State-By-State Information to Getting Vaccinated for COVID-19

Alabama

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, nursing home residents, corrections workers and law enforcement, first responders, people 65 and older, essential workers, food and manufacturing workers, childcare and education workers, and judiciary workers.

Tip: Visit ALCovidVaccine.gov to see if you’re eligible and Alabama’s Vaccine Clinic Dashboard to find a vaccination site near you.

Alaska

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: People ages 65 and older, people 50 and older with high-risk medical conditions, people 50 and older who are essential workers working in tight conditions, childcare and education workers, most healthcare workers, and people living or working in congregate settings.

Tip: Take this quiz to find out if you’re eligible and find a vaccine provider here.

Arizona

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care residents and workers, childcare and education staff, people ages 65 and older, protective services workers, essential workers, people living in congregate settings, and adults with chronic medical conditions.

Tip: Book an appointment here and locate a vaccine provider on this map.

Arkansas

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care residents and workers, first responders, people ages 65 and older, childcare and education workers, and death care workers.

Tip: Find a vaccination location here.

California

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care residents, people ages 65 and older, food and agriculture workers, childcare and education workers, and first responders.

Tip: Sign up here to be contacted when you’re eligible. Local health jurisdictions and pharmacies are also offering appointments.

Colorado

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care residents and staff, people ages 65 and older, first responders, childcare and education workers, and people involved in the continuity of government.

Tip: Click here to find a vaccine provider.

Connecticut

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care residents, medical first responders, people ages 65 and older, and people living or working in congregate settings.

Tip: You can sign up for the state’s enrollment list here, and find a vaccination provider near you here.

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Delaware

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care residents and staff, first responders, education staff or teachers, essential workers, and people ages 65 and older.

Tip: Click here to find a vaccine provider and request an appointment here.

Florida

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, people ages 65 and older, long-term care residents and staff, and people who are extremely vulnerable to COVID-19.

Tip: You can preregister here and find a vaccine provider here.

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Georgia

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care residents and staff, people ages 65 and older, family caregivers, and first responders.

Tip: You can preregister here and find a list of vaccination sites here.

Hawaii

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, people ages 75 and older, essential workers, first responders, and childcare and education workers.

Tip: You can register for the vaccine here and companies that employ essential workers can fill out this form to coordinate vaccinations.

Idaho

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, people ages 65 and older, long-term care facility residents and staff, home care workers, first responders and emergency workers, public health workers, and correctional facilities staff.

Tip: Click here and scroll down to find a provider and make an appointment. Various districts have different public health points of contact, which you can find here.

Illinois

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, people ages 65 and older, essential workers, first responders, correction workers and inmates, manufacturing workers, and food and agriculture workers.

Tip: You can find a vaccine location to make an appointment here.

Indiana

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, people ages 60 and older, first responders, and people in contact with infectious material.

Tip: Click here to register and make an appointment. You can find a list of vaccination sites here.

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Iowa

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care residents, people ages 65 and older, first responders, childcare and education workers, essential workers, people with disabilities living in home care and their caregivers, people living or working in congregate settings, government officials, inspectors, and corrections workers and inmates.

Because of limited supply, not everyone who’s eligible will be able to get the shot, so the state has created a tiered approach.

Tip: Complete an assessment here on TestIowa.com, then call and schedule an appointment at a vaccine provider listed on TestIowa’s homepage. Here’s a guide to making an appointment.

Kansas

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, home care workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, people in contact with infectious material, veterinarians, first responders, people ages 65 and older, childcare and education workers, food processing and agriculture workers, manufacturing workers, essential workers, and people living or working in congregate settings.

Tip: Click here to find a vaccination site and schedule an appointment. Contact your local health department if you have questions about your eligibility.

Kentucky

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, people ages 70 and older, first responders, and childcare and education workers.

Tip: Click here to find a vaccination site and make an appointment. You can see if you’re eligible and sign up for updates here.

Louisiana

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, people ages 65 and older, home care workers, sign language and foreign language interpreters working in community or clinic-based settings and their patients who are deaf or blind, first responders, Unified Command Group members, some elections staff, childcare and education workers, pregnant people, and people over 55 with select chronic conditions.

Tip: Click here to find a vaccination site and make an appointment.

Maine

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, first responders, pandemic response workers, people ages 70 and older and depending on availability people 65 and older, people with high-risk medical conditions, and certain essential workers.

Tip: Click here to find a vaccination site and make an appointment.

Maryland

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, people living or working in congregate settings, some essential workers, people ages 65 and older, first responders, adults with severe chronic conditions, correctional facilities staff, childcare and education workers, and continuity of government workers.

Tip: Click here to find a vaccination site and make an appointment.

Massachusetts

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, people ages 65 and older, first responders, people living or working in congregate settings, long-term care facility residents and staff, and people with certain chronic medical conditions.

Tip: Click here and scroll down to see if you’re eligible, then go here to find a vaccination site and schedule an appointment.

Michigan

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, people ages 65 and older, essential workers, people living or working in congregate settings, and childcare and education workers.

Tip: Click here to find a vaccination site and schedule an appointment.

Minnesota

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, people ages 65 and older, and childcare and education workers.

Tip: Fill out this questionnaire to determine if you’re eligible. If you are, you’ll receive steps for finding a vaccination site and scheduling an appointment. You can find a list of vaccine sites here.

Mississippi

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, childcare and education workers, first responders, people ages 65 and older, adults with chronic health conditions, and long-term care facility residents and staff.

Tip: Click here and scroll down to find a vaccine provider and make an appointment. You can make a drive-thru vaccination appointment here.

Missouri

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, first responders, and adults with certain chronic health conditions.

Tip: Click here to find a vaccination site and make an appointment. Click here for details on mass vaccination events or to preregister.

Montana

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, people ages 70 and older, adults with chronic health conditions, and American Indians and other people of color who may be at elevated risk for COVID-19 complications.

Tip: Click here to visit your county health department’s website and request a vaccine appointment.

Nebraska

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, people ages 65 and older, first responders, utility workers, corrections staff, childcare and education workers, and homeless shelter workers.

Tip: Click here to register for a vaccine. When you’re eligible you’ll receive more information with steps for scheduling an appointment.

New Hampshire

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, people over age 65, adults with chronic health conditions, people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, corrections staff, and first responders.

Tip: Click here to see if you’re eligible and go here to register for an appointment.

New Jersey

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, first responders, and adults with chronic health conditions.

Tip: Click here to register for the vaccine and here to find a vaccine location and schedule an appointment.

New Mexico

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, first responders, adults with chronic health conditions, people who work in congregate settings, home care and hospice workers, and people ages 75 and older.

Tip: Click here to register for a vaccine. When you’re eligible, you’ll be contacted with more information.

New York

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, first responders, adults with chronic health conditions, people ages 65 and older, police and investigations workers, public safety and court officials, corrections workers, childcare and education workers, essential workers, people living or working in congregate settings, people exposed to infectious materials, and people over age 16 with health conditions that make them at risk for COVID-19.

Tip: Click here to see if you’re eligible and make an appointment. Go here to submit a vaccine form.

North Carolina

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, and people ages 65 and older.

Tip: Click here to see a list of vaccination providers and schedule an appointment.

North Dakota

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, people living or working in congregate settings, people ages 65 and older, adults with chronic health conditions, childcare and education workers, National Guard, food handlers, first responders, pandemic response workers, and essential workers.

Tip: Click here to see a list of vaccination providers and schedule an appointment.

Ohio

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, people with developmental disabilities or mental health disorders who live at group homes or hospitals, residents and staff at homes for Ohio veterans, school employees, first responders, people ages 65 and older, and adults with certain chronic health conditions.

Tip: Click here to see a list of vaccination providers and schedule an appointment.

Oklahoma

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, first responders, people ages 65 and older, adults with chronic health conditions, and childcare and education workers.

Tip: Fill out this questionnaire to see if you’re eligible and get help scheduling an appointment. Click here for a list of vaccination providers.

Oregon

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, childcare and education workers, tribal health programs, first responders, hospice programs, corrections workers and inmates, caregivers, people with medical conditions that receive treatment at home, and people ages 70 and older.

Tip: Use this tool to see if you’re eligible, receive updates about when you’re eligible, and find a vaccine provider. You can find vaccine information by county here.

Pennsylvania

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, people exposed to infectious materials, people ages 65 and older, and people with chronic health conditions.

Tip: Take this quiz to see if you’re eligible. Philadelphia residents should sign up here for updates. Click here to find a list of vaccination locations and schedule an appointment.

Rhode Island

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, first responders, people living or working in congregate settings, people ages 65 and older, caregivers, home healthcare workers, individuals experiencing homelessness, death care professionals, and pandemic response workers.

Tip: Click here for help scheduling an appointment at a state-run site, pharmacy site, or county-run vaccination site.

South Carolina

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, admitted hospital patients, people ages 65 and older, testing and vaccination site employees, government employees, first responders, and home health and hospice workers.

Tip: Click here to find a vaccine provider and schedule an appointment.

South Dakota

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, public health workers, first responders, corrections workers, people ages 65 and older, adults with chronic medical conditions, and high-risk people living in congregate settings and group homes.

Tip: Take this quiz to see if you’re eligible and click here to see a list of vaccination providers in each county.

Tennessee

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, first responders, adults who can’t live independently, Pre-K through 12 childcare teachers and staff, environmental services, teens ages 16–17 with high-risk conditions, death care workers, people ages 70 and older, and people who live in a group home or hospital due to a medical condition or developmental disability.

Eligibility varies by county, so find specific criteria here.

Tip: Use this map to request an appointment in your county.

Texas

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, people ages 65 and older, and adults with a chronic health condition.

Tip: Find a large vaccination hub here and check out this map that lists vaccine providers that you can contact to set up an appointment.

Utah

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, people ages 65 and older, childcare and education workers, and first responders.

Tip: You can sign up for vaccine updates here. Find information for contacting your local health department to set up an appointment here and set up an appointment at a pharmacy here. You can also request an appointment with Nomi Health here.

Vermont

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, first responders, and people ages 70 and older.

Tip: You can make an appointment through the health department, Kinney Drugs, or a local Walgreens.

Virginia

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, frontline essential workers, people ages 65 and older, adults with chronic health conditions, and people living in congregate settings.

Tip: Take this quiz to find out when you’re eligible and preregister here. Click here for detailed information on how to request an appointment at a state vaccination event, CVS, or Walgreens.

Washington, D.C.

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, first responders, people ages 65 and older, individuals experiencing homelessness, childcare and education workers, corrections workers, continuity of government staff, police staff, essential workers, food packaging and manufacturing workers, and health and social services workers.

Tip: Sign up for vaccine updates here and find a list of vaccine providers where you can schedule an appointment here.

Washington

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, first responders, people ages 65 and older, and people 50 and older who live in a multigenerational household.

Tip: Take this quiz to see when you’re eligible. Find a list of vaccine providers where you can schedule an appointment here.

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West Virginia

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, first responders, childcare and education workers, continuity of government staff, public health officials, utilities and transportation workers, and people ages 65 and older.

Tip: Preregister for the vaccine here and find a vaccination clinic here. You can also contact your local health department for more information.

Wisconsin

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, first responders, correctional workers, and people ages 65 and older.

Tip: You can schedule an appointment at Walgreens here or contact your primary care physician. Local health departments are coordinating vaccinations with certain employers.

Wyoming

Public Health Department

Currently eligible: Healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, people exposed to infectious materials, people with developmental disabilities living in residential care facilities, police and correction workers, home care providers, people ages 65 and older, essential workers, caregivers for medically vulnerable individuals who can’t get vaccinated, people living or working in congregate settings or college dorms, childcare and education workers, individuals experiencing homelessness, critical infrastructure workers, and death care workers.

Tip: You can preregister here, find your county’s distribution plan here, or schedule an appointment at select Walmart locations and Sam’s Clubs locations here.

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