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COVID-19 Vaccination Sites

THE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING of our community is our top priority. Tompkins County Health Department (TCHD) is working closely with community partners to prevent and respond to the evolving novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

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Where: Local & Regional Sites

Health Department Pop-Up Clinic

No clinics are currently scheduled


Appointment availability, vaccine brand, dose, and eligibility vary by pharmacy and are subject to change without notice. As such, it is important to check the pharmacy website before you go or make plans.

Individuals under age 18 must have a signed consent form and be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Reviewed September 14, 2023.  

Kinney Drugs

Tops Friendly Market

CVS & Target

Rite Aid


  • Immunizations page. Account sign-in may be required to schedule an appointment.
  • Phone for Ithaca store: 135 Fairgrounds Memorial Pkwy., (607) 277-8126

Wegmans Pharmacy

For all questions about clinics at any of the pharmacies listed above, please contact the pharmacy through their website. TCHD will not have information about vaccination clinics at pharmacies.

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New York State Operated Vaccination Sites

All NYS vaccination sites are permanently closed as of 6/30/2022. NYS links to

Doctors, Pediatricians, Health Care Practitioners

  • Pediatric offices: Pfizer pediatric vaccine is available for any individual ages 6mos+. Please call the individual practice for details.
  • REACH Medical, 607-273-7000,
  • Many family practices and health care practitioners have COVID-19 vaccine available. Please call your regular provider for information.

Get local updates from the Tompkins County Health Department regarding COVID-19 and vaccine distribution in our community

If you have questions about eligibility or about registration, please call 2-1-1 (877-211-8667)

Flu Vaccine

Everyone age 6 months and older should get a flu shot to be immunized against influenza now. Visit your local pharmacy or your health care practitioner today. More info is here.

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