We are currently in Phase 1B
The State of Delaware is offering multiple options for people to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Currently, health care personnel and long-term care residents/staff under Phase 1A, as well as individuals 65 and older are eligible to receive the vaccine. Not all frontline essential workers are eligible for vaccination at this time. It will likely take several weeks to reach all frontline essential workers in this phase due to limited vaccine supply. Specific guidance will come from employers if they are eligible at this time.
When supply is more widely available, frontline essential workers should look for further information directly from their employers.
Persons 65 and older should review the below options for receiving the vaccine.
Both before and after getting the COVID-19 vaccine, you should continue to wear a mask, maintain social distancing and wash and sanitize your hands frequently.
Before you go – here’s what to know:
- You cannot receive the vaccine if you have gotten the flu, shingles or other vaccine in the last 14 days.
- If you have received either monoclonal antibodies or convalescent plasma as a treatment for COVID-19 infection, you must wait 90 days before getting vaccinated.
- If you are a close contact that is deemed to require quarantine due to COVID-19, you should not get the vaccine until out of quarantine.
- If you are currently diagnosed with COVID-19 and advised to isolate, you should not get the vaccine until out of isolation.
Facts at a Glance:
- Free to all Delawareans.
- Multiple locations available.
- Multiple settings available.
*Please note, if you fall into Phase 1A and have yet to receive your vaccine you are still eligible.
Delawareans please be careful. There are reports about a potential phone scam in which scammers are claiming to be from the State of Delaware offering the COVID-19 vaccine for a cost of $75. This is false. Hang up & do not provide any personal or financial info. Please report these calls to the Department of Justice Consumer Protection Unit at de.gov/consumer or by phone at (800) 220-5424.
In Phase 1B? See below to find out where you can get the vaccine:
Learn more about where and how you can get vaccinated if you fall into Phase 1B. Please note: vaccinations currently are focused on vaccinating individuals 65 and over, as well as serving remaining Phase 1A individuals.
Select an Option Below to Learn More:
Information About Getting Your Second Dose
We know you may have lots of questions about how, when and where to get your second dose.Learn More
In Phase 1A and haven’t received a vaccine yet?
If you fall into Phase 1A and have yet to receive your vaccine, you are still eligible. Efforts will continue to vaccinate Phase 1A health care personnel and long-term care residents and staff who have not yet been vaccinated.
Health care practices seeking vaccination opportunities can find additional information on the Medical Provider page here.
Online appointments only
You will register and staff will call to schedule appointments
No walk-ins/phone/email scheduling
Only health care workers should email for this link
To access an appointment for this location, please email VaccinePlanning@delaware.gov
Put “Aspira – Phase 1A request” in the subject line
Report Vaccination Violations
Additionally, any health care provider who intentionally or willfully provides or distributes, or who supervises someone who intentionally or willfully provides or distributes the COVID-19 vaccine to any individual who is not authorized to receive such vaccine pursuant to the Vaccination Guidance is guilty of unprofessional conduct as defined in Title 24 and may be subject to licensure discipline. Send your complaints to Division of Professional Regulation about this conduct.
Get More COVID Data
For more data on Delaware COVID cases, testing and outcomes, including demographic breakdowns, go to My Healthy Community