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Everyone 5 years or older who reside, work, or study in New York State are eligible for the vaccine. Note that only the Pfizer vaccine is currently approved for administration in individuals under 18 years of age.
Everyone ages 18 years and older who is fully vaccinated is eligible to receive a booster shot.
Use vaccinefinder.org to search by zip code for places to get the vaccine and booster shots, including pharmacies and grocery stores.
United Way of Westchester and Putnam is offering free Lyft rides (up to $25 each direction) to vaccine appointments for individuals who are not receiving Medicaid assistance. After you schedule your vaccine appointment, apply for your free ride to and from the vaccine clinics online at uwwp.org/vaccine-rides. After completing the registration form, you will be emailed a unique code that will discount rides up to $25 in each direction. You must have access to a smartphone in order to schedule the Lyft ride. Lyft is available in English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese. For more information on this program, see the flyer in English or Spanish.
Vaccinations for COVID-19 are safe and effective, and they are offered free of charge. Each state is responsible for establishing distribution standards. New Rochelle is following the guidelines and direction of New York State health authorities and strongly encourages residents to get vaccinated. Find the latest information on New York State's website.
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The Westchester County Consumer Affairs Department warns residents to not fall prey to vaccine scams. Beware of COVID-19 Vaccine Scams