COVID-19 Vaccination Information, Appointments and Resources

We are now accepting vaccine appointments from any eligible member of the public. If you are 12 or over and live in the United States, you can register for a vaccine appointment here.

We will be carefully matching appointments to vaccine supply, and will only allow appointments when we are sure we have enough vaccine on hand to cover them. So if you don’t find an appointment available, please try again later. We will update the schedule as soon as the vaccine supply allows. We are also continuing to reach out directly to eligible patients and community members to offer vaccinations.

If you prefer to make an appointment by phone, please call (646) 605-5764. You can also check the New York State, New York City, New Jersey, or Connecticut websites for other locations that offer appointments or walk-in vaccination. The New York City site also has information on mobile vaccination vans and in-home vaccinations for people 75 and over and those who are fully homebound.

If you are seeking vaccination for a person younger than 18, make sure that the location you have chosen offers the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. Other vaccines are only authorized for people 18 and over.

Vaccination records from Mount Sinai are available through New York State’s digital app, Excelsior Pass. For more information, see FAQs below or visit the Excelsior Pass website.

As of Friday, April 23, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine has been reauthorized for use. We have created a fact sheet for patients and others who may have questions about it.

There are a lot of myths on the internet about COVID-19 vaccines. Mount Sinai is working with a company called NewsGuard to provide the most accurate information. If you’ve heard something that sounds questionable and want to know if it’s true or not, you can look it up in NewsGuard’s report on the top COVID-19 vaccine myths.

If you received Dose 1 from Mount Sinai and are scheduled to receive Dose 2, we encourage you to keep your appointment. However, if you:

  • Need to reschedule due to an emergency
  • Believe your Dose 2 appointment was canceled in error

Please call us at 646-605-5760. This line is NOT for general questions about the vaccine or new appointments.

Frequently Asked Questions About COVID-19 Vaccines

Because information about the development of COVID-19 vaccines changes often, we are regularly updating answers to the most frequently asked questions.