Two small Covid-19 vaccination sites are being added to a pair of large-scale operations in Broome County.

One of the "pop-up" facilities went into operation Wednesday at St. Mary’s of the Assumption Recreation Center at 144 Hawley Street in downtown Binghamton.

The other new site at St. Ambrose School at 202 Garfield Avenue in Endicott is scheduled to open on Friday.

The locations are being operated as part of a partnership between the state and Broome County.

A man who said he was designated as an essential worker late Wednesday afternoon emerged from the Hawley Street site and said he had received a vaccination. He indicated the process went smoothly.

A state operated mass vaccination site is located at the former Gannett printing plant near CFJ Park in Johnson City.

A county-operated mass vaccination facility has been set up at the SUNY Broome Ice Center on Front Street in the town of Dickinson.

Appointments are required at the Broome County vaccination sites. Information about setting up appointments is available by clicking HERE. Information may also be obtained by calling the state's vaccination hotline: (833) 697-4829.

A vaccination center on Hawley Street in Binghamton on February 3, 2021. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)
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