How to book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment on Long Island

How to book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment on Long Island

This page is updated as new information becomes available.

(East Farmingdale, NY)-  COVID-19 vaccines are now available to all New York residents ages 16 and older.  (Note- 16 & 17 year old’s will need need parental consent to get vaccinated.  Only Pfizer is currently authorized for person’s ages 16 & 17.)

All New Yorker’s currently eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine appointment, can sign up on the New York State run, “am I eligible” site – which you can access here  OR by calling 1-833-NYS-4-VAX (1-833-697-4829)

Walk-in appointments available for all eligible New Yorker’s at all New York State run vaccination sites.

Nassau County:

Nassau County COVID-19 hotline 516-227-9570 for text alerts text the word COVID19NC to 999777 more information on the Nassau County vaccination efforts and vaccination sites can be found here.

  • Nassau County has launched a COVID Hotline to help Seniors book vaccination appointments, the hotline is available Monday through Sunday 9am-4:45pm at 516-227-9590
  • For appointments at Nassau Coliseum, click here use code Nassau21 
  • Veterans in Nassau County can register for a vaccine appointment at Nassau University Medical Center, more information available on that here.  

Suffolk County:

Suffolk County residents can call 311 for more information on how to schedule a vaccine appointment. More information on the Suffolk County vaccination efforts and vaccination sites can be found here

  • Appointments at Suffolk County run vaccination sites including; Hauppauge, Riverhead and Selden, click here.
  • NY State run Mass Vaccination sites Suffolk County Community College in Brentwood & Stony Brook University Southampton Campus, read more, click here
  • East Hampton Town, for information click, here.

Major Retail Pharmacies on Long Island: include CVS, Walgreens and Stop & Shop, Costco, Walmart, Sam’s Club

Other ways to get a vaccine appointment include;

***NOTE: individuals getting vaccinated must provide proof of eligibility.  Find out more about the various types of proof you might need to show for your appointment located, here.

Photo: Ava Orobello-Stretch a 16 year old William Floyd High School Junior, gets her first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine on April 8th, at a Suffolk County vaccination site in Hauppauge.  Photo by Jennifer Orobello