COVID-19 Vaccination with Washingtonville Pharmacy
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NEW: SECOND DOSE INFORMATION AT THE BOTTOM
If you have any questions about logistics, we are accepting them via email only. Please DO NOT call the store.
We will be receiving VERY small quantities of COVID-19 Vaccine. When we receive them, we will be hosting clinics to get rid of the doses in an efficient manner and POSSIBLY away from the pharmacy itself, to prevent the dramatic impact this could make on our daily operations.
Doses will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.
Pharmacists may vaccinate individuals over the age of 18, 16 if it is the Pfizer vaccine.
YOU MUST BE 18 OR OLDER TO GET VACCINATED WITH THE MODERNA VACCINE BY WASHINGTONVILLE PHARMACY.
How the whole system works with us:
STEP 1 – Get On The Waitlist - Limited to 2000 Patients
Our clinics will be announced first to those who join our email wait list.
There will be NO drop-ins. Our clinics are appointment only. Our doses will be tightly managed, and absolutely all will be accounted for.
About the Waitlist and What Happens Next
After you’ve signed up to be notified, here’s what will happen:
STEP 2 – Celebrate, and Get Ready
If you reserved a vaccine, time to start the celebration!
In order to reduce paper waste, we are strongly encouraging everyone to download any document we are legally required to give you on clinic day.
STEP 3 – Register with NYS DOH
This is only to be done when you have received confirmation from us that you are scheduled to receive a dose at our clinic.
You will have to certify SEPARATELY with NYS that you are eligible for the vaccine for your first dose.
This MUST be done for your spot to be finalized/reserved.
On the form answer YES to the question to request a confirmation email. You will need to show us the email at the clinic or forward the email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org ahead of time.
Click this link here: https://forms.ny.gov/s3/vaccine
STEP 4 – Take Time to Answer Your Questions
After you have a confirmed appointment and the excitement has really died down, please return here and read up on the vaccine. We will have limited time available to go over basic, frequently asked questions at the vaccine clinic.
We will be receiving any one of the vaccines. Please read the Emergency Use Authorization, which goes over in detail common questions about the vaccine.
Click here for resources about the vaccine from the CDC.
STEP 5 – Prepare for Clinic Day
Please download this document which goes over what you need to bring with you to the clinic, how it will work at the clinic, and what to expect.
I can’t stress enough: wear a T-Shirt! We’re giving you an immunization, so plan on easy access to your upper arm (deltoid muscle).
Medicare cards MUST be the red, white, and blue Part A and B cards. We need the newer ones that DO NOT have your social security number on it.
If you are a teacher please bring proof of eligibility.
STEP 6 – Get Vaccinated
Show up to the clinic 10 minutes early but do not get out of your car until exactly 5 minutes before your appointment to ensure optimal flow and to reduce confusion at the clinic.
Here’s everything we know about second doses:
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