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What's the nation's progress on vaccinations?

Data updated on

At least people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of the population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Percent of people receiving vaccines in the US

In the US, doses have been distributed so far, with or of the doses used.

How do vaccination rates differ based on demographics?

Data updated on

What are the ages of people receiving the COVID-19 vaccine?

Percent of people by age group receiving at least one or both doses of the vaccine.

What are the races and ethnicities of people receiving the COVID-19 vaccine?

Percent of people by race or ethnicity group receiving at least one or both doses of the vaccine.
Excluding the Hispanic/Latino category, all groups include the non-Hispanic population only.

How do COVID-19 vaccinations differ by sex?

Percent of people by sex receiving at least one or both doses of the vaccine.

Tracking vaccination progress in each state

The sections below have data on vaccinations in each state from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. They also include information from state-level agencies that show who is permitted to get vaccinations. Each state has different criteria for priority vaccinations, which will be clear below. That data will be updated at least once a week. It was last updated March 3. For up-to-date information, consult state health agency pages.

Alabama

What is the progress on vaccinations in Alabama?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Alabama?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccine Phase 1a Residents of long-term care facilities

Healthcare workers including, but not limited to: emergency medical service personnel, nurses, nursing assistants, home healthcare personnel, physicians, technicians, therapists, phlebotomists, pharmacists, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the healthcare facility, medical supply delivery, mortuary services, and persons not directly involved in patient care, but who could be exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted in the healthcare setting (e.g., clerical, dietary, environmental services, laundry, security, engineering and facilities management, administrative, billing, and volunteer personnel).
Phase 1bPeople 75 years or older

First responders including: law enforcement and firefighters

Frontline essential workers

Persons working or living in congregate settings including but not limited to homeless shelters and group homes
Phase 1cPersons 65-74 years of age

Essential workers not identified in previous phases.
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 1c Persons 16-64 years of age with high risk medical conditions (including cancer; chronic kidney disease; COPD; heart conditions such as heart failure, coronary artery disease or cardiomyopathies; immunocompromised state; solid organ transplant; obesity BMI >30 kg/m2; sickle cell disease; smoking; type 2 diabetes; and pregnancy)
Phase 2General population

Alaska

What is the progress on vaccinations in Alaska?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Alaska?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1a - Tier 1Long term care facility staff and residents

Hospital-based frontline health care workers and hospital personnel who are frequently exposed to COVID-19 patients
Phase 1a - Tier 2Frontline EMS and Fire Service personnel providing medical services, who are frequently exposed to COVID-19 patients

Community Health Aides/Practitioners

Health care workers providing vaccinations to identified populations in Phase 1a
Phase 1a - Tier 3Workers in health care settings who meet all of the following criteria: Have direct human patient contact, or have direct contact with infectious materials from patients, AND Provide essential services in a hospital, clinic, home, or community-based setting that cannot be offered remotely or performed via telework; AND Provide essential health care service in a health care setting that cannot be postponed without serious negative impact to the patient's health
Phase 1b - Tier 1 Persons aged 65 years and older
Phase 1b - Tier 2Frontline essential workers aged 50 years and older

Persons aged 50 years and older with 2 or more high-risk health conditions

People living or working in other congregate settings not covered in Phase 1a
Phase 1b - Tier 3Persons aged 55-64 years

Frontline essential workers with 2 or more high-risk health conditions

All persons aged 16 and older living in "unserved communities"
Phase 1b - Tier 4 Frontline essential workers not covered in previous Tiers
Phase 1b - Tier 5Pre K-12 education and childcare staff

Arizona

What is the progress on vaccinations in Arizona?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Arizona?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHealthcare Workers & Healthcare Support Occupations

Emergency Medical Services Workers

Long-Term Care Facility Staff & Residents
Phase 1bEducation & Childcare Workers

Protective Services Occupations

Adults 65 and Older

Essential Services/Critical Industry Workers

Adults with High-Risk Conditions in Congregate Settings
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 1cAdults of Any Age with High-Risk Medical Conditions

Adults Living in Congregate Settings
Phase 2Any Remaining Phase 1 Populations

Additional High-Risk/Critical Populations
Phase 3General Population

Arkansas

What is the progress on vaccinations in Arkansas?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Arkansas?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHigh priority health care workers Long-term care facility staff & residents

Staff in other high priority groups:
• Pharmacies
• Home health
• Private care/personal care
• Hospice care
• Dialysis centers
• Correctional staff involved in patient care and transfer
• Blood donation centers
• Primary care
• Urgent care
• College/university student health center
• K-12 health clinics and school nurses
• Dental clinics
• EMS, fire and law enforcement who serve as first responders
• Morticians/funeral home staff involved in direct contact
Phase 1bArkansans aged 70 years or older Education including K-12, child care and higher ed

Frontline essential workers in the following areas:
• Food and agricultural workers
• Firefighters/police not in 1a
• Manufacturing workers
• Grocery store workers
• Public transit workers
• U.S. Postal Service workers
• Essential government workers
• Other correctional staff
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 1cPeople who are 65-69 People who are 16-64 with high-risk medical conditions

Essential workers in the following areas:
• Transportation and logistics
• Water and wastewater
• Food service
• Shelter and housing
• Public safety
• Finance
• IT and communications
• Energy
• Media
• Public health workers

California

What is the progress on vaccinations in Calfornia?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in California?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHealthcare workers

Residents of long-term care facilities
Phase 1b - Tier 1Individuals 65 and older

Those at risk of exposure at work in the following sectors:
• Education and childcare
• Emergency services
• Food and agriculture
Phase 1b - Tier 2Those at risk of exposure at work in the following sectors:
• Transportation and logistics
• Industrial, commercial, residential, and sheltering facilities and services
• Critical manufacturing
Congregate settings with outbreak risk:
• Incarcerated
• Homeless
Not currently eligible for the vaccine Phase 1cIndividuals 50 -64 years of age People 16-49 years of age who have an underlying health condition or disability which increases their risk of severe COVID-19

Workers at risk of exposure at work in the following sectors:
• Water and wastewater
• Defense
• Energy
• Chemical and hazardous materials
• Communications and IT
• Financial services
• Government operations / community-based essential functions

Colorado

What is the progress on vaccinations in Colorado?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Colorado?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHighest-risk health care workers and individuales
Phase 1b - Tier 1People 70 and older

Moderate risk healthcare workers

First responders
Phase 1b - Tier 2People 65 to 69 years old

Pre-K through 12 educators and child care workers in licensed child care programs

Select workers in the state government
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 1b - Tier 3 Frontline essential workers

People 16 to 64 years old with two or more high-risk conditions
Phase 2 People 60 to 64 with high-risk conditions

Workers in state and local government necessary for continued operations
Phase 3General population

Connecticut

What is the progress on vaccinations in Connecticut?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Connecticut?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHealthcare Personnel

Long-Term Care Facility Residents Medical First Responders
Phase 1b - Tier 1Individuals 75 and older
Phase 1b - Tier 2Individuals between the ages of 65 and 74
Phase 1b - Tier 3Frontline essential workers
• Healthcare personnel not included in Phase 1a
• First responders
• Agricultural workers, including farmworkers
• Food service and restaurants
• U.S. Postal Service workers
• Manufacturing workers
• Grocery store & pharmacy workers
• Public transit workers
• Food banks and meal delivery services for the elderly
• Education and child-care workers
• Solid waste and wastewater workers
• Inspectors working on site in the above locations
• Frontline public and social services

Individuals with an underlying medical condition with increased risk for severe illness

Individuals between the ages of 55 to 64 years old

Educators and child care providers

Delaware

What is the progress on vaccinations in Delaware?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Delaware?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHealth care personnel with direct patient contact and care

Emergency Medical Services agencies

Long-term care staff and residents
Phase 1bPersons aged 65 and older

Frontline essential workers including: police, fire, teachers, childcare providers, food processing workers, correctional officers, and postal service, public transit and grocery workers
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 1cPersons aged 16-64 with high-risk medical conditions (Obesity, Severe Obesity, Diabetes, COPD, Heart Condition, Chronic Kidney, Cancer, Smoking, Solid Organ Transplant, Sickle Cell Disease, Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities, Severe and persistent mental/behavioral health conditions).

Persons living in high-risk group settings such as correctional facilities, homeless shelters, and group homes.

Other essential workers (Transportation and Logistics, Food Service, Shelter and Housing (construction), Finance, IT and Communications, Energy, Media, Legal, Public Safety (Engineers), Water and Wastewater). Vaccines may be available through employers.
Phase 2Persons aged 50 – 64

Persons 16 – 49 with moderate-risk medical conditions including: Asthma (moderate-to-severe), Cerebrovascular disease, Cystic fibrosis, Hypertension, Immunocompromised state, Neurologic conditions, Liver disease, Overweight, Pulmonary fibrosis, Thalassemia.

Persons living in group settings who did not receive vaccine in the earlier phases

Essential workers not able to work from home at all times
Phase 3Persons aged 16-49 Essential workers not receiving the vaccine in Phase 2
Phase 4Anyone who has not already received the vaccine in prior phases will be eligible

District of Columbia

What is the progress on vaccinations in Washington, DC?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in District of Columbia?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccineN/A

Florida

What is the progress on vaccinations in Florida?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Florida?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1Long-term care facility residents and staff

Persons 65 years of age and older

Health care personnel with direct patient contact

Persons deemed to be extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 by hospital providers
Phase 2 Long-term care facility residents and staff

Persons 65 years of age and older

Persons under 65 deemed medically vulnerable by a physician

Health care personnel with direct patient contact

K-12 school employees 50 years of age and older

Sworn law enforcement officers 50 years of age and older

Firefighters 50 years of age and older

Georgia

What is the progress on vaccinations in Georgia?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Georgia?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1Healthcare workers (physicians, nurses, laboratory technicians, EMS personnel, environmental services, etc.)

Residents and staff of long-term care facilities

Adults aged 65+ and their caregivers

Law enforcement, firefighters, first responders
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 2Essential workers (non-healthcare) who perform job tasks across critical infrastructure sectors, ensuring continuity of functions critical to public health, safety, economic and national security
Phase 3Persons aged 16-64 with medical conditions that increase the risk for severe COVID-19

Hawaii

What is the progress on vaccinations in Hawaii?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Hawaii?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHealthcare personnel

Long-term care facility residents
Phase 1bFirst responders

Frontline essential workers

Adults 75 years of age or older
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 1cAdults age 65 to 74 years

Persons 16 to 64 years with high-risk medical conditions

Essential workers not included in the previous group
Phase 2General public

Idaho

What is the progress on vaccinations in Idaho?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Idaho?

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Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1Healthcare personnel (inpatient and outpatient unable to telework)

Home care providers for older adults and people with high-risk medical conditions

Emergency medical services

Long-term care facility residents and staff

Dentists and staff

Pharmacists and staff

Public health and emergency management response workers who are unable to telework
Phase 2.1First responders (This includes law enforcement officers and dispatchers.)

Pre-K – 12th grade school teachers and staff

Child care staff

Correctional and detention facility staff
Phase 2.2Idahoans 65 years and older
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 2.3Food and agriculture workers (including food processing workers; USDA processing plant inspectors; grocery, convenience store, and food pantry workers.)

Idaho National Guard

Essential workers in manufacturing and public transit

U.S. Postal Service workers
Phase 3Other essential workers

Individuals 16–64 years of age with high-risk medical conditions
Phase 4General public

Illinois

What is the progress on vaccinations in Illinois?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Illinois?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aFrontline healthcare workers

Residents and staff of long-term care facilities.
Phase 1bFrontline essential workers: includes first responders, education, food and agriculture, manufacturing, corrections workers and inmates, USPS workers, public transit workers, grocery store workers and staff at shelters and day cares

Residents age 65 and over

Indiana

What is the progress on vaccinations in Indiana?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Indiana?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aPatient-facing Healthcare Personnel

Long-term Care Facility Residents

Workers in congregate living facility for youth (group home, residential care facility, child caring institution, private secure facility, juvenile detention facility, etc.) that have direct close contact with or provide in-person care to residents

Public-facing first responders (full-time, part-time, reservists, volunteers) who could be called to the scene of an emergency

Law Enforcement

Fire departments (including volunteer)

Emergency Medical Services Agencies

Department of Correction
Phase 1b - Tier 1Age 80 and older
Phase 1b - Tier 2Age 70 and older
Phase 1b - Tier 3Age 65 and older
Phase 1b - Tier 4Age 60 and older

Iowa

What is the progress on vaccinations in Iowa?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Iowa?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHealthcare Personnel Longer Term Care Facility Residents
Phase 1b - Tier 1First responders (e.g., firefighters, police officers, and child welfare social workers)

PK-12 school staff, early childhood education, and childcare workers
Phase 1b - Tier 2Food, agriculture, distribution and manufacturing workers who work in or live in congregate settings that do not allow for social distancing

Individuals with disabilities living in home settings and their direct care staff
Phase 1b - Tier 3Staff of and individuals living in congregate settings (does not include college dormitories)

Government officials, to ensure continuity of government including staff, engaged in state business at the Iowa Capitol during the legislative session
Phase 1b - Tier 4Inspectors responsible for hospital, long-term care, and child safety
Phase 1b - Tier 5Correctional facility staff and individuals incarcerated

Kansas

What is the progress on vaccinations in Kansas?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Kansas?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1Healthcare workers

Residents or patients in Long‐ term care (LTC), senior housing or LTC‐supported independent living

Workers critical to pandemic response continuity
Phase 2Persons Aged 65+

Congregate settings

High‐contact critical workers
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 3Aged 16‐64 with severe medical risks Other critical workers
Phase 4Aged 16‐64 with other medical risks
Phase 5Rest of population

Kentucky

What is the progress on vaccinations in Kentucky?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Kentucky?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aLong-term care facilities, assisted living facilities, health care personnel
Phase 1bFirst responders, Kentuckians age >= 70, K-12 school personnel
Phase 1cKentuckians age >= 60

Anyone older than 16 with U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) highest-risk conditions for COVID-19

All essential workers
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 2Age 40+
Phase 3General population
Phase 4Children under the age of 16 if the vaccine is approved for this age group

Louisiana

What is the progress on vaccinations in Louisiana?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Louisiana?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHospital personnel

Nursing home/long-term-care facility residents and staff

First responders to serve as vaccinators (EMS, fire personnel, law enforcement)
Phase 1bPersons ages 70 years or older in the community

Health-related support personnel (labs, mortuary, pharmacy)

Outpatient clinic providers and clinic staff

Urgent care clinic providers and staff

Community care clinic providers and staff

Behavioral health providers and staff

Dialysis providers and recipients

Home care providers (including hospice workers and recipients

Dental providers and staff

Students, residents, faculty and staff of allied health schools
Phase 1b Persons aged 65 and over

All pregnant persons

Adults aged 55 and over with any medical risk factors

Law enforcement personnel

Legislators

Some election staff

Interpreters (language and sign language) in community centers

Teachers and childcare workers

Maine

What is the progress on vaccinations in Maine?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Maine?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHealth Care Personnel Needed to Preserve Critical Health Care Services

Residents and Staff Of Long-Term Care Facilities

Other Patient-Facing Health Care Personnel

Public Safety Personnel

Critical COVID-19 Response Personnel
Phase 1b1People 70 and older
Phase 1b2People 65 and older

Adults With High-Risk Medical Conditions

Critical Frontline Workers (to be determined)
Phase 1c1People 60 and older
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 1c2People aged 50 and over
Phase 1c3People aged 40 and over
Phase 1c4People aged 30 and over

Maryland

What is the progress on vaccinations in Maryland?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Maryland?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHealth care workers

Residents and staff of nursing homes

First responders, public safety, corrections
Phase 1bAssisted living, independent living, behavioral health and developmentally disabled group homes, and other congregate facilities

Adults age 75 and older

Education and continuity of government
Phase 1cAdults age 65-74

Essential workers in lab services, agriculture, manufacturing, postal service, etc
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 2Adults 16-64 at increased risk of severe COVID-19 illness due to comorbidities Essential workers in critical utilities, transportation, food service, etc
Phase 3General population

Massachusetts

What is the progress on vaccinations in Massachusetts?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Massachusetts?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1Clinical and non-clinical health care workers doing direct and COVID-facing care

Long term care facilities, rest homes and assisted living facilities

Emergency medical services, police, and fire

Congregate care settings

Home-based health care workers

Health care workers doing non-COVID-facing care
Phase 2a Individuals age 75+

Individuals 65 and older

Residents and staff of public and private low income and affordable senior housing
Not yet eligible for the vaccinePhase 2bOther essential workers in the following sectors: K-12 and early education; transit; grocery; utility; food and agriculture; restaurant and cafe workers; consumer goods; retail; foodservice sectors; meatpackers; sanitation, public works and public health workers

Vaccine development workers

Food pantry workers and volunteers

Transit/transportation: Uber/Lyft/ride share services/pharmacy delivery drivers, workers in the passenger ground transportation industry (e.g. paratransit for people with disabilities, food delivery, non-urgent medical transport), massport workers other than police

Convenience store workers (under grocery workers)

Water and wastewater utility staff

Court system workers (judges, prosecutors, defense attorney, clerks), other than court officers who are listed under first responders

Medical supply chain workers

Funeral directors and funeral workers

Shipping port and terminal workers

Individuals with one co-morbid condition
Phase 3General population

Michigan

What is the progress on vaccinations in Michigan?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Michigan?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1a - Group 1Healthcare workers
Phase 1a - Group 2Long term care residents and staff
Phase 1b - Group APersons 75 years and over
Phase 1b - Group BFrontline State and Federal responders
Phase 1b - Group CSchool and childcare staff
Phase 1b - Group DCorrections staff
Phase 1c - Group APersons 65 years and over
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 1b - Group EOther essential frontline workers
Phase 1c - Group BPersons with COVID-19 risk factors/pre-existing conditions
Phase 1c - Group CAll other essential workers
Phase 2General Public

Minnesota

What is the progress on vaccinations in Minnesota?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Minnesota?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccine Phase 1aHealthcare personnel

Residents of long-term care facilities
Phase 1b Minnesotans 65 years and older

Pre-K through grade 12 educators and staff

Childcare workers

Mississippi

What is the progress on vaccinations in Mississippi?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Mississippi?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1Adults aged 65 and older

Anyone 16 to 64 years old with a chronic health condition

Long-term care facility residents and staff

Healthcare personnel and EMT/paramedics

Missouri

What is the progress on vaccinations in Missouri?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Missouri?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1a - Group 1Hospital staff

Long-term care facilities and residents, including Department of Mental Health (DMH)-operated facilities
Phase 1a - Group 2Home health, hospice, dialysis centers, urgent care
Phase 1a - Group 3Vaccinator staff and those administering COVID testing
Phase 1a - Group 4Congregate community healthcare settings staff and residents, including DMH contracted settings and adult day cares
Phase 1a - Group 5EMS and High-risk non-congregate healthcare, including clinics, physicians, and home care providers
Phase 1a - Group 6All remaining patient-facing healthcare providers, including but not limited to health care workers in emergency shelters, dental offices, school nurses, pharmacies, public health clinics, mental/behavioral health providers, and correctional settings
Phase 1b - Tier 1First responders

Emergency services staff

Public health infrastructure staff
Phase 1b - Tier 2Anyone aged 65 and older

Any adults with cancer, Chronic Kidney Disease, COPD, heart conditions, weakened immune system due to organ transplant, severe obesity (BMI >40), pregnancy, Sickle Cell Disease, Type 2 Diabetes, Mellitus, or individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities such as Down Syndrome
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1b Tier 3Critical Infrastructure
• Education: Teachers, faculty, and staff in public, private, and nonprofit pre K – 12.
• Childcare: Faculty and staff in a DHSS or DSS -licensed facility providing basic care to children
• Communications Sector Employees at public, private, or nonprofit organizations that provide communications services
• Dams Sector: Employees at public, private, or nonprofit organizations that provide services in the dams sector related to critical water retention and control services.
• Energy Sector: Employees at public, private, or nonprofit organizations that provide energy services, regardless of the energy source.
• Food/Agriculture Sector – initial: Employees of certain food production and processing facilities, and related operations, prioritizing mass food production, distribution, transportation, wholesale and retail sales, including grocery and convenience stores where groceries are sold; includes veterinary services.
• Government: Elected officials in any branch of government at the state, county, and/or municipal levels required for the continuity of government; members of the judiciary at the federal, state, and/or local levels required for the continuity of government; employees designated by the federal government that fall within
• Information Technology Sector: Employees at public, private, or nonprofit organizations that provide IT services.
• Nuclear Reactors, Materials, and Waste Sector: Employees at public, private, or nonprofit organizations that work in this sector.
• Transportation Systems Sector: Employees in the transportation systems sector including aviation, highway and motor carriers, maritime transportation systems, mass transit and passenger rail, pipeline systems, freight rail, and postal shipping.
• Water and Wastewater Systems Sector Employees at public, private, and/or nonprofit organizations that provide drinking or wastewater services.

Montana

What is the progress on vaccinations in Montana?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Montana?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aFrontline healthcare workers

Long-term Care and Assisted Living Facilities (LTC/ALF)

Healthcare workers with direct patient contact or virus exposure
Phase 1b Persons aged 70 years and older

American Indians and other people of color who may be at elevated risk for COVID-19 complications

Persons aged 16-69 with high-risk medical conditions. Qualifying medical conditions include: cancer; chronic kidney disease; COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease); down syndrome; heart conditions, such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies; immunocompromised state (weakened immune system) from solid organ transplant; severe obesity (BMI ≥ 40 kg/m2); sickle cell disease; type 1 & 2 diabetes mellitus; or, on a case by case basis, medical providers may include individuals with other conditions that place them at elevated risk for COVID-19 related complications.

American Indians and other persons of color who may be at elevated risk for COVID-19 complications
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 1cFrontline Essential Workers

Persons aged 60 years and older

Individuals residing in congregate care and correctional facilities

Persons aged 16-59 with medical conditions not included in phase 1B that may have an elevated-risk of COVID19 complications, including: asthma (moderate-to-severe); cerebrovascular disease (affects blood vessels and blood supply to the brain); cystic fibrosis; hypertension or high blood pressure; immunocompromised state (weakened immune system) from blood or bone marrow transplant, immune deficiencies, HIV, use of corticosteroids, or use of other immune weakening medicines; neurologic conditions, such as dementia; liver disease; overweight (BMI > 25 kg/m2, but < 40 kg/m2); pulmonary fibrosis (having damaged or scarred lung tissues); thalassemia (a type of blood disorder)
Phase 2General population

Nebraska

What is the progress on vaccinations in Nebraska?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Nebraska?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHealthcare personnel (hospitals, home health care, pharmacies, EMS, outpatient, public health)

Long-term Care Facility residents and staff
Phase 1b1Persons 65 years and older

Persons 18 years and older who have certain high risk medical conditions

First responders

Education sector staff

Critical infrastructure staff
Phase 1b2 Funeral service workers

Grocery workers

Food processing workers
Phase 1b3 Transportation workers

Postal service workers
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1cVulnerable populations (disabled, congregate living, etc)

Nevada

What is the progress on vaccinations in Nevada?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Nevada?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1Healthcare personnel

People at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19

People aged 65 years and older

Other essential workers who keep Nevada’s infrastructure operating

New Hampshire

What is the progress on vaccinations in New Hampshire?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in New Hampshire?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aAt-risk health workers

Residents of long-term care facilities

First responders
Phase 1bPersons 65 years and older

The medically vulnerable with 2 or more conditions

Intellectual and developmental disability residential facilities

Correctional facility staff

Remaining health workers and first responders
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 2aK-12 school and childcare staff
Phase 2bPeople Aged 50 and over
Phase 3aThe medically vulnerable with 1 condition
Phase 3bGeneral population

New Jersey

What is the progress on vaccinations in New Jersey?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in New Jersey?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHealthcare personnel

Long-Term Care Residents and staff

First Responders
Phase 1bIndividuals aged 65 and older

Individuals ages 16-64 with medical conditions, as defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, that increase the risk of severe illness from the virus

New Mexico

What is the progress on vaccinations in New Mexico?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in New Mexico?

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Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aAll hospital personnel

Residents of nursing homes and long-term care facilities

Medical first responders

Congregate setting healthcare workers and those workers in congregate settings who may have close contact with infected persons

Persons providing direct medical care and other in person services in the community

Home-based healthcare and hospice workers
Phase 1b - Tier 1Persons 75 years or older
Phase 1b - Tier 2 Persons 16 years or older with at least one of chronic medical conditions
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 1b - Tier 3Frontline essential workers as identified below
Phase 1b - Tier 4Residents of congregate settings
Phase 1cPersons 60 years or older

Essential workers not included in Phase 1B and who are unable to work remotely and/or telework
Phase 2General population

New York

What is the progress on vaccinations in New York?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in New York?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHigh-risk hospital workers (emergency room workers, ICU staff and pulmonary department staff)

Residents and staff at nursing homes and other congregate care facilities

Federally Qualified Health Center employees

EMS workers

Coroners, medical examiners and certain funeral workers

Staff and residents at OPWDD, OMH and OASAS facilities

Urgent Care providers

Individuals administering COVID-19 vaccines, including local health department staff

All Outpatient/Ambulatory front-line, high-risk health care workers of any age who provide direct in-person patient care

All staff who are in direct contact with patients (i.e., intake staff)

All front-line, high-risk public health workers who have direct contact with patients, including those conducting COVID-19 tests, handling COVID-19 specimens and COVID-19 vaccinations

Staff of nursing homes/skilled nursing facilities who did not receive COVID vaccination through the Pharmacy Partnership for Long-Term Care Program
Phase 1b - Part 1Individuals Age 65 and older

First Responder and Support Staff for First Responder Agencies

Fire service staff

Police and investigators

Public safety communications staff

Other sworn and civilian personnel

Corrections

In-person college instructors

P-12 school staff

Childcare providers

Grocery store workers

Public transit staff

Individuals living in a homeless shelter where sleeping, bathing or eating accommodations must be shared with individuals and families who are not part of the same household

Individual working (paid or unpaid) in a homeless shelter where sleeping, bathing or eating accommodations must be shared by individuals and families who are not part of the same household, in a position where there is potential for interaction with shelter residents
Phase 1b - Part 2Adults who have:

Cancer (current or in remission, including 9/11-related cancers)

Chronic kidney disease

Pulmonary disease, including but not limited to COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), asthma (moderate-to-severe), pulmonary fibrosis, cystic fibrosis and 9/11-related pulmonary diseases

Intellectual and developmental disabilities including Down syndrome Heart conditions, including but not limited to heart failure, coronary artery disease, cardiomyopathies or hypertension (high blood pressure)

Immunocompromised state (weakened immune system), including but not limited to solid organ transplant or from blood or bone marrow transplant, immune deficiencies, HIV, use of corticosteroids, use of other immune weakening medicines or other causes

Severe obesity (body mass index of 40 kg/m2 or higher), obesity (body mass index of between 30 kg/m2 and 40 kg/m2)

Pregnancy

Sickle cell disease or thalassemia

Type 1 or 2 diabetes mellitus

Cerebrovascular disease (affects blood vessels and blood supply to the brain)

Neurologic conditions including but not limited to Alzheimer's disease or dementia

Liver disease

North Carolina

What is the progress on vaccinations in North Carolina?

Vaccine status in the state as of

North Carolina has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In North Carolina, people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of North Carolina's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in North Carolina?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1Health care workers with in-person patient contact Long-term care staff and residents—people in skilled nursing facilities, adult care homes and continuing care retirement communities
Phase 2Anyone 65 years or older, regardless of health status or living situation
Phase 3Frontline essential workers
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 4Anyone 16-64 years old with high-risk medical conditions that increase risk of severe disease from COVID-19 such as cancer, COPD, serious heart conditions, sickle cell disease, Type 2 diabetes, among others, regardless of living situation Anyone who is incarcerated or living in other close group living settings who is not already vaccinated due to age, medical condition or job function

Essential workers not yet vaccinated in the following sectors: transportation and logistics, water and wastewater, food service, shelter and housing (e.g., construction), finance (e.g., bank tellers), information technology and communications, energy, legal, media, public safety (e.g., engineers) and public health workers
Phase 5General population

North Dakota

What is the progress on vaccinations in North Dakota?

Vaccine status in the state as of

North Dakota has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In North Dakota, people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of North Dakota's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in North Dakota?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHealth care workers in direct contact with COVID-19

First responders

Long-term care residents and staff
Phase 1bPersons age 75 and older

Persons age 65 – 74 with two or more high-risk medical conditions

Staff and persons living in other congregate settings (i.e., corrections, group homes, treatment centers, homeless shelters, etc.)

Persons age 65 and older with one or more high-risk medical conditions

Persons age 65 and older with or without high-risk medical conditions

Persons with two or more high-risk medical conditions, regardless of age

Child care workers

Workers employed by preschools or Kindergarten through 12th grade
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1cNational Guard, not previously covered

Workers enabling access to human food (i.e., grocery workers), not including restaurant workers

Public safety answering points (911)

Manufacturing related to the development or supply of COVID-19 vaccine

Other healthcare/public health workers not included in phase 1A

Free standing clinical laundries

Public transit, including bus, taxi, ride-share

Persons age 16 – 64 with one or more high-risk medical conditions

Blood bank workers not previously vaccinated

Information Technology

All other essential workers per Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)

Ohio

What is the progress on vaccinations in Ohio?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Ohio?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHealthcare workers and personnel who are routinely involved in the care of COVID-19 patients

Residents and staff in nursing homes

Residents and staff in assisted living facilities

Patients and staff at state psychiatric hospitals.

People with developmental disabilities and those with mental health disorders, including substance use disorders, who live in group homes, residential facilities, or centers, and staff at those locations.

Residents and staff at our two state-run homes for Ohio veterans.

EMS responders.
Phase 1b - Tier 1Ohioans 75 years of age and older

Those with a developmental or intellectual disability AND one of the conditions: cerebral palsy; spina bifida; severe congenital heart disease requiring hospitalization within the past year; severe type 1 diabetes requiring hospitalization within the past year; inherited metabolic disorders including phenylketonuria; severe neurological disorders including epilepsy, hydrocephaly, and microcephaly; severe genetic disorders including Down syndrome, fragile X syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome, Turner syndrome, and muscular dystrophy; severe lung disease, including asthma requiring hospitalization within the past year, and cystic fibrosis; sickle cell anemia; and alpha and beta thalassemia; and solid organ transplant patients.
Phase 1b - Tier 2Ohioans 70 years of age and older

Employees of K-12 schools that wish to remain or return to in-person or hybrid models
Phase 1b - Tier 3Ohioans 65 years of age and older
Not yet eligible for the vaccinePhase 1b - Tier 4Ohioans with severe congenital, developmental, or early-onset, and inherited conditions including cerebral palsy; spina bifida; severe congenital heart disease requiring hospitalization within the past year; severe type 1 diabetes requiring hospitalization within the past year; inherited metabolic disorders including phenylketonuria; severe neurological disorders including epilepsy, hydrocephaly, and microcephaly; severe genetic disorders including Down syndrome, fragile X syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome, Turner syndrome, and muscular dystrophy; severe lung disease, including asthma requiring hospitalization within the past year, and cystic fibrosis; sickle cell anemia; and alpha and beta thalassemia; and solid organ transplant patients.

Oklahoma

What is the progress on vaccinations in Oklahoma?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Oklahoma?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1Long Term Care Residents and staff

Healthcare workers supporting direct inpatient care

Public Health staff conducting front-line COVID-19 pandemic mitigation

Oklahoma State Licensed Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics
Phase 2aOklahoma residents who are 65 years of age or older and adults of any age with comorbidities
Phase 2bHealthcare workers providing direct COVID outpatient care and services
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 2cStaff and residents in congregate locations and worksites
Phase 2dTeachers and staff in preK-12 schools and educational settings
Phase 2ePublic health staff supporting front line efforts
Phase 3aTeachers, staff and residents in other educational settings
Phase 3bCritical infrastructure personnel as specified in the 3rd executive order
Phase 4General population

Oregon

What is the progress on vaccinations in Oregon?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Oregon?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHealth care personnel

Long-Term Care Facility (LTCF) residents
Phase 1b - Group 1Childcare providers, early learning and K-12 educators and staff
Phase 1b - Group 2People 80 and older
Phase 1b - Group 3 People 75 and older
Phase 1b - Group 4People 70 and older
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 1b - Group 5 People 65 and older

Pennsylvania

What is the progress on vaccinations in Pennsylvania?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Pennsylvania?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aLong-term care facility residents


Health care personnel

Persons ages 65 and older

Persons ages 16-64 with high-risk conditions
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 1bPeople in congregate settings not otherwise specified as long-term care facilities, and persons receiving home and community-based services

First responders

Correctional officers and other workers serving people in congregate care settings not included in Phase 1A

Food and agricultural workers

U.S. Postal Service workers

Manufacturing workers

Grocery store workers

Education workers

Clergy and other essential support for houses of worship

Public transit workers

Individuals caring for children or adults in early childhood and adult day programs
Phase 1cEssential workers in these sectors:
Transportation and logistics
Water and wastewater
Food service
Housing construction
Finance, including bank tellers
Information technology
Communications
Energy, including nuclear reactors
Legal services
Federal, state, county and local government workers, including county election workers, elected officials and members of the judiciary and their staff
Media
Public safety
Public health workers
Phase 2General population

Rhode Island

What is the progress on vaccinations in Rhode Island?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Rhode Island?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1 - Group 1Hospital staff EMS Home Health and Hospice workers at licensed agencies, Nursing home staff and residents
Phase 1 - Group 2COVID vaccinators

Community Health Center staff

COVID specimen collectors

Urgent Care

Clinic staff

Respiratory clinic staff (including clinical settings swabbing for COVID-19)

Pharmacists

Corrections medical staff and mental health workers

High-risk incarcerated

Persons (65 and older, immunocompromised, or other high-risk factors)

Other Long-Term Care Facility staff and residents (e.g., group homes that include individuals 65 and older, assisted living, elderly housing with residential services)
Phase 1 - Group 3Firefighters

Law enforcement

Residents of Central Falls and other targeted high-density communities

COVID testing lab staff

Other public health and emergency preparedness workers

School nurse teachers

Harm reduction staff

Patient-facing clinical students

Community and family caregivers enrolled in the Independent Provider or Personal Choice Programs Shared Living Program

Corrections officers/staff
Phase 1 - Group 4Providers and staff in:
• Dental
• Primary Care
• Dialysis Centers
• Other Outpatient Settings
• DCYF high-risk congregate settings who provide in-person services for adults who live with a mental health condition, substance use disorder, and/or a developmental disability

Providers and staff who:
• Conduct blood, organ, and tissue donation
• Serve as morticians, funeral home workers, and other death care professionals

Adults living in group homes for pople with:
• Mental health conditions
• Substance use disorder
• Developmental disability

Licensed healthcare workers providing in-home care
Phase 1 - Group 5Adults age 75 and older

South Carolina

What is the progress on vaccinations in South Carolina?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in South Carolina?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHealthcare workers LTCF residents and staff Admitted hospital patients, aged 65+

Persons aged 70+ with or without underlying health conditions

Mission-critical state/local government employees
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 1bFrontline essential workers including:
• Law enforcement officers
• Corrections officers
• Manufacturing workers
• Grocery store workers
• Teachers
• Daycare workers
Phase 1cAll people aged 65 and older

16–64 years old with certain underlying health conditions

Other essential workers
Phase 2General population

South Dakota

What is the progress on vaccinations in South Dakota?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in South Dakota?

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Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aFrontline healthcare workers long-term care facility healthcare workers
Phase 1bLong-term care residents
Phase 1c - Tier 1EMS Public health workers and other healthcare workers (lab & clinic staff)
Phase 1c - Tier 2Law enforcement Correctional officers
Phase 1d - Tier 1Persons aged 65 years and older
Phase 1d - Tier 2High risk patients including those on dialysis, post-transplant, and with active cancer
Phase 1d - Tier 3High risk residents in congregate settings
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 1d - Tier 4Persons with 2 or more underlying medical conditions
Phase 1d - Tier 5Teachers and other school/college staff
Phase 1d - Tier 6Funeral service workers
Phase 1e - Tier 1Fire service personnel
Phase 1e - Tier 2Public-facing workers in essential and critical infrastructure
Phase 2General population

Tennessee

What is the progress on vaccinations in Tennessee?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Tennessee?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase Age Group 1Age 75+
Phase Age Group 2Age 70+
Phase 1a1Inpatient and oither high exposure healthcare workers

Long term care facility residents and staff

First responders

Adults who cannot live independently
Phase 1a2Outpatient healthcare workers with direct patient exposure including mortuary services
Phase 1bK-12 and child care staff

First responder operations personnel
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 1cPersons 16+ with high-risk comorbidities

Caregivers of children with high-risk comorbidities
Phase 2aWorkers in critical infrastructure sectors, including:
• Social Servies
• Commercial agriculture
• Commercial food production
• Corrections staff
• Public transportation staff
Phase 2bWorkers in critical infrastructure sectors, including:
• Transportation
• Pubilc infrastructure
• Telecommunications
• Utliity/Energy
Phase 3Congregate living facilities, including corrections

Grocery workers

Texas

What is the progress on vaccinations in Texas?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Texas?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1a1Paid and unpaid workers in hospital settings working directly with patients who are positive or at high risk for COVID-19

Long-term care staff working directly with vulnerable residents

EMS providers who engage in 9-1-1 emergency services like pre-hospital care and transport

Home health care workers, including hospice care, who directly interface with vulnerable and high-risk patients

Residents of long-term care facilities
Phase 1a2Staff in outpatient care settings who interact with symptomatic patients. Such as, but not limited to:

• Physicians, nurses, and other support staff (custodial staff, etc.)
• Clinical staff providing diagnostic, laboratory, and/or rehabilitation services
• Non 9-1-1 transport for routine care
• Healthcare workers in corrections and detention facilities
• Direct care staff in freestanding emergency medical care facilities and urgent care clinics

Community pharmacy staff who may provide direct services to clients, including vaccination or testing for individuals who may have COVID

Public health and emergency response staff directly involved in administration of COVID testing and vaccinations

Last responders who provide mortuary or death services to decedents with COVID-19, including:
• Embalmers and funeral home workers who have direct contact with decedents
• Medical examiners and other medical certifiers who have direct contact with decedents

School nurses who provide health care to students and teachers
Phase 1bPeople 65 years of age and older

People 16 years of age and older with at least one chronic medical condition that puts them at increased risk for severe illness from the virus that causes COVID-19

Utah

What is the progress on vaccinations in Utah?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Utah?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHealthcare workers

Long-term care facility staff and residents

First responders

K-12 teachers and school staff
Ages 16 and older with certain underlying medical conditions

Vermont

What is the progress on vaccinations in Vermont?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Vermont?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1Healthcare personnel

Residents at long term care facilities
Phase 2Vermonters 75 years and older
Phase 3Vermonters 70 years and older
Not yet eligible for the vaccinePhase 4Vermonters 65 years and older
Phase 5Vermonters with certain high-risk conditions

Virginia

What is the progress on vaccinations in Virginia?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Virginia?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHealthcare personnel

Residents of Long Term Care Facilities
Phase 1bFrontline essential workers

People aged 65 years and older

People living in:
• Correctional facilities
• Homeless shelters
• Migrant Labor Camps

People aged 16 through 64 years with a high risk medical condition or disability that increases their risk of severe illness from COVID-19
Not yet eligiblee for the vaccinePhase 1cOther essential workers

Washington

What is the progress on vaccinations in Washington?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Washington?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1a1High-risk workers in health care settings (clinical judgment should be applied to identify who is at greatest risk using the guidance below)

High-risk first responders (clinical judgment should be applied to identify who is at greatest risk using the guidance below)

Residents and staff of nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and other community-based, congregate living settings where most individuals over 65 years of age are receiving care, supervision, or assistance
Phase 1a2All other workers at risk to COVID working in health care settings
Phase 1b1All people 65 years and older People 50 years and older in multigenerational households
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 1b2High-risk critical workers 50 years and older who work in certain congregate settings
Phase 1b3People 16 years and older with 2 or more co-morbidities or underlying conditions
Phase 1b4High risk critical workers in certain congregate settings

People (residents, staff, volunteers) in congregate living settings (e.g., correction facilities, prisons, jails, detention centers; group homes for people with disabilities) and people experiencing homelessness that access services or live in congregate settings (e.g., shelters, temporary housing)

West Virginia

What is the progress on vaccinations in West Virginia?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in West Virginia?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1a1Hospital workers

Pharmacy staff

Long-term care facility residents and staff
Phase 1a2Persons 65 years of age and older

Wisconsin

What is the progress on vaccinations in Wisconsin?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Wisconsin?

Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aFrontline health care personnel

Residents in skilled nursing and long-term care facilities

Police and fire personnel

Correctional staff
Phase 1b1Adults ages 65 and over

Education and child care staff

Individuals enrolled in Medicaid long-term care programs

Some public-facing essential workers

Non-frontline essential health care personnel

Facility staff and residents in congregate living settings.

Wyoming

What is the progress on vaccinations in Wyoming?

Vaccine status in the state as of

has received doses so far, administering or of the doses.

In , people or of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, people or of 's population have received both doses required for vaccination.

Who can get a vaccine in Wyoming?


Phase Demographic
Eligible for the vaccinePhase 1aHospital staff — direct inpatient care staff and emergency department (ED) staff, including providers working temporarily at the hospital
EMS personnel /fire department. personnel who are EMTs

Long-term care facility (LTCF)/assisted living facility (ALF) healthcare providers (HCPs)

Public health nursing (PHN) staff and other HCPs administering vaccines to critical populations in Phase 1a

Tribal public health and HCPs — receiving vaccine through Indian Health Services

PHNs and HCPs who regularly conduct COVID sample collection

Inpatient/residential behavioral health facility HCPs

Urgent care clinics and other medical clinics

Law enforcement — patrol officers and correctional facility officers (city, county, state and federal); coroners and deputy coroners

Licensed/credentialed medical and dental direct care staff working in other locations who have regular exposure to potentially positive COVID-19 patients or infectious material

PHN offices and local health departments — nurses and staff

LTCF and ALF residents and other staff not already vaccinated; intermediate care facility staff and residents

Residential service settings for people with intellectual or developmental disabilities of 3 or more Developmental Disability waiver participants (Participants and direct support professionals)

Home health healthcare providers- including aging network in-home providers

School nurses

Wyoming Public Health Laboratory and other clinical lab staff conducting COVID-19 testing if not included above; Blood Bank employees

Persons who have regular potential for exposure to COVID-19 patients;
Phase 1b Persons 70 years of age or older

Fire, police, 911, correctional staff, search and rescue, and other in-person emergency response personnel

Funeral service practitioners and in-person employees necessary for funerals

People who are >70 years of age or older.

National Guard and Air Guard members likely to be activated for response to the pandemic

In-person employees within congregate settings such as group homes, halfway houses, homeless shelters, child and youth serving facilities

Healthcare providers, behavioral health providers, and social workers unable to physically distance and unable to provide services through telehealth. Healt
hcare facility surveyor/compliance evaluator and ombudsmen.

K-12 Education (teachers and support staff)

Child care service providers

Public transit employees- community transportation buses

Grocery store employees, commercial meat processing employees, feedlot employees, other food supply chain facility employees, and food manufacturing companies with 25 or more employees

US Postal Service employees and delivery service companies (such as Fed Ex and UPS) likely to have more than 15 minutes of exposure to members of the public; Clinical laboratory specimen courier employees
Not currently eligible for the vaccinePhase 1a Individuals experiencing homelessness

Individuals living in group settings, including prison or jail

Critical infrastructure workers

Individuals living in college dormitories