COVID-19 Vaccine Registration
The priority groups below are now eligible. All vaccine Points of Dispensing (POD’s) listed on this portal are operated by the Provider. Questions regarding appointments can be directed to the listed Provider.
Phase 1a Population Description: Healthcare workers, as well as residents and personnel in long-term congregate care facilities where high rates of transmission and outbreaks can occur.
Health care personnel
Non-hospital health care: Medical outpatient clinics, Public health clinics, Local Health Department Points of Distribution (PODs), Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), Home health care workers, Home health aide
Long-term care facility staff and all residents: Skilled Nursing Facilities, Assisted Living Facilities, Intermediate Care Facilities for Persons with Developmental Disabilities, Intermediate Care Facilities for Persons with Severe Mental Illness, State-run Veterans’ Homes, State-operated Centers for Persons with Developmental Disabilities, State-operated Mental Health Centers, Residential Treatment Centers for Substance Abuse
Other identified congregate care staff and all residents: Continuing Care Residential Facilities, Residential Care Adult Homes, Supportive Housing for Seniors, Supportive Residential Facilities for Persons with Developmental Disabilities, Supportive Residential Facilities for Persons with Severe Mental Illness, Community Integrated Living Arrangements, Supervised Residential Facilities for Persons with Developmental Disabilities, Supervised Residential Facilities for Persons with Severe Mental Illness
Phase 1b Population Description: Persons who have been disproportionately affected by COVID-19 and frontline workers with higher risk of exposure due to their inability to work remotely and proximity to coworkers or the public.
Age 65 or older
Frontline essential worker (Below are examples of frontline workers within the eligible categories for Phase 1b);
First responders: Fire, law enforcement, 911 worker, security personnel, school officer
Education: K-12 teacher, school administrator, student support staff, student aide, day care worker and center-based childcare provider, home visiting provider, early intervention therapists, Head Start/Early Head Start provider, Preschool for All provider
Food and agriculture: Processing plants, veterinary health, livestock services, animal care
Manufacturing: Industrial production of goods for distribution to retail, wholesale, or other manufacturers
Corrections workers and incarcerated individuals: Correctional officer and staff, jail officer and staff, juvenile facility staff, a worker providing in-person support or services, incarcerated individuals
United States Postal Service workers
Public transit worker: Flight crew, bus driver, train conductor, taxi driver, para-transit driver, in-person support, ride sharing service driver
Grocery store worker: Bagger, cashier, stocker, pickup, customer service
Shelters and adult day care staff: Homeless shelter, women’s shelter, adult day/drop-in program, sheltered workshop
Phase 1b Plus Population Description: Persons with specific health-complicating conditions or status.
Chronic Kidney Disease
Solid Organ Transplant
Sickle Cell Disease
Persons with a Disability (Not otherwise covered in previous categories.)
You must complete the questionnaire below to verify you are eligible for vaccination at this time. If you are eligible, you may request an appointment to receive your vaccination. At your appointment, you may be required to provide proof of employment as the priority group you are registering under, using an employee ID, a recent letter from your employer, or a recent pay stub. If you are not eligible in this phase, your vaccination appointment will be rejected. These POD’s are operated by the respective provider. Questions regarding appointments can be directed to the provider.
Note: Enrolling in multiple appointments at multiple sites will void your appointments. Please enroll for only one appointment.