According to the Arizona Department of Health Services, the COVID-19 vaccine is being allocated through local health jurisdictions using a vaccine prioritization phased approach.
Are You Currently Eligible?vaccine-phases
- Adults age 75 and older
- K-12 school staff and childcare workers
- Law enforcement/protective services (includes sworn officers and government-employed security officers)
- Phase 1A populations
Adults living in congregate settings and essential workers not already eligible will be eligible for vaccination in Phase 1B after the prioritized Phase 1B groups. Some examples of essential workers who may be eligible in this later phase include employees of:
- Food- and agriculture-related occupations
- United States Postal Service
- Transit workers
- Post-secondary education faculty and staff
According to Maricopa County, the list of eligible essential workers in the later Phase 1B stage has not yet been finalized. As such, we do not yet know what other essential service workers will be included, but industries being discussed are business and financial services, supply chain for critical goods, funeral services, critical trades, etc. Once the list is updated, it will be posted here.
If You Are Eligible, Where Do You Go?
If you are eligible pursuant to a specific phase and want to find a location near you, visit the state’s Vaccine Finder webpage at azhealth.gov/findvaccine. On this page you will see locations statewide that currently offer the vaccine, along with information about how to register at each site.
Appointments can be booked for the 24/7 state-run State Farm Stadium vaccination site and other locations through the state’s registration website at podvaccine.azdhs.gov.
COVID-19 vaccine information for each County in Arizona, see below: