Find Where You Can Get Vaccinated

The COVID-19 vaccine is FREE for all Delawareans.

The State of Delaware is working with pharmacies, medical providers, hospital systems, employers, and organizations to distribute COVID-19 vaccines.

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Learn more about second, third and booster COVID-19 vaccine doses here.

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

Contact our call center at:


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If you need an accommodation because of a disability, contact the DPH Vaccine Call Center at 1-833-643-1715 (select option 3), or email The Call Center may also connect you to the DHSS Aging and Disability Resource Center.

Vaccine Information for persons with Disabilities or Access and Functional Needs

We have answers to your frequently asked questions, information on where to call if you have more specific questions, and resources for you to explore.

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Vaccine Information for Ages 12-17

In May, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) amended Pfizer-BioNTech’s Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) to expand use of its vaccine to include youth ages 12-15.  On August 23, the FDA formally approved the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine for individuals 16 and older, and changed the vaccine’s name to COMIRNATY.  There was not enough data at this time to extend full approval to cover persons 12-15 or a third dose for the immunocompromised, so the EUA for Pfizer and COMIRNATY both, remains in place, covering all populations originally included in the EUA. Once additional data is available, it is expected that full approval for other categories will be granted.  If you received a first, or both doses of the vaccine of Pfizer, and will eventually need either a third or booster dose of the vaccine, you do not need to re-start the vaccine series now that the vaccine’s name has changed to COMIRNATY.   Below you can learn more about vaccinations for those under age 16, and see answers to frequently asked questions about the vaccine and safety, fertility and more.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Have more questions about the vaccine?

Visit the Vaccine specific frequently asked questions page to find the answers you are looking for.
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The COVID-19 Vaccine is Free

The COVID-19 vaccines available in the US – Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson are free to all Delawareans

Learn more about Delaware’s commitment to providing vaccines for all, and resources to help you understand your rights to access the vaccine.

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Fact: COVID-19 Vaccine is free for all Delaweareans

Discover more about the science behind the COVID-19 vaccine.

The COVID-19 vaccines available in the US – Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson – are incredibly safe and effective in preventing infection from the virus and in preventing severe illness, hospitalization and death. If you are uncertain about vaccination, talk with your health care provider or watch these videos from Delaware providers across the state.

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About Second, Third and Booster Doses

Learn more about the difference between second, third, and booster doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, and where to get them.

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Fully vaccinated?

See what steps you need to take to continue to keep yourself and others safe:

Now that you’ve been fully vaccinated, you still have to wear a face mask in public, but may not need to wear one in certain situations when you have friends or family visiting you, or you are visiting them. We’ve broken it down for you in easy to understand language.

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Misplaced your COVID-19 vaccination card?

Don’t worry, your immunization records are available.

Instructions on how to search for your immunization records information can be found here: 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.

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Report Vaccination Violations

Submit complaints about a vaccination provider by using this form, if you think they are violating any of these requirements.

Get More COVID Data

For more data on Delaware COVID cases, testing and outcomes, including demographic breakdowns, go to My Healthy Community