COVID-19 Vaccination Locations on VaccineFinder
VaccineFinder helps people find the latest information on COVID-19 vaccine availability at certain providers and pharmacies in some statesexternal icon. In other states, information may be limited while more providers and pharmacies are added in the coming weeks.
VaccineFinder displays information about the provider:
- types of COVID-19 vaccines available
- website and phone number
- and hours of operation
- instructions on how to take the next step to get vaccinated.
Select your state or territory in the “How Do I Get a Vaccine” tool on this page to find out if you are eligible to be vaccinated now.
If you are currently eligible to get vaccinated, click the Find Vaccine button to find a vaccination location and schedule an appointment with the specific vaccine provider or pharmacy.
If you have questions about receiving a COVID-19 vaccination at a specific location, please contact that location. Vaccine availability is subject to change and appointments are required at most locations. Please follow instructions for each provider listed on VaccineFinder.
Check the pharmacy or provider website to learn how to make an appointment. Additional pharmacies and providers in other states will provide information in the coming weeks.
Questions about VaccineFinder
VaccineFinder is a free, online service where users can search for pharmacies and providers that offer vaccination. Information about where COVID-19 vaccines are available is provided directly by pharmacies and providers, in collaboration with states, and is updated daily. VaccineFinder is operated by Boston Children’s Hospitalexternal icon, in partnership with CDC.
Each state has its own plan for deciding which groups of people will receive vaccine and in what order. As more supply becomes available, these groups will expand to include more people. You can contact your state health department for more information on its COVID-19 vaccination plan and to find out if you are eligible or when you will become eligible to get vaccinated.
If you meet the eligibility requirements for vaccination in your state, please follow the instructions for scheduling an appointment at the location listed on VaccineFinder or contact the location for more information.
If a pharmacy or provider reports that COVID vaccine is “in stock,” it means the location has reported vaccines are available within the last 72 hours. Right now, most sites require you to schedule an appointment to get vaccinated. Follow the links provided by the location to schedule an appointment. Vaccine availability is subject to change.
If a pharmacy or provider reports that COVID-19 vaccine is “out of stock,” it means the location has reported that vaccine is not available or has not updated vaccine stock status within the last 72 hours. VaccineFinder is updated every day, so we recommend checking again to find out if the pharmacy or provider has received more vaccine.
At this time, VaccineFinder only displays information about whether a pharmacy or provider has vaccine in stock. You’ll need to visit that pharmacy or provider page directly to check appointment availability.
COVID-19 vaccine supply is still limited, and in the near term demand exceeds supply in many areas. VaccineFinder is launching in four states to show where vaccine is available. It will expand to include information from more states in the coming weeks. If information for your area is not yet listed, you can also visit your state health department’s website for more details on COVID-19 vaccination.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, VaccineFinder has temporarily removed the ability to search for routinely recommended vaccines. Flu vaccines and other routine vaccines will be back on the site in the near future.
Flu or other routine vaccines are usually available at private doctors’ offices, health department clinics, urgent care clinics, and pharmacies. Schools, religious centers, travel clinics, and workplaces can also provide these vaccines under some circumstances. If your primary healthcare provider does not stock all the vaccines recommended for you, ask for a referral.
You can also contact your state health department to learn more about where to get vaccines in your community.
I’m a vaccination provider and am having trouble uploading my data to VaccineFinder.
Visit the VaccineFinder page for more information about VaccineFinder for vaccination providers and jurisdictions/states. More information can be found in the VaccineFinder Provider Enrollment Guidance.
If you have issues with the VaccineFinder or Locating Health sites, email the VaccineFinder team.