COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics
First Dose Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics for ages 5 - 11  
The Westchester County Department of Health is currently partnering with school districts to host vaccine clinics for students at their schools. When public clinics through the Health Department become available for this age group, the information will be posted here. In the meantime, the New York State vaccination clinic for ages 5 and up has moved from the Westchester County Center in White Plains to the Westchester County Medical Center in Valhalla. Appointments are required. 

Frequently Asked Questions about the COVID-19 Vaccine for Children ages 5 to 11 Years Old (en español)

"Vaccinate, Educate, Graduate" Vaccine Incentive Program for 5 - 11 Year Olds
Parents and Guardians of 5 to11 year olds who receive their first vaccine dose by December 19 can enter into a random drawing for a chance to win a SUNY or CUNY full scholarship for their child

Booster Clinics
The Westchester County Department of Health is holding vaccine booster clinics for eligible individuals,by appointment only, at 134 Court Street in White Plains.
Schedule a Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson Booster Shot

First Dose COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics for Ages 12 and Up

Pharmacy and Other Clinics for All Ages
To locate pharmacies and other community sites offering COVID-19 vaccines in your area, use the 
Vaccine Finder tool.

In-Home Vaccination Program
The New York State Department of Health, in partnership with counties, has established local points of contact to expand access to vaccines through an in-home vaccination program. This program helps those who are homebound due to physical limitations, cognitive impairment, other chronic conditions, a lack of transportation, and/or visual impairments, and who do not have access to supports that may help them physically go to an existing vaccination provider.

Free ParaTransit Transportation for Seniors and Constituents with Disabilities
Westchester County Executive Latimer is offering senior and disabled constituents, who are not registered with ParaTransit, free transportation to receive their COVID-19 vaccinations. Call ParaTransit reservations at (914) 995-7272, 24 hours prior to your vaccination date to schedule your ride. For additional questions, please email Evan Letainer, Director of the Office for People with Disabilities at

Sign Language Interpreter Services
Any Westchester Resident in need of a Sign Language Interpreter (SLI) at any Westchester County Department of Health operated vaccine clinic should contact the Westchester County Office for People with Disabilities at least seven days in advance of their vaccine appointment. The Westchester County Department of Health will cover all costs for the SLI. Contact Andrea Sadowski by email at or by phone at (914) 995-2956 to make arrangements.

Vaccination Card Replacement

  • If you received your vaccine at a Westchester County Department of Health vaccination clinic (Westchester Community College or 134 Court Street), contact the County Health Department by email at
  • If you received your vaccine at a vaccine clinic in New York City, call 347-396-2400. If you have IDNYC, you can also create a MyRecord account to obtain a copy of your card.
  • If you were vaccinated anywhere else in New York State, call NYSIIS hotline at 518-473-2839.

Excelsior Pass
If you were vaccinated in New York State, Excelsior Pass provides a free, fast and secure way to present digital proof of your COVID-19 vaccination. Please note that at this time, the Excelsior Pass only includes an individual’s initial vaccine series. It does not include boosters and/or additional doses. If you received a booster or additional dose, you can retrieve your Excelsior Vaccination Pass Plus which includes all COVID-19 doses received to date. You can expect your booster or additional doses to be available 3-4 days after receiving your shot.

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
For the most current information, orders, tools and documents, visit our Coronavirus page. Information and guidance about COVID-19 for health care providers can be found on our Physician's Corner.

Hand Washing - Clean Hands Save Lives
Hand washing is one of the best ways to protect yourself and your family from getting sick. Learn when and how you should wash your hands to stay healthy.

Westchester County Hazard Mitigation Plan - Public Review
Flood, severe storms, and winter storms are frequently occurring hazards that impact Westchester residents. All communities have been working together to develop a Hazard Mitigation Plan to reduce risk, become better prepared, and save lives and money. We are looking for your input on the final draft of the HMP. The Public Review Period is open until December 17th. Learn more about all 8 hazards of concern for the County and how your community is working to improve resiliency. All comments provided will be reviewed before the plan is submitted – don’t miss your chance to make a difference.