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Schenectady County Reaches 100,000 Fully Vaccinated Residents

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According to New York State’s COVID-19 Vaccine Tracker website, over 100,000 Schenectady County residents have completed the COVID-19 vaccine series, which is equal to approximately 64 percent of the total County population.

Schenectady County is currently ranked second in New York State for adult vaccination, with 82.6% of residents 18 years of age or older having had at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose.1

“We’re incredibly proud of how the Schenectady County community has stepped up to protect themselves, their families, and fellow residents,” said Schenectady County Legislator Sara Mae Pratt, Vice-Chair of the Health & Human Services Committee. “While Schenectady County is ranked second in New York State for adult vaccination, our county also meets the CDC threshold for precautionary masking at this time. Breakthrough cases are occurring, and there are still neighborhoods, age groups, and areas that are incredibly vulnerable to COVID-19. If you have questions about vaccination, we encourage you to reach out to your primary care provider or visit one of our community PODs to speak with our public health staff.”

Get Vaccinated at Home - Schenectady County Delivers Vaccine Program

Schenectady County residents who are unable to get vaccinated for COVID-19 at our community PODs may be able to get vaccinated at home through the Schenectady County Delivers vaccine program. Residents who are interested in this program should call (518) 836-2400, Monday – Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm. Residents can also leave a message with their name and contact information, and someone will call them back. Over 175 first-doses have been administered through this program to date.


1Data is from August 2, 2021 at 11am.