New York State Vaccination Information
Orange County Vaccination Information
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You may also call Librarian Joanne Lugo at 845-563-3620 for help to register for the vaccine (English/Spanish)
City of Newburgh residents can schedule a free ride to and from a vaccination appointment within 30 miles of the City of Newburgh. Advance reservation is required and can be arranged by calling the City’s Fire Department Dispatch at 845-569-7420.
The Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has challenged our society and the world in a variety of ways, with over 230 million confirmed cases world-wide and over 44 million in the U.S. The country has now had more than 700,000 deaths from COVID-19, while New York itself has had more than 2.4 million cases and over 55,000 deaths..(see the Johns Hopkins interactive map for details)
Fortunately over the last year much has been learned about Covid-19, and solutions have begun to be available. The Newburgh Library has assembled this guide to help you find reliable sources for information regarding these, and other aspects of dealing with the disease.
Since late last year several vaccines have become available to help prevent the spread of the disease and lesson severity in case of infection. More than 400 million doses of vaccine have been delivered in the U.S., and 26 million in New York. 64.6% of the population of New York is considered to be fully vaccinated.
In the top box on this page we've collected links to information on receiving the vaccine for Covid-19 here in New York.
In the other tabs, accessible above, we have links to health authorities,, national and local government sources and area libraries that can keep you informed, help you evaluate whether to get vaccinated, take precautions, and suggest fun and helpful ways to spend our time while social distancing.
But to begin with, in the boxes below we want to give you some contact numbers you can use if you need immediate assistance.
In addition the Newburgh Library has compiled a list of hotlines in a handy, downloadable pdf form: