COVID-19 City of Albany Resource Guide

  1. Vaccination Pre-Registration
  2. City of Albany Essential and Non-Essential Services Updates
  3. COVID-19 Test Sites
  4. How Do I Become A Contact Tracer?
  5. COVID-19 Symptoms & Prevention
  6. Home-Proofing for COVID-19 and Other Illnesses
  7. NYS Mandated Prohibitions
  8. Where to Access Food
  9. Restaurants Open for Take-Out/Delivery/Outdoor/50% Capacity Indoor
  10. Where to Access Childcare
  11. Domestic Violence Prevention
  12. Mental Health Support
  13. I've Lost My Job or Closed My Business as a Result of COVID-19
  14. Public Transportation
  15. Information for Various Federal, State & Local Agencies, Nonprofits & Others
  16. What to do if I cannot pay my utilities during COVID-19 outbreak
  17. What If I don't Have Health Insurance During the COVID-19 Outbreak?
  18. Where Can I Volunteer My Time to Help My Community?

Beginning Wednesday February 24 at 8am, New York State will open the Washington Ave. Armory vaccination appointment website and phone line to eligible residents living in our historically underserved neighborhoods (12202, 12206, 12207, 12209, and 12210) for appointments beginning March 3.

To make an appointment, visit: https://am-i-eligible.covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov/ or call  1-833-697-4829

For those residents who pre-registered at https://Alb.518c19.com and live in 12202, 12206, 12207, 12209, and 12210, we have reserved you a vaccination slot on either March 11, March 12, or March 13, and a member of our team will be reaching out directly to you or the person who pre-registered you to schedule your appointment.

Thanks to President Joe Biden, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Daniel McCoy - Albany County Executive, and Alliance for Better Health for partnering with the City of Albany to equitably bring vaccine to our residents.

Albany County Department of Health has more vaccine information available.