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Do I need to prove I am eligible when I arrive for my appointment?

Yes, individuals being vaccinated must bring proof of eligibility to the vaccination site. This may include an employee ID card, a current letter from an employer or affiliated organization, a pay stub or a letter from healthcare provider. If you are eligible because of your age, bring a government-issued ID that includes your date of birth (like a Driver’s License or passport).

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1. How can I learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine?
2. How do I find out if I am eligible for the vaccine?
3. I am eligible for the vaccine, where can I make my appointment for my first dose?
4. Do I need to prove I am eligible when I arrive for my appointment?
5. Do I need health insurance to get the vaccine?
6. What type(s) of vaccine(s) are offered by the Cayuga County Health Department?
7. I received my first dose of the vaccine at a Cayuga County Health Department clinic. How do I schedule my second dose?
8. Can I get my second dose at a different location than my first dose?
9. Do I have to get the same vaccine for my second dose?
10. What kind of side effects can the COVID-19 vaccine cause?
11. How was the vaccine developed so fast? Is it safe?
12. I am nervous about getting one of the COVID-19 vaccines, what should I do?
13. Who should get the vaccine and when?
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