Find Information About Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Testing Site in Harrison
The COVID-19 testing site is located at 205 Harrison Avenue. The hours of operation are Monday – Saturday, 8 AM-5 PM.
Vaccines for children
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have authorized COVID-19 vaccinations for children ages 5-11 who live in the United States.
If you would like your child to receive a COVID vaccination, you may visit vaccines.gov to find a vaccination location near you, including pharmacies and drug stores. The following websites can also help you find a vaccination location:
COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shot – What You Need To Know
Booster shots – third doses of the Pfizer vaccine – are now available to qualified individuals. You may schedule a booster dose if:
- You were fully vaccinated (with Pfizer only) over 6 months ago and are 65 or older;
- You are a resident of a long-term care facility;
- You are 18 or older with underlying medical conditions and at higher risk for severe COVID-19;
- You are or 18 or older and at high risk due to occupational or institutional exposure.
Click here for current CDC guidelines and recommendations for booster shots.
Please note: the booster shot is currently available only to people who previously received the Pfizer vaccine. Booster shots are not currently recommended for those who received the Moderna or the Johnson & Johnson vaccines. Click here for CDC updates.
There are multiple locations available in New York City and New York State where you can receive your third dose of vaccine; the following sites can help you find community-based locations: https://vaccinefinder.nyc.gov/ and https://covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov/.
New Vaccine Requirements for New York City
Starting August 16, you will be required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination for:
- Indoor dining
- Indoor fitness
- Indoor entertainment and performances
Proof of vaccination may include:
- Excelsior Pass
- NYC COVID Safe App: Android | iOS
- CDC Vaccination Card
- NYC Vaccination Record
- If you have lost your vaccination card or don’t have a copy, contact your vaccination provider directly to access your vaccination record. If you cannot contact your vaccination provider directly, contact your state health department’s immunization information system (IIS). You can find state IIS information on the CDC website. Vaccination providers are required to report COVID-19 vaccinations to their IIS and related systems.
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- VaccineFinder – Find COVID-19 Vaccines Near You
- NYS – See if you may be Eligible to Receive the COVID-19 Vaccine
- NYS – COVID-19 vaccine facts, vaccine tracker, and eligibility
- Vaccine Hotline: 1-833-NYS-4-VAX (1-833-697-4829)
- Resources and tips on vaccine availability from COVID-19 Community Conversations from Westchester Library System
- COVID-19 Vaccine -Facts from NYS Gov., FACT SHEET from FDA
- Westchester County COVID-19 Vaccine Dashboard
- Find a Test Site Near You – NYS
- Westchester COVID-19 Dashboard – Confirmed new and active cases breakdown by villages and towns
- NYS COVID-19 Report Card
- NYS Department of Health Coronavirus Hotline: 1-888-364-3065
- The International Fact-Checking Network
- Snopes.com – an Internet Fact Checking Resource
World Health Organization
WHO provides information, guidance, and daily updates regarding novel coronavirus. It includes frequently asked questions, mythbusters, travel advice, guidance on prevention, situation reports, and more.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
CDC provides information about how they are responding to novel coronavirus, the situation in the U.S., the current risk assessment, and offers information about cases, tests, spread, prevention, travel, and frequently asked questions.
New York State Department of Health
NYS Department of Health tracks cases of novel coronavirus in NY State provides information about travel, prevention guidance, and press releases from state officials. You can also find a letter to school administrators, parents, and colleges, and a free hotline to call.
Find a NY Project Hope provider agency in your county that understands what you are going through. Talking to them is free, confidential, and anonymous. Talk to someone who is trained, knowledgeable, and can connect you with other local resources.
Westchester County Department of Healt
Westchester County Department of Health provides information about novel coronavirus with links to additional resources.
National Library of Medicine
National Library of Medicine provides technical information about novel coronavirus including clinical studies and scholarly research.