St. Hugh of Lincoln in Huntington Station will host Covid-19 vaccinations on Tuesday, the governor’s office said Saturday.
A link used to make an appointment was showing that all slots were booked. It is unclear whether other appointments are available.
St. Hugh is one of eight church host sites in the state added Saturday to the list of providers, and is the only one so far in Suffolk County.
The state said that churches would handle booking appointments but no one at St. Hugh was immediately available to say how that would work.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s office said that vaccinations would go from 2-6pm, and that Northwell Health is the medical partner in the process.
No further information was immediately available.
Huntington Station has had higher infection rates than many other communities on Long Island.
The governor’s office did not immediately answer questions about how many vaccinations would be available or which one–Pfizer or Moderna–would be used.
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