655; ohinj.org

  • ShopRite: 297 Route 72, Stafford; and 860 Fischer Blvd., Toms River; vaccines.shoprite.com


New Jersey mega sites

  • Atlantic County: Atlantic City Convention Center; vaccination.atlanticare.org

  • Bergen County: Racetrack at Meadowlands, East Rutherford; www.hackensackmeridianhealth.org/covid19/meadowlands/

  • Burlington County: Moorestown Mall (Lord & Taylor); 400 & 401 Route 38; virtua.org/vaccine

  • Gloucester County: Rowan College of South Jersey; 1400 Tanyard Road; Sewell; covidvaccine.nj.gov/

  • Middlesex County: NJ Convention & Expo Center; 97 Sunfield Ave.; www.rwjbh.org/covid19vaccine

  • Morris County: Rockaway Townsquare mall; 301 Mount Hope Ave.; Rockaway Township; health.morriscountynj.gov/vaccination



         Updated March 11, 2021 2:30 PM

Governor DeSantis has expanded the groups eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Florida. Beginning March 3, eligible residents include:

  • Long-term care facility residents and staff;

  • Persons 65 years of age and older;

  • Persons under 65 deemed medically vulnerable by a physician;

  • Health care personnel with direct patient contact;

  • K-12 school employees 50 years of age and older;

  • Sworn law enforcement officers 50 years of age and older; and

  • Firefighters 50 years of age and older

*NEW* Update February 11, 2021 

Beginning Friday, February 12, Floridians will have access to additional COVID-19 vaccines at 755 pharmacy locations across 52 counties. Register through retail pharmacy websites at Publix, Walmart, Sam’s Club and Winn Dixie.  

Appointments are required at each location. Appointments can be made on the pharmacy’s website. Designated websites for each location include:

Publix – https://www.publix.com/covid-vaccine/florida
Walmart – http://www.walmart.com/COVIDvaccine 

Sam’s Club -  http://www.samsclub.com/covid
Winn-Dixie – https://www.winndixie.com/pharmacy/covid-vaccine


Click Here for PDF of the 755 pharmacy locations and direct information


*NEW* Update January 24, 2021 

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*NEW* Update January 19, 2021 

Starting Wednesday, January 20 after 6:00 a.m., eligible customers can access COVID-19 vaccine appointment availability beginning Thursday, January 21. This includes the addition of Martin, Monroe, and Palm Beach counties.

With Tuesday’s addition of 86 more locations, now 181 Publix locations out of more than 700 statewide are going to be distributing the vaccine.

Vaccination appointments are scheduled online only. Appointments cannot be made by calling Publix or the Publix Pharmacy. 

Make an appointment here: https://www.publix.com/covid-vaccine/florida 

Source: OrlandoSentiel.com  


*NEW* Update January 13, 2021 

Here is a current list of vaccination sites by County in Florida. 

Download Here

*NEW* Update January 12, 2021 

Fort Lauderdale’s Inter Miami CF Stadium will open as a COVID-19 vaccination site on Tuesday, and Broward Health is encouraging seniors to register for their shots there.

The vaccines will be provided to seniors age 65 and older, as well as paramedics, and doctors and dentists without hospital privileges as well as their office staff. The vaccination site is at the stadium at Lockhart Park at 1350 NW 55th St.

People must register in advance at BrowardHealth.org, then click on “To request a COVID-19 vaccination click here” to complete and submit the vaccination request form.

Source Click Here 


*NEW* Update January 11, 2021 

MIAMI, Fla. – Miami-Dade County will release a limited number of COVID-19 vaccine appointments on Monday, Jan. 11 at 2 p.m., the county announced Sunday. Appointments will only be available through a scheduling tool at miamidade.gov/vaccine, and are only for seniors age 65 and older, according to state vaccine guidelines.

Demand for vaccines is currently much greater than existing supply, and Miami-Dade County’s mayor said that vaccines are being made available to the community as fast as new supplies are received.

“Our County is working hard alongside hospitals, cities, and the state to distribute vaccines as fast as we receive them, to protect our community and keep our economy moving forward,” said Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava.

Source Click Here  

Palm Beach County: 561-625-5180
Cleveland Clinic, Broward, and Palm Beach counties: 954-659-5950
Broward County: 954-467-4700 or visit browardcovidvaccine.com. Testing sites will open Sunday
January 3rd in the following locations:
- Tradewinds Park, Coconut Creek, FL
- Vista View Park Davie, FL
- Markham Park, Sunrise, FL
Broward Health: 954-759-7500
Mount Sinai (Miami-Dade): 305-674-2312
Miami-Dade County: 800-581-5123 or visit miamidade.gov/vaccine 

Baptist HealthBaptistHealth.net/Vaccine

Publix or the Publix Pharmacyhttps://www.publix.com/covid-vaccine/florida 

Jackson Health: https://jacksonhealth.org/keeping-you-safe/

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