COVID-19 Vaccine Resources

Columbia Vaccine Locations

All locations are open to people ages 16+ unless noted otherwise.

Black Building

650 W. 168th St.
If 16 or 17 years old, must be a ColumbiaDoctors patient.

The Armory

216 Fort Washington Avenue (Enter on 169th Street)
For ages 18 and older only. 

Columbia Doctors Manhattan Valley

2702 Broadway (Opening April 20)

Wellness Center

605 W. 125th Street
Weekend Pop Ups
Ages 16+

Appointments can be made by using Connect, if you do not have an account, please create one first.

Get Help Scheduling an Appointment

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Homebound New Yorkers

To schedule an in-home COVID vaccine appointment for homebound New York City residents, visit the Vax4NYC website, call 877-829-4692 or fill out this form

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Upper Manhattan and South Bronx Seniors

NMIC has a hotline in English and Spanish for seniors residing in Upper Manhattan and the South Bronx to schedule reserved appointments at the Washington Heights Armory.

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Vaccine Together NY

The ColumbiaDoctors, Weill Cornell Medicine, and NewYork-Presbyterian vaccine hotline is available for your phone calls at 646-697-8222 (VACC).

Schedule an Appointment

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Check Eligibility

The COVID-19 vaccine is now available to all New York residents 16 and older. People who live outside of the state but work (paid or unpaid) or study in New York are also eligible to get vaccinated. People who are 16 or 17 years old are only eligible for the Pfizer vaccine.

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Schedule an Appointment

You can schedule an appointment on the following sites:

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Get Your Second Dose

Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines require two shots to be fully effective. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has developed a smartphone app called V-safe that will remind you via text messages that your second shot is due. 

* The CDC and the FDA recommended on April 13, 2021 a pause in vaccination using the Johnson and Johnson (Janssen) vaccine to review reports of a rare side effect and its possible relation to the vaccine. Read more.

 

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