County Executive Ryan McMahon Announces Expanded COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics Starting November 1

Clinic serves ages 12 and older; offers first, second, third, and booster doses to those eligible.

Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon today announced that the Onondaga County Health Department will be expanding its COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics for the week of November 1 to help meet the needs of those in the community who are now eligible for the newly approved booster shot. On October 21, the CDC announced the approval of booster shots for COVID-19 vaccines for individuals age 18 and older who are eligible.

The Health Department COVID-19 vaccine clinics for the week of November 1 will be held on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 9-11:30 am and 1-3 pm. The clinic will be offering first, second, third (for immunocompromised individuals), and booster doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. This clinic serves those ages 12 and up. Register for an appointment today at A limited number of walk-in appointments will be available, but appointments are strongly encouraged.

Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon said, “We know that the vaccine is the best tool we have to fight COVID-19. With the expansion of those eligible for the booster shot, Onondaga County will once again step up to ensure that folks can receive their shot. I continue to encourage every eligible individual to get the vaccine or booster shot.” McMahon continued, “Thank you to our team in the Health Department for their efforts to make this happen.”

All residents ages 12 and up who have not yet received a COVID-19 vaccine are urged to make an appointment at one of the many clinics and pharmacies listed on the convenient online Vaccine Finder tool at