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COVID-19 Vaccination Info For All 50 U.S. States

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COVID-19 aka Coronavirus managed to take the world by storm. The pandemic has been around for quite some time now, and managed to disrupt everyone’s lives. There have been over 150 million cases of COVID-19 at the time of writing this article, with over 3 million deaths on a global scale. In the U.S. alone, we’ve seen over 30 million cases, with almost 600,000 deaths. In order to help fight COVID-19, we’ve decided to compile this article which contains official vaccination info for all 50 U.S. states, in addition to COVID-19 (tracking) apps.

Down below, you’ll find a list of all 50 U.S. states. All 50 of them have official vaccination information, while the vast majority of them have official COVID-19 apps that you can download. You’ll see which ones are missing based on the table below. That being said, all the vaccination information comes directly from government health departments for each U.S. state. Some links lead to general state health department websites, as that’s where vaccination information and scheduling can be found. In some cases, we had to link to sub-links, in order to access vaccination information, to help you apply, and get vaccinated.

In the article, we’ll talk about each of these links separately, giving you more detailed instructions on how you can schedule an appointment to get vaccinated. When it comes to apps, these are mostly COVID-19 tracking apps, and many of them are simply not that good. Some of them are actually the same for multiple sites, but carry different names. Some of them do serve more than one purpose and are quite good, though, so you can get some vaccination info in some of them, but not all.

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If you do notice that there is an app link missing for one of the states, do not hesitate to reach out, and we’ll upload the article. We did our best to round them all up, though, but still recommend using the provided websites. This list will hopefully help some of you get vaccinated. Let’s hope that COVID-19 will become just a bad memory, and soon.

COVID-19 Apps & Vaccination Info For All 50 U.S. States

U.S. stateVaccine info & schedulingCOVID-19 (tracing) app
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming

COVID-19 Vaccine Information, Scheduling & Apps

Below you’ll find links to vaccination websites for every country, along with more detail about them. In addition to that, links for COVID-19 (tracing) apps have also been included below, for countries that have them.

All app download links go to the app’s Google Play Store listing. Users are always recommended to download apps from Google Play or an authorized app store. We recommend you not to download such apps from third-party sites.

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Alabama

Alabama

The link below will take you to Alabama’s COVID-19 vaccination eligibility check and scheduling portal. There, you’ll find all the necessary information, and you’ll be able to schedule an appointment without a problem. Simply tap the “Schedule Vaccine” box on the website, and you’ll be able to make an appointment at ADPH locations. Before that, though, you’ll need to confirm eligibility. If you’d like to know more about the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Alabama, tap the “More Information” box / link.

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Alaska

Alaska

The provided link will take you to the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, well, to its website. It will take you directly to the vaccination information. Anyone who lives in Alaska can get vaccinated, as long as they’re over 16 years of age. You can easily get an appointment by tapping the “Schedule Your Appointment Today” on the provided website. Or, alternatively, you can call 1-907-646-3322 from 9 AM to 6:30 PM on weekdays,
and 9 AM to 4:30 PM on weekends.

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Arizona

Arizona

If you access the Arizona Department of Health Services, via the link below, you’ll get a bevy of COVID-19 information. Here, you’ll be able to see COVID-19 locations on the map, along with COVID-19 testing locations. If you need to schedule an appointment, that’s not a problem at all. All you have to do is tap on the “Vaccines website” link, which is the part of the first paragraph on the site. From there, you’ll be able to get all the information. If you need more COVID-19 information in general, simply call this number -> 1-844-542-8201.

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Arkansas

Arkansas

The Arkansas Department of Health is the place to get all the necessary COVID-19 info. If you tap the link below, you’ll get a ton of information, and also be able to find out everything you need about vaccinations. First and foremost, if you’re over 16, you’re eligible to get vaccinated. You can schedule an appointment at a community pharmacy without a problem. There’s also a link for a list of clinics on the website. If you’d like to schedule an appointment over the phone, simply call 1-800-985-6030.

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California

California

The California Department of Public Health is where the provided link will take you. In fact, it will take you directly to the COVID-19 vaccines part of that website. On that website, it’s clearly stated that you can schedule an appointment online, and via the phone, if you’re eligible, of course. Tap the “Visit myturn.ca.gov” link provided on the site, or call (833) 422-4255 in order to schedule an appointment.

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Colorado

Colorado

If you live in Colorado, things are also rather straightforward. The link below will take you directly to the official vaccination website. From there, you can register for a COVID-19 test, or you can register for a vaccine. Both of those buttons are easily visible on the site. On that website, you can also type in your ZIP number of the city where you live, to find nearby vaccination sites.

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Connecticut

Connecticut

Connecticut’s vaccine portal is one click away. Simply tap the link below, and you’ll be able to find a vaccine provider near you. All you need to do is type in your ZIP code, and you’ll be good to go. Do note that residents, workers, and students aged 16+ are eligible to get vaccinated as we speak. If you’re already registered in VAMS, you can simply log in from this website.

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Delaware

Delaware

On this website, you’ll find all the required information. What is worth noting is that vaccination events are highlighted on this website. You can sign up for the state waitlist at vacinerequest.delaware.gov. If you’re over 65 years of age, you can call 1-833-643-1715 and select option 3 in order to schedule an appointment over the phone. If you’re eligible to get vaccinated, and don’t have access to a computer, you can call that very same number but select the second option, not the third one.

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Florida

Florida

If you hit the link below, you’ll be able to access Florida’s COVID-19 response website. There, you’ll find a link to check COVID-19 vaccination eligibility. Tap that, and see if you’re eligible. On that very same website, you’ll be able to find COVID-19 vaccination locations. They’re all placed on a map and really easy to find. They’re also listed below the map, along with their addresses.

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Georgia

Georgia

Georgia’s Department of Public Health delivers a really nice-looking website. This website is extremely easy to navigate. You can get some updates regarding COVID-19 in the state, find out more about testing, but also get vaccinated. At the time of writing this article, Georgia notes that only Pfizer’s vaccine is approved for people that are aged 16 and older. On the website, you can tap the “Search the Locator” link, to find out where are COVID-19 vaccination sites. In addition to that, you can schedule an appointment by choosing the “Health Department Scheduling” card / link.

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Hawaii

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If you navigate to the link below, you’ll be able to access some COVID-19 information. Amongst all that information, you’ll notice that there are four counties listed on the site, Hawaii, Kauai, Maui, and Honolulu City. Depending on where you live, tap one of those options, and you’ll be redirected to COVID-19 vaccine details. From there, you’ll be able to see your county’s vaccination plan, and get an appointment. Do note that you need to be over 16 to get vaccinated.

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Idaho

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Tapping the link below will take you directly to Idaho’s official vaccination website. There, you’ll either be able to click on “More information“, or if you’d like to jump straight to getting vaccinated, tap “Get the COVID-19 vaccine today“. Both of those links are located towards the top of the site, so you can’t miss them. As long as you’re over 16, you should be able to register. Or, alternatively, you can try finding a walk-in location, and get vaccinated without an appointment. That option is available on the site as well. The provided website will also let you know what vaccines are available.

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Illinois

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Illinois’ Department of Public Health website is full of stats. The moment you open it, you’ll see how many vaccines were administered, how many deaths have been confirmed, the recovery rate, and so on. Scroll a bit further down, and you’ll see the “Vaccination” section, you can’t miss it. From there, you can check your vaccine eligibility, locations, and so on. If you’re eligible (over 16 years of age), making an appointment is a breeze.

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Indiana

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Indiana’s official COVID-19 website is somewhat similar to Illinois’. It will greet you with a lot of stats, and you can actually filter out some things. Here you’ll be able to see how many positive cases were confirmed in a single day, how many tests were conducted, how many people died, and so on. The stats are constantly updated, and you can select a date range as well. In order to see vaccination information, tap the “COVID-19 Vaccine” button at the top of the website. From there, you’ll be able to access the Indiana Vaccination Portal, and get vaccinated.

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Iowa

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If you opt to click on the link below, you’ll be redirected directly to Iowa’s COVID-19 website. From there, you can choose to get yourself further informed about the disease, or jump straight to “Vaccine Information”. If you’re an Iowa resident, and over 16, you should be eligible to receive a vaccine. Simply go to the “Vaccine Provider Information” section, and find a vaccine provider near you.

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Kansas

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Once you open the Kansas Vaccine website, and at the very top, you’ll see the “Find My Vaccine” link. Tap it, and from the site that opens, tap the “Find a vaccine” option / button, it’s hard to miss. As is the case with pretty much every other state, you need to be 16 in order to get vaccinated. On the provided website, you can find a ton more information about the disease, and the vaccine itself.

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Kentucky

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Navigating to the link below, will get you to the official Kentucky source for information concerning COVID-19. That being said, you can not only get vaccination information here, but also access the dashboard, to see Kentucky COVID-19 stats. If you scroll down, you’ll see the COVID-19 vaccine eligibility tool, right next to the “Where Can I Get Vaccinated?” option. IF you’re eligible to get vaccinated, you can easily find a vaccination spot via this tool.

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Louisiana

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Louisiana has one of the better-looking COVID-19 websites on this list. It’s extremely straightforward, with a nice UI, and no clutter. If you don’t want to click around, you can call the “211” number in Louisiana, and get all the necessary vaccination information. If not, you’ll see both “Vaccine Information” and “Vaccine Locations” links on the website, so you can find a location to get vaccinated in no time.

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Maine

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Maine’s COVID-19 website is also quite informative. From here, you can access the “Dashboard” with a ton of stats, but even the main website offers such statistics, though mainly vaccine-related ones. At the time of writing this article, Maine administered over 1,160,000 vaccine doses. As you scroll on, you’ll notice the “Find a COVID-19 vaccination site in Maine” link. As long as you are at least 16 years old, feel free to tap it, and find a vaccination spot. There is also a phone number at hand, in case you’d like to sort things out over the phone before you get vaccinated. Simply call “1-888-445-4111”.

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Maryland

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Maryland’s COVID-19 website is quite simple as well, in a good way. At the very top of the website, you’ll see several useful links, such as “Find a Vaccination Site” and “Vaccine Data“. You can tap the “Schedule an appointment” link in order to get an appointment, and sort out your vaccination as soon as possible. All relevant vaccination information is available via this website as well, just so you have all the necessary info before you go through with it.

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Massachusetts

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Massachusetts has an excellent COVID-19 website, actually. Registering for the COVID-19 vaccine is extremely simple. You’ll see an option at the very top of the website, in form of a “COVID-19 alert” with a yellowish background. Simply tap  “Read more” and you’re good to go. On the flip side, if you’d like to know more about the COVID-19 vaccine, there’s plenty of content on the site, you can even open up a chat session if you’d like.  You’ll be talking to a “Vaccine Chatbot”, but it can answer all the most important questions.

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Michigan

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Michigan’s COVID-19 landing page is similar to that of Massachusetts. not so much from the design aspect, but from the functionality perspective. There is a chatbot here as well, named Robin, and it sits in the bottom-right corner. You can get registered for a COVID-19 vaccination clinic via a link in the upper portion of the website, and there is also the “Find a vaccine near you” option there. Alternatively, you can call the COVID-19 hotline at 888-535-6136.

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Minnesota

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Minnesota’s COVID-19 website is really straightforward. It may not be the best looking one around, but it sure does the job done. The moment you open it, you’ll see three highlighted options there, “Find Vaccine Locations“, “Schedule Your Vaccine“, and “Vaccine Hotlines“. That is pretty much all the information you need. If you’d like to conduct a quick chat with a chatbot, it’s available in the bottom-right corner.

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Mississippi

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Mississippi’s COVID-19 website is also quite straightforward, which is a good thing. Three options are highlighted at the top, including information about the COVID-19 vaccine, vaccination provider map, and a vaccination report for Mississippi. Below, you’ll see an empty field where you can enter your county name to search for a vaccination provider. Free drive-through vaccinations are also offered here, and you can schedule them via the website with ease.

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Missouri

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Once you open Missouri’s COVID-19 website, scroll down to the “Get a Vaccine” button / link. If you tap it, you’ll be good to go. This website also lets you know that Missouri is currently vaccinating its citizens that are over 16 years of age. On this website, you can also learn more about COVID-19 and the vaccine itself. On top of that, some vaccination data is shared as well. At the time of writing this article, over 2,3 million people in Missouri received at least one dose of the vaccine. Over 1,7 million people have completed their vaccination.

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Montana

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Once you open Montana’s COVID-19 landing page, you’ll immediately see a huge section that will help you get vaccinated. Simply tap that huge box that says “Find COVID-19 vaccines“, and follow the instructions. Alternatively, you can educate yourself on the disease, and the vaccine itself. There are several links available towards the end of the page, along with a chatbot that is available in the bottom-right corner of your display.

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Nebraska

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After opening Nebraska’s COVID-19 vaccination portal, you’ll need to scroll down until you find the “REGISTER at Vaccinate.NE.Gov” button. From there, you’ll be able to sort everything out for your vaccination. Alternatively, you can call the following number: (531) 249-1873, to get an appointment or information about the COVID-19 vaccine. The website itself does offer a bevy of COVID-19 info materials for you to check out as well.

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Nevada

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Nevada’s COVID-19 website is extremely straightforward and easy to use, it offers a really nice design. It even allows you to change the default view to high contrast view, or text only view, whatever suits you. If the text is too small, there’s even an option to make it larger. That being said, the moment you open this website, you’ll see the “Get Your COVID-19 Vaccine” section. There, you can select your county vaccine options, or find a pharmacy vaccine location. It’s simple.

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New Hampshire

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New Hampshire is amongst the states that have excellent COVID-19 vaccination websites. When you open the site linked below, you’ll immediately see the “Get Vaccinated” and “Get Tested” options. So, you don’t have to dig around in order to find what you need. If you’re interested in checking out some stats for New Hampshire, that is not a problem either, as you’ll notice them on the website, and options to see more of them.

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New Jersey

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When you open the link below, you’ll reach New Jersey’s Department of Health website. The first section on it is reserved for COVID-19, and it will offer you tons of options. Ranging from travel advisory and COVID-19 dashboard. Tap the “Department of Health COVID-19 Main Page”, and once you open it, locate the “Find Vaccines” button on the right side. You’ll find a bevy of information on this site in general, even before you tap the “Find Vaccines” button. Such information includes some phone numbers you can call, if you prefer doing things over the phone.

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New Mexico

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New Mexico’s COVID-19 vaccination website goes straight to the point. This website doesn’t really offer flashy design, not at all. It does offer a really straightforward process to getting vaccinated, though. If you’re not already registered on the site, you can do that via the first link offered. If you have, logging in is what you should do. Once you log in, you’ll be able to register for vaccination, while you’ll also be able to see the dashboard with statistics, and much more information.

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New York

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When it comes to New York, things are also quite simple. Once you open the link below, all you have to do is located the “Make Appointment” button / link, which is quite visible without any scrolling. Tap that, and you’ll be able to sort out an appointment for yourself. Alternatively, you can click the vaccine tracker next to it, to get more information. You’ll need to be a New York resident and over 16 years of age to get vaccinated, of course. All the information is available on the provided website.

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North Carolina

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As is the case in pretty much every other state, you’ll need to be 16 years of age to get vaccinated, at least. North Carolina’s COVID-19 website makes that quite clear from the get-go, and it also provides you with a ton of additional information. It also lets you know that you can get vaccinated anywhere in the state, with either Pfizer or Moderna vaccines (two doses). You’ll need to get your second dose in the same place as the first, though. On this website, you can quickly find a vaccine provider.

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North Dakota

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Navigate to North Dakota’s COVID-19 vaccine information website to get all the necessary information. This website actually looks really nice, which is always a plus. It highlights the most important links for you, so that you can access relevant information. The first thing you’ll notice are the “COVID Vaccine Locator” and “COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ” links. Both are really hard to miss considering they’re a part of a huge button. Those two links will help you get vaccinated and get more vaccination information, respectively.

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Ohio

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Once you open Ohio’s COVID-19 website, you’ll find all the necessary information at the top of the website. In the top box, there are five slides that are constantly rotating, and one of them takes you to the COVID-19 vaccination program website. That’s this link. Once you’re there, you’ll be able to check your vaccine eligibility, and book an appointment to get vaccinated. Alternatively, if you’d like to get informed first, you can call 1-833-427-5634, and get all the necessary COVID-19 information you need. You can call anytime between 9 AM and 8 PM, including weekends.

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Oklahoma

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The moment you open the link below, you’ll see the “To register for the COVID-19 vaccine, click here.” link. It’s in huge white font with a brownish background on the site, and it’s impossible to miss. That link will sort out your vaccination via the COVID-19 registration portal. The link provided below will give you all the necessary information regarding that vaccine, before you get it.

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Oregon

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All Oregon citizens aged 16 or over can get vaccinated as we speak. Once you open the website below, you’ll see the “How to Find a COVID-19 Vaccine” button / link, along with a “211info” link. Tap the first link and you’ll be taken to a new website where you’ll be able to access the “Get Vaccinated Oregon” portal. Alternatively, you can call 211 or 1-866-698-6155, or email [email protected], just in case you cannot use the provided tool.

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Pennsylvania

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If you live in Pennsylvania, accessing the link below will take you to the vaccination portal for that state. There you’ll find a bevy of information, including the “When Am I Eligible” and “Where Can I Get Vaccinated” links. Using the “Your Turn” tool that the site provides, you can see if you’re eligible to get vaccinated. You’ll also notice that you can find a vaccine provider here, and contact that provider to schedule a vaccination appointment.

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Rhode Island

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Rhode Island’s vaccination portal is basically just a sign-up form. The moment you open the link below, you’ll see a single link offered there. That’s the “Find a Clinic” link, and it comes in form of a button with a blue background. Once you tap that, you’ll need to type in your ZIP code, and some other information, so that the system can find the most suitable place for you to get vaccinated.

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South Carolina

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South Carolina’s COVID-19 portal is quite straightforward. The moment you open it you’ll be greeted with plenty of COVID-19 information. That info will tell you if you’re eligible, and if you’re 16 or over, you essentially are. It will also share some information about what types of vaccines are available, and how many shots it will take to get you fully vaccinated. Once you’re informed enough, you can tap the “Find a Vaccine Location” button, and get yourself an appointment.

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South Dakota

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South Dakota’s COVID-19 website is quite straightforward. The link below will take you directly to the COVID-19 vaccine website for the state. There, you will see several useful links. One of them is “Vaccination Locations“, where you can see where you can get vaccinated. In the left menu, there’s also a “Dashboard” link, which will show you the most recent information regarding COVID-19 in South Dakota.

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Tennessee

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As is the case pretty much everywhere else, in Tennessee you can get vaccinated if you’re 16 years old, or over that number. In Tennessee, at the time of writing this article, over 1.7 million Tennessee citizens got fully vaccinated. If you’d like to join them, you can do so via two links provided on the website, you can’t miss them. One of them will help you “Find an Appointment“, while the other one will help you “Get a Walk-in Vaccine“.

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Texas

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The COVID-19 vaccine information website in Texas doesn’t look flashy at all, but it does provide you with a bevy of information. The moment you open it, you’ll find several useful links, highlighted at the top. One of those links will let you know who is eligible to get a vaccine, while the other one says “Find Vaccine“. That one will clearly help you get vaccinated as quickly as possible. The website does provide a ton of information regarding COVID-19 in general, and available vaccines.

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Utah

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You can get vaccinated in Utah if you’re 16+ years old. If you’re 16 or 17, though, you can only get Pfizer’s vaccine. More information regarding that is available on the website. That being said, you’ll find a “Request a vaccine event” link on this website, it’s hard to miss. That links will help you get vaccinated as fast as possible. You can also sign up for vaccination updates on the site.

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Vermont

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In Vermont, all residents aged 16 or older are eligible to get vaccinated. College students and some residents of other states can get vaccinated as well. You can find more information about that here. Now, if you open the link provided below, you’ll see two options that will get you vaccinated. You can either tap the “Make an Appointment” link / button, or tap the “Find a walk-in clinic” link. Alternatively, you can call 855-722-7878.

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Virginia

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Virginia’s COVID-19 vaccine website is one of the most straightforward ones on the list. The moment you open it, you’ll see a large button / link under the “Where do I sign up?” text. That sentence is written in a huge font, so it’s hard to miss. Anyhow, that button / link will help you get an appointment as soon as possible. Alternatively, you can scroll down and get more information about the COVID-19 vaccine. If you do that, you’ll find out that you need to be at least 16 to get vaccinated.

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Washington

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Getting vaccinated in Washington is not a problem either. Open the link provided below this paragraph, and you’ll reach the Washington State Department of Health. There, you’ll immediately see the “Vaccine Locator” button / link that you can click. If you need any help regarding finding a location, or anything of the sort, simply call the COVID-19 hotline at 1-800-525-0127. There’s also a link on the site that will let you find out more about COVID-19 vaccines in Washington state.

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West Virginia

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West Virginia’s COVID-19 landing page contains various useful links. The most important one is the “Find a Vaccine” one, which comes in form of a cyan button with white text. In addition to that, you’ll find the “Vaccine Finder” button above it, and the “Vaccination Clinic Information” link as well. The website in general contains more information about the vaccination process, and you can also call the COVID-19 info line 1-833-734-0965 for more information.

Vaccination information & appointment

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Wisconsin

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Those of you who live in Wisconsin and open the state’s COVID-19 vaccination website, which is linked below this paragraph, will be greeted with a COVID-19 vaccine info number. You can call 844-684-1064 (toll-free), to get all the information you need. If you’d like to get an appointment for vaccination via the website itself, that’s really easy to do. All you have to do is tap the “Find a Vaccine” button / link.

Vaccination information & appointment

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Wyoming

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Wyoming’s COVID-19 vaccine information website could be a bit better organized. You have to scroll quite a bit down to locate the “Click here to find a COVID-19 vaccine” button / link. All you have to do is click that, and you’ll be able to sort out your vaccination appointment. Right below that button, you’ll locate another one that says “Click here for Wyoming COVID-19 vaccine data“, in case you need more information. The website itself contains plenty of COVID-19 info, there are tons of links provided on it.

Vaccination information & appointment

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  • Android version: 6.0+

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