More COVID 19 Vaccines Available for Otsego County Residents 65 Plus
Good news for Otsego County residents 65 and older, Bassett Healthcare Network has announced new COVID-19 vaccine clinics in Cooperstown this Saturday and Sunday (March 6, 7) at the Clark Sports Center. Appointments can be made by going to bassett.org until all available slots are filled. At the vaccination clinic, participants must provide proof of eligibility (a photo ID) to get their vaccine. Appointments are expected to fill fast so act now to reserve your appointment. When all appointments have been filled, you will see a message at bassett.org confirming that.
If you are unsuccessful in getting an appointment for either of the two clinics mentioned above, there are other vaccine distribution sites. Bassett states,
"In addition to the hospitals, health systems, county public health departments, and some pharmacies that are playing a role in the state’s COVID-19 vaccination plan, there are a number of New York State-operated vaccination locations being established in areas across the region, including Albany, Binghamton, and Utica. Appointments are required and fill quickly."
For future vaccine clinics, continue to monitor Bassett’s COVID-19 webpage for local and regional vaccine distribution updates and you can also monitor the Otsego County COVID-19 Vaccine clinics webpage.
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