There are a number of ways you can get vaccinated and boosted to help protect yourself and those around you. Below are three convenient options from which you can choose.
1. At Oswego Health
The Oswego County Health Department will continue to host COVID-19 vaccine/booster clinics this spring for the Oswego community, including SUNY Oswego students, faculty, and staff. Appointments are appreciated but walk-ins are welcome.
Wednesday April 27, 2022
9 to 11 am & 1 to 3 pm
Oswego County Health Department
70 Bunner Street, Oswego, N.Y.
Online appointments are suggested (click on registration links below); walk-ins will be accepted.
2. On Campus
Check back for more booster clinics.
Please note the following:
- Must be at least 5 months since your 2nd dose to receive the Pfizer and Moderna booster unless you are immunocompromised.
- Must be at least 2 months since your 1st dose to receive the J&J booster. Those who received the J&J vaccine can opt to change to Pfizer or Moderna for their booster.
- Students and staff will need to bring their vaccination card and insurance card (if they have one). Pictures of either card are acceptable.
3. At a vaccination site near you
The vaccines, including booster shots, are also offered at most pharmacies, doctor’s offices, and New York State-run vaccination sites.