COVID-19 Vaccination Resource Center

All people over the age of 12 are eligible to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Pfizer is approved for ages 12+ while Moderna is approved for ages 18+.

As of 7/28/21, 74.8% of Ulster County residents over the age of 18 have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Since the first confirmed report of the Delta variant on June 27th, 70.2% of new positive cases were found in residents who are unvaccinated. While those vaccinated may still get COVID-19, the CDC has stated that vaccination will make the illness less severe for those who still get sick.

Interested residents can complete the below form to participate in the County’s in-home vaccination program. This is part of the County’s efforts to ensure the vaccine is as accessible as possible to all residents, especially those who are homebound or may have challenges traveling to walk-in clinics.

Need a Vaccination Appointment at Home?

The Point of Dispensing (POD) at Best Buy performed its final clinic on 7/22/21. The COVID-19 vaccine is widely available at multiple convenient locations throughout the County (see the links below for locations). Additionally, we are holding a variety of COVID-19 vaccine clinics at the following locations and dates. Use the links to register for an appointment. Appointments are helpful, but walk-ins are welcome.

If the link takes you to a screen that says “No Appointments Available,” it means that all appointments have been filled.

The link works best with the Google Chrome browser. On the final page of the registration, it will say “print this page” or “done” and will confirm the appointment is done. Bring your printed/screenshot registration ticket and an ID that shows proof of eligibility (age).

If you have any questions about a currently scheduled appointment or need help with online access, please call the Ulster County Recovery Service Center (RSC) (845) 443-8888.

For general questions about the vaccine, please see our Vaccination FAQ.