Where can I get the COVID-19 vaccine?

The tri-state area has already started administering COVID-19 vaccines to its most vulnerable citizens.
As vaccine availability increases, vaccination recommendations will expand to include more groups.
Health officials across the three states are opening mass vaccination sites, and making it easier for residents to make appointments to be inoculated. Below find out how to get appointments to get the COVID-19 vaccine:
Please note: You will need to make an appointment or register with your state's health department in order to get a vaccine. The locations below are for reference only, and do not take walk-ins.


COVID-19 vaccines registration in Connecticut:
Am I eligible for the vaccine in Connecticut?
CLICK HERE to check your eligibility and when the next phases are.
Some mass vaccination sites in Connecticut:
University of Connecticut’s Rentschler Field in East Hartford (Opens Jan. 18 to people who are 75+)
Hartford Convention Center (this site is expected to open soon)
According to Gov. Ned Lamont, in Connecticut, vaccinations will also be available at private providers’ offices and health clinics. The state also plans to offer the shots through mobile vaccination units for poor and other underserved communities.


COVID-19 vaccines registration in New Jersey:
Hotline - 855-568-0545
Am I eligible for the vaccine in New Jersey?
CLICK HERE to check your eligibility and when the next phases are.
Some mass vaccination sites in New Jersey:
The Meadowlands Complex in East Rutherford (Bergen County)
Rockaway Townsquare (Morris County)
The New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center in Edison (Middlesex County)
The Moorestown Mall (Burlington County)
Rowan College of South Jersey in Sewell (Gloucester County)
The Atlantic City Convention Center (Atlantic County)
Raritan Center in Edison (Middlesex County)


COVID-19 vaccines in New York:
Website with more information on each phase
Vaccination hotline - 1-833-697-4829
Am I eligible for the vaccine in the state of New York?
CLICK HERE to check your eligibility and make an appointment. If you are eligible the website will allow you to make an appointment.
Some mass vaccination sites in New York State:
Jones Beach (Nassau County)
Nassau County Community College (Nassau County)
Yes We Can community center in Westbury (Nassau County)
Northwell Health Physician Partners, Syosset (Nassau County)
Northwell Center for Advanced Medicine, Lake Success (Nassau County)
Suffolk County Community College in Brentwood (Suffolk County)
South Oaks Hospital, Amityville (Suffolk County)
Peconic Bay Medical Center, Entenmann Campus in Riverhead (Suffolk County)
Ducks Fairfield Properties Ball Park, Central Islip (Suffolk County)
Westchester County Convention Center (Westchester County)
State Fairgrounds (Onondaga County)
Philipstown Recreation Center (Putnam County)
SUNY Albany (Albany County)
SUNY Stony Brook University Innovation and Discovery Center (Nassau County)
SUNY Potsdam Field House (St. Lawrence County)
Plattsburgh International Airport (Clinton County)
SUNY Binghamton (Broome County)
SUNY Polytechnic Institute (Oneida County)
University at Buffalo South Campus (Erie County)
Rochester Dome Arena (Monroe County)


Am I eligible for the vaccine in New York City?
CLICK HERE to check your eligibility
Some mass vaccination sites in New York City:
Brooklyn Army Terminal in Sunset Park (open 24/7)
Bathgate Contract Postal Station in the Bronx (open 24/7)
Jacob K. Javits Convention Center (NYC)
Citi Field in Queens (open 24/7) - will open the week of Jan. 25
Yankee Stadium in the Bronx
Fort Washington Armory in Washington Heights
Aqueduct Racetrack - Racing Hall (NYC)
CLICK HERE to get answers to the most common questions about the vaccines.