COVID-19 Information
COVID-19 Information

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COVID-19 Vaccination Information, Updates and Education

Montefiore St. Luke’s Cornwall encourages everyone to get vaccinated against COVID-19. The REAL facts are clear; the vaccine prevents death, critical illness, hospitalization, and transmission of the COVID-19 Virus. Do your part to protect yourself, your family, and your community; GET VACCINATED!

Montefiore St. Luke’s Cornwall is proud to be partnering with the NYS and Orange County Departments of Health along with SUNY Orange to provide COVID-19 vaccination.

Please visit this link COVID-19 Vaccine Sign Up & Information | Orange County, NY (orangecountygov.com) to help you easily navigate to getting the next available appointment. You can also visit this“ Am I Eligible Link” for additional information and eligibility.

Registering for your appointment is quick and easy.
  1. To register, you will need an email address, if you do not have an email address, you may ask a friend or family member to register on your behalf utilizing their email.
  2. To create an email, go to any of the free email platforms, i.e. Gmail, Hotmail…
  3. If you are 55 or older and do not have access to a computer and are age 55 or older and need assistance, please call the Orange County Office for Ageing at 845-615-3700
  4. If you are under 55 and do not have access to a computer, please call the Orange County Department of Health at 845-291-2330 to assist you.
  5. You will need to bring with you ALL of the following items or we will not be able to administer your vaccine:
    1. Email, Screen Shot, or Hard Copy of your appointment ticket: If after you register, you do not get an email confirmation within 1-2 hours if not immediate, it is likely something went wrong in your registration. Please return to the link and register again.
    2. VALID and CURRENT Government Issued PHOTO ID- i.e. Driver’s License, Non-Driver’s License, Passport. If from out of NYS or from another Country you must the provide proof of Residency in the US AND NYS Proof of US Residency including the following: US Passport, US Social Security Card- along with government issued photo ID or a Registered Alien Card- if older version, must have a government issued photo ID.
    3. Proof of NYS Residency including: Government issued ID- NYS Driver’s License etc. If you have just relocated from out of State, we will use your Valid & Current out of state photo ID and will take any of the following as proof of NYS Residency:
      1. ID badge from your current employer in NYS
      2. Paystub from your NYS employer, if the employer is national, you will need to bring a letter from your employer indicating the NYS site you work in.
      3. Current Lease Agreement with signed letter from landlord
      4. Utility bill with your name on it for the address you are living at in NYS
      5. Bank Statement in your name addressed to you. (We only need to see the address window, not your statement).

MSLC thanks you for your decision to be vaccinated and we look forward to seeing you at your appointment! For additional information regarding the COVID-19 Vaccine and upcoming appointments, please continue to check this page.

Eligibility

To find out if you are eligible to receive the vaccine, please visit https://am-i-eligible.covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov/

For residents ages 55 years and older who require assistance with registration, please call the Orange County Office for the Aging at 845-615-3700.

Important Links to the most up to date centers for disease control (CDC) information

Myths and Facts about COVID-19 Vaccines

COVID-19 Vaccines Work

How CDC Measures COVID-19 Vaccine Effectiveness

Why CDC Measures Vaccine Effectiveness

What You Should Know About the Possibility of COVID-19 Illness After Vaccination

COVID-19 Vaccinations in the United States- Data Tracker

COVID-19 is still very active in our community and Montefiore St. Luke's Cornwall is committed to providing you with important information on staying safe and healthy throughout the pandemic.