Find out where you can be vaccinated

Our goal is to make sure that every Delawarean who wants a vaccine can get one in a way that is fast and fair.

Please select a category below that you most identify with to view your vaccination options.

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Having difficulty accessing a computer to register for the state waitlist? Need an accommodation, or have questions about them, due to a disability?

Contact the DPH Vaccine Call Center at 1-833-643-1715 (select option 2 if you can’t access a computer or option 3 if you need an accommodation due to a disability), or email vaccine@delaware.gov. The Call Center may also connect to the DHSS Aging and Disability Resource Center.

Persons 16+ (including persons with high-risk medical conditions and their caregivers)

 

Where can I get it?

Pharmacies – View a list of major chain and some participating pharmacies at de.gov/pharmacies. Pharmacies have their own waitlist and scheduling systems separate from the state’s system.

State of DE vaccination events – Sign up for the state waitlist at vaccinerequest.delaware.gov. Don’t have computer access? Call the DPH Vaccine Call Center at 1-833-643-1715 or email vaccine@delaware.gov. Invitations for vaccination appointments are based on age and other health risk factors. Invitations may be for drive-thru events or indoor events, including those operated by our partners Curative or Vault Health.

Medical Providers (includes primary care offices, specialty providers, Federally Qualified Health Centers, and hospital systems) – call your provider for an appointment. If they are not vaccinating patients, they will provide your name and contact information to a health care system which will contact you to schedule an appointment. Providers are asked to use their clinical judgment to continue to prioritize persons with high-risk medical conditions, including disabilities.

Community-based events – Many community-based organizations partner with the state, a pharmacy, hospital system, or other medical provider to provide vaccination opportunities to people at the local level, especially those who may find it harder to access technology to sign up for the state’s waitlist or travel to a pharmacy. Sign-ups for these events are coordinated by the community organization directly and not widely publicized online to ensure they are reaching underserved people in our state.

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Long-term Care (LTC) Residents and Staff

Where can I get it?

Residents will continue to be vaccinated by LTC medical staff if the LTC is an enrolled provider.

Staff may be vaccinated by LTC medical staff if the LTC is an enrolled provider, or may make an appointment at Walgreens.

Family care givers with those who are considered high or moderate risk.


 

Frontline and Other Essential Workers

Where can I get it?

You should ask your employer if they have plans to arrange vaccination appointments or opportunities. If not, you can get vaccinated through the state, a medical provider, or a pharmacy. If you are able to get an appointment elsewhere first, you should take it.

  • Onsite if your employer has medical staff that is providing vaccinations.
  • DPH will also match an employer with a vaccinating partner. Employers: If you are interested in identifying a vaccinating partner for your employees, email VaccinePlanning@delaware.gov.
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Persons with Intellectual, Developmental or Physical Disabilities

Where can I get it?

Medical Providers (includes primary care offices, specialty providers and hospital systems) – call your provider for an appointment. If they are not vaccinating patients, they will provide your name and contact information to a health care system which will contact you to schedule an appointment. Providers are asked to use their clinical judgment to continue to prioritize persons with high-risk medical conditions, including disabilities. Patients should inquire about needed accommodations directly with the provider.

State of DE vaccination events – Sign up for the state waitlist at vaccinerequest.delaware.gov. Don’t have computer access? Call the DPH Vaccine Call Center at 1-833-643-1715 or email vaccine@delaware.gov. Invitations for vaccination appointments are based on age and other health risk factors. Invitations may be for drive-thru events or indoor events, including those operated by our partners Curative or Vault Health.

For more information on what you need to know before you go to a state-coordinated vaccination event, go to the Vaccination Events page.

Need, or have questions about accommodations due to a disability or access and functional need? Contact the DPH Vaccine Call Center at 1-833-643-1715 (select option 3) or email vaccine@delaware.gov. Homebound individuals may also use this number and email.

Pharmacies – View a list of major chain and some participating pharmacies at de.gov/pharmacies. Pharmacies have their own waitlist and scheduling systems separate from the state’s system. Patients should inquire about needed accommodations directly with the pharmacy.

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Persons 65+

 

Where can I get it?

State-coordinated opportunities – If you are age 65 or older and have not yet gotten a COVID vaccine, call the DPH Vaccine Call Center at 1-833-643-1715 (select option 3) or email vaccine@delaware.gov. Homebound individuals can also use this number to inquire about arrangements to get vaccinated.

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Before you go – here’s what to know:

  • The COVID-19 vaccine is free.
  • 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.
Fact: COVID-19 Vaccine is free for all Delaweareans
Do you or someone you know want to register for the state vaccination waitlist and do not have regular computer access? Contact our call center at 1-833-643-1715

Ready for your 2nd dose?

Learn about how, when and where to get your second dose.

Learn more

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.

Learn more

 

 

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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.

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