NYS Vaccine Phase 1B Begins Monday: Includes Ages 75+, Education Workers & More


New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said Friday the state will start scheduling COVID-19 vaccinations for the next group of people on Monday. That includes first responders, education workers and public transit workers. People 75 and older and public safety workers, will also be eligible to start making appointments for vaccinations.

“We’re gonna have thousands of providers coming online next week,” Cuomo said Friday at a coronavirus briefing. “Monday basically is when the registration website will open to make an appointment.”


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If you have questions, call the New York State COVID-19 hotline at 888-364-3065.

Who is eligible for the vaccine?

Check if you are eligible to receive the vaccine here

  • Eligible residents can click here to register to be vaccinated at Nassau Community College through New York State’s system
  • Eligible residents can click here to register to be vaccinated at the Yes We Can Community Center through New York State’s system

For registration to receive a vaccine at NUMC click here

Due to high demand, the State’s registration system may not be displaying available appointments at this time.  Appointments are constantly added on a rolling basis, please check back later.


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