** UPDATE: All available appointments have been booked. We will announce when more clinics are scheduled, vaccine supplies permitting. **
Liberty, NY – Sullivan County Public Health Services will administer COVID-19 vaccine to registrants over 65 years of age beginning Friday, January 22. Clinics have also been scheduled for January 25, 26 and 27.
“We have received 800 doses of the vaccine,” confirmed Public Health Director Nancy McGraw, “600 of which are required by the State to be given to people 65+. The other 200 are reserved for essential workers (which includes police, firefighters, teachers, etc).”
Anyone seeking the first dose of the two-dose Moderna vaccine must register via one of these links, keyed to specific dates:
If you are unable to register online, please contact 845-807-0925 or 292-5910.
Please DO NOT register if you are under 65 years of age, even if you’re eligible in another category. Proof of age will be required at the clinic site, and only those meeting the age threshold and having a confirmed appointment will receive vaccine during this clinic. You will be turned away if you do not meet the eligibility requirements or have proof of NYS residency.
These registration links are also provided on the County’s vaccine information page: https://sullivanny.us/Departments/Publichealth/COVIDvaccines. A recorded voice message with the latest updates is also available at 845-513-2268.
“County health departments are playing a key role in the fight against the coronavirus in New York,” stated McGraw. “We applaud recent efforts by the Cuomo administration to rely more heavily on county health departments amid a slow rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine.”
The County’s dashboard for updates on the number of active cases locally can be found at https://sullivanny.us/Departments/Publichealth/Coronavirus.
Vaccine info is also available at 1-833-NYS-4-VAX (1-833-697-4829).