COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Information

Auburn Community Hospital is routinely scheduling first dose COVID-19 vaccination appointments for eligible community members. Information on upcoming clinics is listed below. If no appointments are currently available, please use the form below to sign up for our wait list.


If you have not yet received your COVID-19 Vaccine you may be interested in one of the upcoming COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics listed below.

Please be advised that if you desire a Pfizer booster vaccinate you can receive the vaccine at one of the clinics below or at a local retail pharmacy. The only authorized booster vaccine at this time is Pfizer and is for those 18 and older who have completed the 2 dose Pfizer vaccine 6 or more months ago. Children 12 and older are also eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine 2 dose series.

The Cayuga County Health Department will be holding a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on the Saturday, October 16, 2021 from 10am-12pm at the Fingerlakes Mall. The clinic will be held in the former Joann Fabric location. You must enter the clinic through the outside door at the front of the mall. Please look for signs to the left of the Bass Pro Shop.

All three COVID-19 vaccines will be offered. REGISTRATION WILL BE REQUIRED. To register for an appointment visit:

Moderna and Johnson & Johnson are approved for those who are 18 years of age and older.

Children 12 years of age and older are eligible for the Pfizer vaccine and a parent or guardian must accompany anyone under 18 years of age at this clinic.

Cayuga County Health Department is participating in the #VaxtoSchool campaign, which is program administered by New York State to target unvaccinated 12-17 year olds to get vaccinated. Any child in this age group who receives their first or second dose Pfizer vaccine beginning October 2, 2021 through November 19, 2021 at a Cayuga County Health Department vaccination clinic will be given a $25 Amazon gift card. COVID19 is still a risk for individuals of all ages, including children and adolescents and getting vaccinated is the best way to protect yourself, friends, family and our school communities from the virus.