Philly's Vaccine Hub

All Pennsylvanians are now eligible for the coronavirus vaccine!

Pennsylvania residents aged 5 and older can now get a coronavirus vaccine. 

  • Children aged 5-12 can receive a pediatric dose of Pfizer vaccine. 
  • Teens aged 13-18 can receive Pfizer vaccine.
  • Everyone over the age of 18 can receive Pfizer, Moderna, or the single-dose Johnson & Johnson 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!

Sign up for a vaccine appointment at clinics throughout the city. Walk-up appointments are also available.

Book Your Vaccine Appointment

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, suggests that vaccinated people take a picture of their vaccination card for their own records and also send their primary care doctor a copy of the card. 

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

Should You Laminate Your Vaccination Card?

More and more places are requiring vaccination cards in order to visit some indoor spaces. Here’s what you need to know about yours.

Dos & Don'ts

How to Show Proof of Your COVID-19 Vaccine on Your Phone

Some restaurants, concert venues, gyms and other places require you to show proof that you are vaccinated before granting you entry. Instead of bringing your physical COVID-19 vaccination card everywhere, follow these instructions to get your COVID-19 vaccine card on your phone.

Read the Guide

Pfizer Vaccine Approved for Children Aged 5-11

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention approved a pediatric dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for use in children aged 5-11. 

The Philadelphia Health Department is working with all of the existing vaccine providers to get children vaccinated at the same place as adults. If you aren't sure, you can call ahead to make sure your provider has the right vaccine for your child.

Read the City's update to get all the details. The Philadelphia Inquirer also has a helpful guide for parents with children in this age group.

Booster Doses Approved for Everyone Aged 18 and Older

Everyone aged 18 and older who received their second dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine at least 6 months ago may get a booster shot. 

The CDC continues to recommend that anyone aged 50 and older and anyone aged 18 and older living in a long-term care setting should get a booster shot 6 months after their second dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.

Anyone aged 18 and older who received Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine should get a booster 2 months after their shot.

View CDC Guidance for Booster Shots

Feeling a little nervous about getting your vaccine?

Try to remember that the vaccines are overwhelmingly safe and effective — and at this point, about 59% of the U.S. population is fully, and safely, vaccinated (that’s more than 194 million people!).

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

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Places in Philly That Require Proof of Vaccination

Philadelphia has enacted new COVID restrictions that offer businesses a choice between having everyone mask on entry or check vaccination status at the door. And Ready.Set.Philly! is here for you.

Listed below is a running tally of restaurants and venues that require proof of vaccination for entry. Check back as we will keep this section updated.

Restaurants & Bars: Proof Vaccination Required for Indoor Service
  • 2nd Story Brewing Company
  • Abe Fisher
  • Bardot Cafe
  • Buffalo Billiards
  • Campbell's Place
  • Cafe Ynez
  • Cockatoo 
  • Eeva
  • Fiore Fine Foods 
  • Fiorella
  • Flannel 
  • Fountain Porter 
  • Franky Bradley's
  • Garage
  • Hajimaru Ramen  
  • Hawthornes 
  • Honey’s Sit n Eat  
  • Hop Sing Laundromat (upon reopening)
  • Lloyd Whiskey Bar  
  • Johnny Brenda’s 
  • Jose Pistola’s
  • Kalaya 
  • Knock Restaurant and Bar 
  • Laser Wolf
  • Le Virtu  
  • Martha 
  • McGillin’s Olde Ale House
  • Messina Social Club 
  • Misconduct Tavern 
  • Musi BYOB (upon reopening) 
  • National Mechanics 
  • North Bowl, South Bowl 
  • North Third
  • Philadelphia Distilling
  • Pinefish
  • Pistolas del Sur 
  • Pizza Brain 
  • Pub on Passyunk East 
  • Renata’s Kitchen
  • Royal Sushi & Izakaya
  • Sally
  • Sancho Pistola’s  
  • Second District Brewing Company
  • Silk City 
  • Sonny's Cocktail Joint
  • Sor Ynez  
  • Standard Tap 
  • Taproom on 19th 
  • Tattooed Mom
  • Tavern on Camac 
  • Tavern on the Hill 
  • Ten Stone
  • The Good King Tavern
  • The International Bar
  • The Lunar Inn 
  • Time Restaurant 
  • underground concepts at the Divine Lorraine 
  • Varga Bar 
  • Vetri Cucina 
  • Vedge
  • Vintage Wine Bar and Bistro 
  • Writer’s Block Rehab 
  • Zahav

Restaurants & Bars: Proof of Vaccination Required for Indoor and Outdoor Service
  • Irwin’s
  • Kensington Quarters
Music Venues or Festivals: Proof of Vaccination Required
  • City Winery (or negative COVID test within 72 hours; for indoor shows)
  • CSz Philadelphia - Home of ComedySportz (or a negative COVID test from the past 72 hours; starting September 18)
  • Firefly Music Festival (or a negative COVID test from the past 72 hours)
  • Fringe Festival (for indoor FringeArts events)
  • Made in America Festival (or negative COVID test within 48 hours)
  • PhilaMOCA
  • Philly PACK Garage Theatre
  • The Academy of Music (for children under 12, a negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours of the event is required; starting September 18)
  • The Barbary 
  • The Kimmel Center (for children under 12, a negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours of the event is required; starting September 18)
  • The Merriam Theater (for children under 12, a negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours of the event is required; starting September 18)
  • Union Transfer 
  • Walnut Street Theatre (those with medical or religious exemptions must have a negative COVID PCR test result within 72 hours or negative COVID-19 rapid antigen within 6 hours of the performance)
  • World Cafe Live
  • XPoNential Music Festival (or negative COVID test result within 72 hours)

Music Venues or Festivals: Proof of Vaccination Required at Musicians’ Discretion
  • Johnny Brenda’s
Fitness Studios/Gyms: Proof of Vaccination Required
  • 8 Limbs Academy Muay Thai
  • Amrita Yoga and Wellness 
  • Anytime Fitness 
  • Barre3
  • Barry’s Bootcamp
  • Burning Spirits Muay Thai
  • City Fitness 
  • Fearless Athletics 
  • Fitness Works 
  • Focus Barre and Yoga 
  • Philly Dance Fitness 
  • Revel Ride  
  • RippedPHL 
  • Soul Cycle 
  • Three Queens Yoga 
  • Thrive Pilates and Yoga  
  • Unite Fitness