Community Vaccination Clinic
Date: February 3, 2023
Location: The Grasslands Homeless Shelter, 25 Operations Drive, Valhalla, NY 10595
Hours: 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Schedule a Flu Vaccine (18 years and older)
Schedule a Adult Bivalent Booster (18 years and older)
Schedule a First Dose Pfizer Vaccine (18 years and older)
Schedule a Second Dose Pfizer Vaccine (18 years and older)

WCDH White Plains Vaccination Clinic
Walk-ins accepted, but appointments are recommended to guarantee vaccine availability.
Date: Mondays and Fridays
Location: 134 Court Street
Hours: 9 AM to 4 PM
Schedule a Flu Vaccine (Ages 3 years and over)
COVID-19 Boosters:
Schedule a COVID-19 Bivalent Booster (Moderna and Pfizer) (Ages 12 and over)
Schedule a COVID-19 Pediatric Pfizer Bivalent Booster  (Ages 5-11 only)
Schedule a COVID-19 Pediatric Moderna Bivalent Booster (Ages 6 Months to 5 years)
COVID-19 Primary Series:
Schedule a First Dose Pfizer Vaccine (Ages 5 years and older)
Schedule a Second Dose Pfizer Vaccine (Ages 5 years and older)
Schedule a Third Dose Pfizer Vaccine (Immunocompromised)

Schedule a First Dose Pediatric Moderna Vaccine (Ages 6 Months to 5 years)
Schedule a First Dose Moderna Vaccine (Ages 6 to 11)
Schedule a First Dose Moderna Vaccine (Ages 12 and over)
Schedule a Second Dose Pediatric Moderna Vaccine (Ages 6 Months to 5 years)
Schedule a Second Dose Moderna Vaccine (Ages 6 to 11)
Schedule a Second Dose Moderna Vaccine (Ages 12 and over)
Schedule a Third Dose Moderna Vaccine (Immunocompromised)

Schedule a Johnson & Johnson Vaccine (Ages 18 and over)

COVID-19 and Flu Resources
Vaccination Clinic Registration and Information (Ages 6 months and up)
Testing and Treatment Information
Quarantine and Isolation Guidance 
WCDH Coronavirus Updates (school resources, data and more)
Find your COVID-19 community levels (low, medium, or high), and prevention steps to take based on the latest CDC data.

Mpox (Monkeypox) Vaccine Clinics available on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 134 Court Street, White Plains. Appointments are required, call (914) 995-5800 to schedule an appointment.  
According to new NYSDOH guidance, statewide vaccine eligibility has expanded to now include all individuals (anyone of any sexual orientation or gender identity) at risk of becoming infected with Mpox. If you meet the guidance outlined below, you are eligible to register for the Mpox vaccine. Exposure includes the following:

  • Individuals with recent exposure to a suspected or confirmed mpox case within the past 14 days.
  • Those at high risk of a recent exposure to mpox, including gay men and members of the bisexual, transgender, and gender non-conforming community and other communities of men who have sex with men and who have engaged in intimate or skin-to-skin contact with others in the past 14 days areas where mpox is spreading.
  • Individuals who have had skin-to-skin contact with someone in a social network experiencing mpox activity, including men who have sex with men who meet partners through an online website, digital application ("app"), or social event, such as a bar or party.
  • Any individual that may be at risk of future exposure to infection with mpox, even though they are not at high risk of a recent exposure to mpox.

Find out What to Expect After Your Mpox Vaccine.

Mpox Vaccine appointments are also available at:
       - Westchester Medical Center, 15 Oval Connector, Valhalla, NY 10595
         Monday through Friday from 9 am - 5 pm, appointment required.
         Call (914) 326-2060 to schedule an appointment.

       - Use the Mpox Vaccine Locator Tool to find other sites offering the vaccine in your area.

Mpox is a rare viral illness that does not usually cause serious illness, but can result in hospitalization or death. Mpox typically begins with a flu-like illness and swelling of the lymph nodes and progresses to a rash on the face and body. Most infections last two to four weeks. The current outbreak appears to have spread through human-to-human contact. Transmission can occur through contact with body fluids, mpox sores, items that have been contaminated with fluids or sores, or through prolonged exposure to respiratory droplets. Because of this, transmission may also occur through sexual contact. More information can be found on the WCDH Mpox Information web page.

COVID-19 Treatment is Available
Oral antiviral medications are available for treatment of COVID-19 and have been proven to decrease hospitalization for those that are at risk for severe disease. When given soon after a positive diagnosis, these antivirals also help fight infection and shorten recovery time. All treatments require a prescription and those who test COVID-19 positive should talk to their health care provider.

Westchester County residents who test positive and do not have a health care provider, regardless of income or health insurance coverage, are eligible to be evaluated for treatment by calling 888-TREAT-NY (888-873-2869) or completing an evaluation at the NYS COVID-19 ExpressCare Therapeutics Access website, which includes a telemedicine visit. The Hotline is available 24-hours per day, seven days a week and operated by experienced Health + Hospitals professionals who have the clinical training to prescribe treatment and referrals if needed. 

Food Allergy Restaurant Safety Law 
The Westchester County Board of Legislators has enacted a “Food Allergy Restaurant Safety” Law that became effective November 9, 2022. The new law requires food service establishments to post the "Food Allergy Restaurant Safety Posters," in English and Spanish, both in the front of the establishment so the sign is visible to customers and in the back of the establishment, so it is visible to food handlers. View the law and to download the posters.