Ulster County’s Covid-19 Vaccination Resource Center (English and Spanish) has information on when and where to get a Covid-19 vaccine. You can also use the website to request an at-home shot.

This Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website lets you to search for vaccination locations by age and zip code.

Ulster County Area Transit offers free rides on set routes for anyone going to a vaccine appointment. Those over 60 or those with disabilities can get curb-to-curb service. Details.

Key facts

  • Vaccines should be given without charge even if you don’t have insurance.
  • Immigration status does NOT affect the right to a vaccine.
  • Personal information will not be shared with ICE or other agencies.

If you have friends or family members who are not vaccinated, try sharing this video in Spanish or English.

Who should get the vaccine?

The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) recommends that except in unusual cases everyone 5 years and older should get a Covid-19 vaccination to help protect against the disease. Widespread vaccination is a critical tool to help stop the pandemic.

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The NYS Dept. of Health has posted answers to frequently asked questions (FAQ) about the vaccine. Here in English and here in Spanish. The FAQ is 3-pages and can be downloaded and printed.

Learn more: A Guide to Getting Vaccinated in the Hudson Valley and Catskills, from The River Newsroom.