FIND A LOCAL VACCINE PROVIDER HERE or click on graphic above to use the new, real-time tools that allow users to specify which particular vaccine(s) they seek.
All COVID vaccines are FREE for everyone living in the U.S. & do not require ID.
UPCOMING VACCINE POP-UP CLINICS:
July 28, 1-4 PM: Williamsport YMCA, 641 Walnut St. Receive a YMCA Guest Pass and a $5 Sheetz gift card with your vaccination.
Aug. 12, 9 AM-Noon, Children’s Health Day, River Valley Health & Dental, Hepburn Plaza
Aug. 21, Golden Strip, Time and exact location TBA
Mobile vaccination clinics at your organization, workplace, or faith community site can be set up with River Valley Health & Dental and RiteAid.
Walk-in Vaccinations are available at River Valley Health and Dental Center and Rite Aid, Wegmans, and CVS pharmacies. Discount coupons given at Rite Aid & CVS.
TRANSPORTATION: Free, Pre-scheduled Transportation to COVID vaccine appointments is available from River Valley Transit, Lyft. and Uber. STEP and Rabbittransit are providing free transportation to COVID vaccination appointments for people ages 60+ and for everyone on Medical Assistance.
VACCINE UPDATE: The Pfizer vaccine now has FDA emergency use approval for children ages 12 and over. The CDC and PA DOH recommend that COVID-19 vaccine providers start vaccinating anyone ages 12 and up. Pennsylvanians aged 16 and over are eligible to be vaccinated with any of the three approved vaccines.
People are considered “fully vaccinated” 2 weeks after their second dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or 2 weeks after a single-dose of Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
COVID VARIANT UPDATE: The Delta variant now accounts for 83% of current cases in the U.S. It is 60% more transmissible and is spreading fastest in counties with low vaccination rates. Cases have tripled and deaths have almost doubled in the past two weeks. The good news for the fully vaccinated is that the current vaccines hold up well against this variant. Over 97% of people hospitalized and dying are unvaccinated. Some breakthrough infections occur in vaccinated people, but the symptoms for the vaccinated are generally mild. Initial symptoms of the Delta variant are similar to those of a bad cold, with a runny nose, sneezing, headache and a sore throat. If you are experiencing cold-like symptoms, get tested for COVID. The more the virus spreads, the more it mutates, and even more dangerous variants can emerge. Help stop the spread of Delta and other variants by getting vaccinated.
MASK UPDATE: The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that everyone over age 2 wear masks this fall in schools, even if they have been vaccinated. Exceptions may be made for those with medical or developmental conditions that complicate mask wearing. PA-DOH continues to urge Pennsylvanians to follow CDC guidance for wearing a mask where required by law, rule, and regulations: For the protection of themselves and others, individuals who have not yet been vaccinated or are partially vaccinated are still encouraged to wear a mask when in public. All persons must wear masks inside medical offices, hospitals, nursing facilities, public transportation, airports, bus terminals, as well as inside shelters, treatment facilities, and prisons.