Kings County Vaccination Information

Kings County Department of Health informed me that WHCCD employees who are residents of Kings County can book appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine at the following website: or via the State's My Turn system: https:\\

If you are a resident of Kings County and want the vaccine, please schedule an appointment using one of the two systems listed above.

In addition, the Kings County Department of Health is calling people on their standby list when vaccines are available at the end of each day (due to no-shows).  All WHCCD employees are eligible, but in order to take advantage of the standby opportunity, you must:

  • be available to go to the Kings County Health Department within a short window of time (15-20 minutes after receiving the call) at the end of the day – around 4:30-5:15 p.m.  
  • answer your phone on the first attempt since the County will move on to the next person on the list if there is no answer (they don't want doses of the vaccine to go unused)
  • cancel your existing appointment if you get called on standby so that your vaccine appointment can be released to someone else
  • know that you may get a call after you've been vaccinated since there are many clinics providing the vaccine and it is difficult for the County to keep track of individual vaccines in real-time

If you are interested in having your name added to the Kings County Health Department standby list, please click on this link by March 9th to provide your phone number.   

For more information on WHCCD's vaccination efforts, please review the following page: 

Kings County Department of Public Health 
Schedule a COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Online