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Here’s How To Schedule A Vaccine Appointment Through Your Local Health Department

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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – More people are becoming eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, but you’ll need to schedule an appointment to get one.

Residents should not arrive at vaccine clinics without an appointment, officials say.

According to the Utah Department of Health, local health departments are experiencing a high volume of calls and web traffic, and it may take several attempts to secure an appointment. Each department also gets a limited number of doses per week, so some residents may have to continue checking back with their local health departments.

UDOH states that everyone who wants a vaccine will be able to get one eventually.

Get more information about the COVID-19 vaccine in Utah here.

Currently, eligible Utahns include health care workers, long-term care facility staff and residents, first responders, people ages 65 and older, K-12 teachers and school staff, and residents 16 and older with certain medical conditions.

Here’s how to get an appointment at your local health department.

Bear River Health Department

The Bear River Health Department serves Box Elder, Cache and Rich counties.

Eligible residents can click here to schedule an appointment. Use the health department’s calendar to select one of the clinic days.

Those who need assistance scheduling an appointment can call 1-800-456-7707.

Central Utah Public Health Department

The Central Utah Public Health Department serves Juab, Millard, Piute, Sanpete, Sevier and Wayne counties.

The health department has created a waiting list, and as vaccines become available, health officials will contact those on the list.

If you’re 65 and older, click here to be put on the waiting list.

If you’re between 18 – 64 and have a high risk health condition, click here to be put on the waiting list.

Davis County Health Department

If you’re a K-12 teacher or staff member, click here to schedule an appointment.

If you’re a health care or behavioral health worker, click here to schedule an appointment.

If you’re an EMS or first responder, click here to schedule an appointment.

If you’re 16 and older with underling health conditions, click here to schedule an appointment.

Eligible residents who need assistance scheduling an appointment can call 801-525-4900.

Salt Lake County Health Department

If you’re 65 and older, click here to schedule and appointment.

If you’re 16 and older with certain medical conditions, click here for information on scheduling an appointment.

The county is no longer offering first-dose appointments for health care workers or other eligible residents at this time. Those who qualify are asked to schedule an appointment at a participating pharmacy.

San Juan Public Health Department

Eligible residents can click here to schedule an appointment.

Those who need assistance scheduling an appointment can call 435-359-0038

Southeast Utah Health Department

The Southeast Utah Health Department serves Carbon, Emery and Grand counties.

Eligible residents can click here to schedule an appointment.

Southwest Utah Public Health Department 

The Southwest Utah Public Health Department serves Beaver, Garfield, Iron, Kane and Washington counties.

Eligible residents can click here to schedule an appointment. Scroll down to your county and click on specific clinic day to register.

You can also receive updates on scheduling by texting “SWUHEALTH” to 888777.

Summit County Health Department 

Residents 65 and older and residents 16 and older who have certain medical conditions can click here to be notified when vaccine registration begins.

Tooele County Health Department 

Eligible residents can click here to schedule an appointment.

Eligible residents can also call 435-277-2484 to schedule an appointment.

TriCounty Health Department 

The TriCounty Health Department serves Dagget, Duchesne and Uintah counties.

Eligible residents in Uintah County can click here to schedule an appointment in Vernal.

Eligible residents in Daggett County can click here to schedule an appointment in Manila.

Eligible residents in Duchesne County can click here to schedule an appointment in Roosevelt.

Utah County Health Department

Eligible residents can click here to make an appointment.

You can also receive updates on scheduling by texting “UCHEALTH” to 888777.

Wasatch County Health Department

Eligible residents can call 435-657-3276 to make an appointment.

Weber-Morgan Health Department

The Weber-Morgan Health Department serves Weber and Morgan counties.

The health department has created a waiting list, and as vaccines become available, health officials will contact those on the list.

Eligible residents can click here to be placed on the vaccine waiting list.

Those who don’t have an email address can call 801-399-7777 to be added to the waiting list.

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