I signed up for the County’s Vaccine Notification Request form, but I haven’t seen any emails.

Emails from the Vaccine Notification Request form will come from webmailer@co.ulster.ny.us, and may be signed by the Ulster County Department of Health and Mental Health, County Executive Pat Ryan, or other Ulster County government departments or officials who have information to convey about the COVID-19 vaccine.  Be sure to monitor your email’s spam folder/filters.

Emails have been sent out weekly since the launch of the form.  If you have not received any emails from any of the above, you may have entered the email address incorrectly or signed up multiple people with the same email address.  The Notification Request form can only accommodate one email address per person.  Please redo your sign-up, using a new, unique email address for each person.

Remember, signing up for the Vaccination Notification Request form does not register you for a vaccine appointment. Emails will be sent to let you know as appointments become available, and a separate appointment scheduling link will be provided with instructions on how to register for an appointment when you are eligible to do so and there is a supply of vaccine to be administered.

There will be many opportunities to schedule a vaccine appointment in the coming months, and you will remain on the notification list indefinitely, or until you unsubscribe from it.