COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

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All Utahns ages 12 and older can get the vaccine.

If you are 12 to 17 years old, you can only receive the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. Visit vaccinefinder.org to find a location that offers the Pfizer vaccine.


Where can I get vaccinated?

Local health departments

Please reach out to a local health department for updates, to schedule an appointment, or if you have vaccination questions.

Utah Department of Health

1-800-456-7707

Bear River Health Department
(Box Elder, Cache, and Rich counties)

Central Utah Public Health Department

(Juab, Millard, Piute, Sanpete, Sevier, and Wayne counties)

435-623-0696 (Juab County)
435-462-2449 or 435-835-2231
(Sanpete County)
435-743-5723 or 435-864-3612 (Millard County)
435-577-2521 (Piute County)
435-836-1317 (Wayne County)
435-896-5451 (Sevier County)

Davis County Health Department
801-525-4900

Salt Lake County Health Department
385-468-7468 or 385-468-4100

San Juan Public Health Department

435-359-0038

Southeast Utah Health Department
(Carbon, Emery, and Grand counties)
435-637-3671 (Price office)
435-381-2252 (Castle Dale office)
435-259-5602 (Moab office)

Southwest Utah Public Health Department
(Beaver, Garfield, Iron, Kane, and Washington counties)
435-986-2549

Summit County Health Department

435-333-0050

Tooele County Health Department
435-277-2484

TriCounty Health Department
(Daggett, Duchesne, and Uintah counties)
435-247-1177 (Vernal office)
435-722-6300 (Roosevelt office)

Utah County Health Department
801-851-4357

Wasatch County Health Department

435-657-3276

Weber-Morgan Health Department
(Morgan and Weber counties) 
801-399-7250

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Healthcare providers

The state of Utah has partnered with healthcare providers to provide vaccinations throughout Utah.

Free community vaccination available

Community organizations are providing mobile COVID-19 vaccination sites for free. Please refer to the community calendar below for vaccination sites near you. The following organizations are also offering reocurring clinics: 


Request your own community vaccine clinic

Vaccine events now available for businesses, community groups, churches, and other organizations.

We encourage you to request a vaccine event and help Utah end the pandemic: coronavirus.utah.gov/vaccine-event-request/

COVID-19 vaccination resources for those who identify as American Indian or Alaska Native (AI/AN) 


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Vaccine distribution counter

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Population fully vaccinated
(based on 2019 population estimates)

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1000

People who are
partially vaccinated

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1000

People who are
fully vaccinated

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1000

Total vaccines
administered

*Data updated daily Monday through Friday.

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100

Males

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100

Females

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100%

Ages 70 and older

*Data updated daily Monday through Friday.

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COVID-19 Vaccinations

American Indian/Alaska Native
2047

Asian
3258

Black/African American
1142

Hispanic or Latino
8668

Native Hawaiian/ Pacific Islander
677

White alone, not Hispanic or Latino
159506

Other race
9584

Unknown
80132

*Data updated daily Monday through Friday.

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Guidance for fully vaccinated individuals
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7 facts you need to know about COVID-19 vaccines
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Additional resources

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The COVID-19 vaccination will be an important tool to help stop the pandemic. Stay up-to-date on vaccines, COVID-19 information, and Utah Department of Health recommendations so you can make informed decisions to keep yourself and your family safe and healthy.

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We are all in this together.

We recommend everyone keep practicing the health behaviors we know reduce the spread of COVID-19, until it is safer.

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Wear a mask that covers your nose and mouth when you are in close contact with anyone who doesn’t live in your home, especially indoors.

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Wash your hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds.

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Try to keep at least 6 feet or 2 meters between you and people who don’t live in your home, especially indoors.

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Stay home if you are sick.