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  • Coronavirus Hotline: 1-888-364-3065.
  • Sullivan County Emergency Community Assistance Hotline (for COVID-19 issues ONLY): 845-807-0925.
  • Sullivan County Public Health Services COVID Info Line: 845-513-2268.
  • CLICK HERE for the latest updates and info on COVID-19 in Sullivan County
  • Click HERE for the latest vaccine information.
  • to register for our next COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic!

COVID-19 Vaccine Facts

Cut through the misinformation and get to the facts on this page, dedicated to giving you reliable and true information about the COVID-19 vaccines.

Register for Our Latest Clinic!

Click here to see the list of upcoming Sullivan County-run COVID-19 vaccination clinics.

Looking for a COVID-19 Vaccination?

The federal Centers for Disease Control & Prevention also offers this map-based way of locating vaccination clinics: https://vaccinefinder.orgSullivan County does not operate or maintain this list and makes no guarantees or representations about its accuracy or any availability of vaccine doses.

Please be aware that we don't have anything to do with the State's new Excelsior Pass app, which you can use to prove you received a complete COVID-19 vaccine in order to access certain events and attractions. If you have a question or concern about the Pass and the app used to get it, please visit

If you have questions about the vaccines that are not answered here, please call NYS' Coronavirus Hotline at 1-888-364-3065.

Public Health regularly updates vaccine information via a recording accessible by calling 845-513-2268.

For more information on the safety of the COVID-19 vaccines, visit the New York State Department of Health Frequently Asked Questions Page:

 Want to Know the Number of Vaccines Administered by Region in NYS?

Click HERE for information

8 Common Myths About The COVID-19 Vaccine Debunked

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Want more information on how the vaccines provide immunity? Click here to visit CDC's "Understanding How COVID-19 Vaccines Work". 

Have more questions on the COVID-19 Vaccine? Click here to visit the CDC's Frequently Asked Questions page. 

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