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Schenectady County Announces June COVID-19 Vaccine POD Schedule

Schenectady County Seal

Vaccine Trolley Stops at 2 Locations on Thursdays

Schenectady County announced its June COVID-19 Vaccine PODs. No appointments are needed – individuals can just show up to any of these PODs to receive a vaccination.

Schenectady County is working to increase vaccine accessibility throughout the County by offering PODs in multiple locations at various times of the day. The County currently ranks first in New York State for adult (18+) vaccination – 76.5% of County residents have received at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose1.

“Accessibility is key to getting our community vaccinated,” said Schenectady County Legislator Sara Mae Pratt, Vice Chair of the Committee on Health and Human Services. “Our Public Health team is offering COVID-19 vaccines 6-days a week in June to make it easier for families to access. If you aren’t already vaccinated, we encourage you to visit one of our June PODs to receive a free vaccine.”

June Community PODs

Schenectady County is holding regular free COVID-19 vaccine PODs 6-days a week in June. All PODs are open to walk-ins – no appointment needed.

Proof of age is required. For individuals younger than the age of 18, a parent or legal guardian must provide consent for vaccination, either verbally while accompanying the minor to the vaccination appointment, or by phone at the time of the vaccination appointment. If the minor is 12-15 years old, they must arrive with a parent or guardian OR they need to bring another adult caregiver who has a signed designation (consent form) from the parent or guardian and the parent/guardian must be available by phone. Consent forms are available at


10am-12pm (Johnson & Johnson 1-shot)

Schenectady County Department of Social Services

797 Broadway, 12305



5-7pm (Moderna 2-shot series)

SUNY Schenectady – Elston Hall

78 Washington Ave., 12305


10am-12pm (Johnson & Johnson 1-shot)

Schenectady Community Action Program (SCAP)

913 Albany Street, 12307


9-11am (Moderna 2-shot series)

SUNY Schenectady – Elston Hall

78 Washington Ave., 12305

Thursdays: Trolley PODs

11:30am-2pm (Pfizer 2-shot series; Johnson & Johnson 1-shot)

SiCM Food Pantry

837-839 Albany Street, 12307


3-5:30pm (Pfizer 2-shot series; Johnson & Johnson 1-shot)

Islamic Center of Schenectady parking lot

89 N. Brandywine, 12307


12-4pm (Johnson & Johnson 1-shot)

Boys & Girls Clubs of Schenectady – Adeline Wright Graham Clubhouse

104 Education Drive, 12304


10am-2pm during Schenectady Greenmarket (Moderna 2-shot series; Johnson & Johnson 1-shot)

Hon. Karen B. Johnson (Central) Library

Outside on Corner of Clinton and Liberty Streets, 12305

Schenectady County Delivers Vaccine Program

Schenectady County residents for whom childcare or other concerns have created a significant barrier to getting vaccinated may be able to receive COVID-19 vaccines 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. The program prioritizes individuals who are homebound for medical reasons. Staff will work with residents to address other accessibility challenges as staffing and logistical capacity allow.

Vaccine Eligibility

Current eligibility by vaccine manufacturer:

Moderna vaccines – 18+

Pfizer vaccines – 12+

Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccines – 18+


1 Vaccine data as of 11am on 6/2/2021