Westchester County Department of Health offers Monkeypox Vaccine to Residents

July 18, 2022

Westchester County is working to protect residents from the monkeypox virus. The monkey pox vaccine is a two dose vaccine with 28 days between doses for adults 18+.


Westchester has distributed doses of monkeypox vaccine to various community providers:

  • Westchester     Medical Center – 100 Doses
  • Open Door     Family Medical Center – 100 Doses
  • White Plains     Hospital/Family Medicine Clinic – 10 Doses
  • St John’s     Riverside Hospital’s Hope Community Center – 100 Doses
  • Westchester     County Department of Health – 50 Doses


Westchester County has access to roughly 520 shots which will be distributed through the Department of Health clinic at 134 Court Street in White Plains on Mondays (from 10am to 3:30pm) and Wednesdays (from 4pm to 7pm).


Residents can register to receive the monkeypox vaccine at the 134 Court Street location here: https://health.westchestergov.com/


Click here for fact sheet regarding monkeypox.

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