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The vaccine will be free of charge to all people living in the United States. No one can be denied a vaccine if they are unable to pay a vaccine administration fee.​


Even if you have already recovered from COVID-19, it is possible—although rare—that you could be infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 again.


None of the authorized and recommended vaccines or those in development in the US contain the live virus that causes COVID-19. A vaccine cannot make you sick with COVID-19


Common side effects after getting the vaccine are pain and swelling at the site of injection and fever, chills, tiredness and headache.  You can apply a cool, wet washcloth over your arm to reduce pain and drink plenty of fluids after receiving the vaccine.


For more information about the vaccine, visit the CDC's page.

See if you are eligible

See a list of current eligible New Yorkers (updated February 15th).

Another expansion is expected by March or April.

You can see if you are eligible here and see if appointments are available at any of the state-run sites.  Note: There is currently no availability through April 16th.

For more information fill out the county Vaccination Information Request Form or call the New York State Covid-19 Vaccination Hotline (833) NYS-4VAX.  For those without access to a computer, they can call the Orange County Office for the Aging (845) 615-3700.


Book an appointment with a provider

Use the VaccineFinder website to help you find providers.  There is no residency requirement for coronavirus vaccines in Pennsylvania.  See if you are eligible for phase 1a in Pennsylvania.  If you live, work, or go to school in New Jersey, see if you are eligible for phase 1b. 

According to an article in the Times Herald-Record from February 4th, you can book appointments directly with the  providers below in Orange County. I have not confirmed if these providers have vaccines, but several say to call to be notified and Crystal Run has a notifiation form. You can schedule an appointment with Garnet Health Medical Center here.  Fill out the county's vaccine information form to receive information including when appointments are available vaccination site on Hatfield Lane in Goshen and how to register.

  • Cornerstone Family Healthcare: The Kaplan Family Pavilion, 147 Lake St., Newburgh, 563-8000, 

  • Sun River Health, 24 Union St, Middletown, 421-6468

  • Sun River Health Care, 75 Orange Ave., Walden, 778-2700

  • Cornerstone Family Healthcare at Middletown, 563-8000

  • Garnet Health Medical Center, 707 E. Main St., Middletown, 333-1000, COVID-19 info:

  • Orange County Department of Health, 360-6600,

  • Walgreens 10914, 82 N Plank Rd, Newburgh, 926-3600, COVID-19 info:

  • RRS RX INC., 408 Blooming Grove Turnpike, New Windsor, 561-5773

  • Medical Arts Pharmacy, 39 N. Plank Rd., #2, Newburgh, 561-3784,

  • U.S. Renal Care-Newburgh Dialysis, 39 N. Plank Rd. #5, Newburgh, 476-3788

  • Middletown Dialysis Center, 220 Crystal Run Rd., Middletown, 695-1200

  • Bon Secours Community Hospital, 160 E. Main St., Port Jervis, 858-7000

  • St. Anthony Community Hospital, 15 Maple Ave., Warwick, 986-2276

  • St Luke's Cornwall Hospital, 70 Dubois St.,  Newburgh, 561-4400


Fill out a vaccine form

Once you have an appointment booked, fill out a New York State Covid-19 Vaccination Form.


Bring appropriate form of eligiblity

If eligibility is based on employment:

• an employee ID card or badge
• a letter from an employer or affiliated organization
• a pay stub, depending on the specific priority status

If eligibility is based on age

• Identification with proof of age and New York residency, such as state issued id. Details for other options are available here.


If eligibility is based on underlying conditions:

• Doctor's Letter
• Medical Information Evidencing Comorbidity
• Signed Certification

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