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COVID-19 Vaccine Information
Today, millions of New Yorkers are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccines are available at pharmacies, hospitals, local health departments and Federally Qualified Health Centers statewide – please contact your provider of choice to schedule your vaccine appointment. To determine eligibility and schedule an appointment at state run sites, use the Am I Eligible app. Remember: The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines require two doses for effectiveness. For these vaccines, second-dose appointment will be scheduled automatically at the time you receive your first vaccine dose. The Janssen/Johnson & Johnson vaccine requires only one dose. Appointments are not transferrable.
Both the federal government and New York State have developed plans to ensure that everyone will be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as large quantities are available, at no cost no matter where they live. Thousands of health care providers are currently able to offer vaccines, including doctors’ offices, retail pharmacies, hospitals, and Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs). Click here for "what you need to know" about NY's Plan. NY's phased distribution can be found here
Those eligible in the Phase 1A and 1B Priority Populations are encouraged to register online for COVID-19 vaccination clinics in Wyoming County. Check back frequently at www.wyomingco.net as more clinics are added by the Wyoming County Health Department each week, based on the supply of vaccine from New York State. Pharmacies and physician practices in Wyoming County are receiving the vaccine directly from New York State. New York State estimates it may take up to fourteen weeks to vaccinate everyone eligible in Phases 1A and 1B. Individuals must provide proof of eligibility at the vaccination clinic (i.e. a paystub or employer issued ID tag showing they are a member of the Phase 1A or 1B Priority Population).
The Finger Lakes Vaccine Hub goal is to ensure the equitable, transparent, and efficient immunization of at least 70% of the adult residents of the Finger Lakes Region. The Finger Lakes COVID-19 Vaccine Hub collaborates with health departments, health care providers and community partners in Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Orleans, Ontario, Seneca, Wayne, Wyoming and Yates counties. The Hub also partners with Common Ground Health, the region’s health research and planning organization, and with the Finger Lakes COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force, a group of 80 regional leaders that will advise the Hub to help ensure equity, transparency, and efficiency in COVID-19 immunizations efforts.
Regional Mass Vaccination Sites
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has established community-based vaccination sites in the Buffalo and Rochester regions. These vaccination sites are expected to vaccinate approximately 1,000 New Yorkers each day beginning the first week of March, and appointments will be initially reserved for members of the community in which the sites are located. The Governor has also offered to local governments that the state will partner with them to set up additional mass vaccination sites in their counties to help address vaccination administration disparities. Scheduling and eligibility information, open dates and hours of operation can be found here. With the support of FEMA, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Defense and other federal agencies, these sites will mobilize federal clinical and non-clinical staff and contractors who will work with the National Guard, New York State, local leaders and community based organizations to establish and operate these sites. Each location will be tailored to meet the needs of the specific community it is serving.
Vaccine Providers - Wyoming County
Wyoming County Health Department Clinic: Appointments cannot be made over the phone. Visit https://www.wyomingco.net/595/COVID-19 for more information on available clinics. Local health departments are charged with vaccinating eligible people within Phase 1B.
Hospitals and Health Centers
Oak Orchard Health: Appointments are available. For updates, visit Oak Orchard Health.
Rochester Regional Health: Rochester Regional Health is contacting eligible patients of Rochester Regional Health and its affiliated offices to schedule vaccine appointments. To learn more, visit https://www.rochesterregional.org/coronavirus-covid19/vaccine.
UR Medicine: UR Medicine is contacting its patients age 60 and older in a random order to schedule vaccinations. To learn more, visit https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/coronavirus/coronavirus-vaccination.aspx.
- Wyoming County Community Health System: Contact your primary care provider directly. Visit the website for COVID-19 news and updates. https://www.wcchs.net/
Pharmacies (as of 4/1/21) Please note that all of our pharmacies are doing the best they can. Remember to be patient. All websites listed will have appointments available when vaccine is available in each of the locations.
Tops Friendly Markets (Arcade): Appointments are available for those 50+ and teachers/childcare workers as well as people with underlying health issues. Appointments can be scheduled online for your preferred Tops Pharmacy. No walk-up appointments are available visit https://www.topsmarkets.com/Covid19Vaccinations or call 1-800-522-2522.
Rite Aid (Attica): Non-rapid no-cost drive thru testing available, must register at Rite-Aid website visit https://sr.reportsonline.com/sr/riteaid/NYS2021. Rite Aid's website will accept COVID-19 vaccine appointments for people ages 50+ and teachers/childcare workers as well as those with underlying health issues.
- Wal-Mart Pharmacy (Warsaw): Vaccinations available starting 4/2/21. Current round of vaccinations are Pfizer. Must schedule appointment at https://www.walmart.com/cp/1228302. Must be NYS resident to receive vaccine.
- Sinclair Pharmacy (Warsaw): Currently taking names for vaccines and will call to schedule appointments as vaccine is available. Only vaccinating patients 50+ and teachers/childcare workers and those with underlying health issues. Rapid Testing is available for $75. Call 786-2330 for information. Website info can be found at https://stores.healthmart.com/sinclairpharmacy/stores.aspx
- Attica Pharmacy (Attica): Taking appointments online at www.atticapharmacy.com. Site will state if appointments are available when vaccines are in stock. Only vaccinating patients 60+ and teachers/childcare workers. Rapid testing available $65. Call for more information 591-1111.
- Walgreens Pharmacy (Perry): Appointments for vaccine will be available by visiting www.walgreens.com No testing available. Call for information if necessary 237-3113. 60+ and teachers/childcare workers.
- Cottrill's Pharmacy (Arcade): Currently by appointment only as vaccine is available. No longer taking names on waiting list. Only vaccinating patients 60+ and teachers/childcare workers. No testing available. Call 492-2310 for more information.
The Wyoming County Office of Emergency Management has a limited amount of free cloth masks, procedural masks, gloves (nitrile and latex), face shields, and hand sanitizer available for businesses to request on a first-come, first-serve basis and as supplies last. Please fill out the form here and you will be notified by email when and where the supplies will be available for pick-up.
New York State
New York State has created a one-stop website for information including testing info; metrics for reopening and micro-cluster strategies; Vaccination plans; business resources; info on advisory boards; protecting yourself; and other important resources for your business.
Wyoming County has transitioned to a visual representation model of positive COVID-19 cases for the entire region. These numbers are updated daily at approximately 4 pm with data provided by the Wyoming County Health Department.
New York State Links
NYS website for all COVID-19 information specifically focusing on micro-cluster strategies.
NYS Department of Labor Information
Shared Work Program An alternative to laying off employees during business downturns by allowing workers to work a reduced work schedule and collect partial unemployment insurance benefits for up to 26 weeks. Instead of cutting staff, you able to reduce the number of hours of all employees or just a certain group:
US Government Links
Small Business Administration Find updated information on the SBA's coronavirus response and access to the SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program Portal
USDA COVID-19 Federal Rural Resource Guide - A listing of clickable links for rural areas, commercial businesses and non-profits, local governments and more.
Wyoming County Links
For Wyoming County specific questions or referrals, please call (585) 786-8911.