COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

The Cayuga County Health Department has administered over 2,500 doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. At this time, New York State has seen a decrease in the amount of vaccine that is being provided by the federal government. For those who have attended first dose clinics hosted by the Cayuga County Health Department, you will receive communication about an appointment for a second dose once the date gets closer. The date provided to you on the CDC Vaccine Information Card is the earliest date you are eligible for the second dose. We will work to accommodate second dose appointments as close to the date as possible, but all of this is based on vaccine supply. Second dose appointments will not be posted on this page. We will notify you through the email address you entered when you made your appointment or by phone. 

In addition, to limited supply of vaccine, New York State (NYS) is advising local health departments to prioritize the 1B essential workers and direct those 65 years and older to pharmacies and NYS Department of Health approved mass vaccination clinics.

The Cayuga County Health Department continues to advocate on behalf of our community for more vaccine and for New York State to allow the local health department to be able to serve all those who are eligible in the priority groups. 

Please continue checking this page for upcoming clinics. In addition, you may wish to sign up for Notify Me and online notification program. You can enter an email address or cellphone number. Be sure to sign up for Health Department alerts and press releases. 

To view the Cayuga County Health Department's most recent statement on the NYS vaccine rollout and priority populations click here.