Philly's Vaccine Hub

All Pennsylvanians are now eligible for the coronavirus vaccine!

Pennsylvania residents aged 12 and older can now sign up to get the coronavirus vaccine.

This is exciting news! More and more people are becoming vaccinated every day. Below, find information on the vaccine rollout in your area, how to sign up to get your shot and what to do with your CDC vaccination card. 

Vaccine Distribution and Case Tracking in Philly

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Total doses administered in Philadelphia county include people who may not live in the county; the numbers for partially and fully vaccinated only reflect residents of Philadelphia county.

Sign Up For A Vaccine Appointment At The City’s Vaccine Clinics!

It’s easier than ever to get a coronavirus vaccine appointment in Philly!

Adults aged 16 and older, and children aged 12-15 (Pfizer vaccine only), who live or work in Philadelphia can now sign up for a vaccine appointment at clinics throughout the city. Walk-up appointments are also available.

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Pfizer Vaccine Approved for Teenagers Aged 12-15

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for use in teenagers aged 12-15.

Pennsylvania vaccine providers offering the Pfizer vaccine can now administer it to this age group. A parent or guardian must be present and bring documentation of the child's age at any of Philadelphia's city-run clinics. 

Learn more about getting your child vaccinated in Philadelphia by clicking the button below.

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Not a Philadelphia resident?

Check out these guides for info on how to sign up for the vaccine in your area:

What To Do With Your CDC Vaccination Card

After you get your coronavirus vaccine, it’s important to keep your CDC vaccination card, which you should receive from the organization that gave you your vaccine. Your vaccination card serves as your proof of vaccination as we continue through this pandemic.

Dear Pandemic, a group of medical workers and researchers who focus on spreading helpful COVID-19 information, has a number of tips for what to do with your card after you’re vaccinated. They suggest that vaccinated people take a picture of their vaccination card for their own records (not to necessarily share on social media) and also send their primary care doctor a copy of the card.

Click here to read all of Dear Pandemic’s vaccination card tips.

Feeling a little nervous about getting your vaccine?

Try to remember that the vaccines are overwhelmingly safe and effective — and at this point, about 49% of the U.S. population is fully, and safely, vaccinated (that’s more than 161 million people!).

Check out Penn Medicine’s detailed guide to the types of vaccines available and how they work:

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