ORCARD PARK, New York (WKBW) – Confusion continues for Western New Yorkers who are trying to explore the vaccination process for a few eligible categories.
“I rescheduled the appointment and received an email from the Department of Health,” says Christine, a teacher at the University of New York.
“My wife and I are teachers, so we were able to enroll at the same time,” he says.
Christine, who hails from western Seneca, and her husband arrived at the ICC on Monday. She says she received a cancellation notice at their immunization appointment in the South.
“What am I like? Then I thought maybe they didn’t have enough vaccines.
Eri County Chief Executive Officer Mark Poloncars said Tuesday that if the county does not have enough vaccinations, it should cancel appointments.
Christine said she called the Eri County Health Department to come later.
They told me you had to go as long as you had an ID.
Christine says she and her husband went to their appointment on Wednesday morning in ICC South. She and her husband said they were able to get their vaccine without any problems, but the separation process was a problem.
“The only thing I was worried about was telling you to bring your ticket with you, and no one saw it,” she said. “I filled out my information and no one looked at that bar code to make sure I was really registered,” she said.
The Eri County Health Department said it had not sent any cancellations but said it had received some cancellation notices. If so, they will come to your appointment anyway.
“I’m grateful for it, but I certainly saw a few small squashes. That’s for sure. ”