Vaccines Will Remain Available

Access to COVID-19 vaccines will generally not be affected for now. The U.S. government is currently distributing free COVID-19 vaccines for all adults and children. To help keep communities safe from COVID-19, HHS remains committed to maximizing continued access to COVID-19 vaccines.

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Everyone age 6 months and older is eligible for FREE COVID-19 vaccination regardless of health insurance status.

The State of Delaware is working with pharmacies, medical providers, hospital systems, employers, and organizations to distribute COVID-19 vaccines. Vaccine options include Pfizer (6 months+), Moderna (6 months+), J & J (18 years+), and Novavax (12 years+).

Visit the CDC’s webpage with more information about staying up-to-date with your vaccines. Up-to-date means you have all recommended vaccines and boosters. The additional bivalent doses for those 65+ and the immunocompromised are considered “optional” and are not factored in to “up-to-date” status.

COVID-19 vaccines are available at many convenient locations in Delaware near you.
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Vaccines for Infants, Children, and Teens

Learn more about the importance and safety of vaccines for those ages 6 months and older, and see answers to frequently asked questions about the vaccine and safety, fertility and more.

Vaccine Info for Children
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Booster & Third Doses

Learn more about COVID-19 vaccine booster doses, additional vaccine doses for the immunocompromised, and where to get them.

Booster/Additional doses

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Vaccine Myths Vs. Facts

Learn more about COVID-19 vaccines, how to separate truth from fiction, and where to turn for trusted sources of information.

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Do you or someone you know want to get the
COVID-19 vaccine and need assistance?

If you need an accommodation because of a disability, email They may also connect you to the DHSS Aging and Disability Resource Center at 1-800-223-9074. If you are deaf or hard of hearing, call 302-424-7141.

Vaccine Information for persons with Disabilities or Access and Functional Needs

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COVID Materials

Search, download and order free resources and materials (fact sheets/flyers/social content, and more) from any of DPH’s COVID-19 campaigns.

Resources & Materials Medical Providers

About the Vaccines

Learn more about the available COVID-19 vaccines, and important safety information.
Vaccine & Safety Information

Lost Your Vaccine Record Card?

View instructions on how to search for your immunization records information.

DPH does not replace lost vaccine cards, but Delawareans can find and print their (or their child’s) vaccination record. Anyone who has difficulty finding their record can call 1-800-282-8672, or email Responses to emails and calls received after regular business hours or on weekends may take up to 48 hours.




Stats on COVID-19

For more data on Delaware COVID-19 cases including demographic breakdowns, go to My Healthy Community