Everyone in the U.S. who is 16 or older is now eligible for a vaccine. Here’s what’s happening in the Tri-state area:
FEMA opened a new mass vaccination site at Esperanza, at 4261 N. 5th St. in North Philadelphia, on April 9th. To register for a COVID-19 vaccine with the City of Philadelphia Department of Health, Philadelphia residents can complete the City of Philadelphia’s Vaccine Interest Form at www.phila.gov/vaccineinterest. You can also call the Health Department at (215) 685-5488 or email email@example.com.
City of Philadelphia and FEMA. Through approximately April 14th, the Center City Vaccination Center (CCVC) at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, 1101 Arch Street, will exclusively administer second doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine. First doses will not be available there during this time. Vaccination will be by appointment only for those individuals who have received an initial dose of the vaccine. No walk-ups. Specific details for changes taking place after April 14th will be announced soon.
Click here to register for vaccination with the City of Philadelphia
The Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium (BDCC) administers vaccinations without an appointment. The group is administering second shots of the Moderna vaccine at the Liacouras Center, 1776 N Broad St, from 10 am to 4 pm on the following dates:
April 22nd, 26th, 27th, 29th and 30th.
Pennsylvania (outside of Philadelphia)
If you live in Pennsylvania, but you are outside the City of Philadelphia, Click here or call the Pennsylvania Department of Health hotline at 1-877-724-3258 to learn more about where and when you can get vaccinated.
If you live in New Jersey, you can register for a vaccine appointment at other sites in New Jersey. Click here to fill out the New Jersey COVID-19 vaccination form or call 1-855-568-0545 (8a-8p). You also have the option of registering directly with vaccination locations in New Jersey. Click here to search for and register with New Jersey vaccination locations.
Delaware has a vaccination waiting list. However, some pharmacies and medical providers are also making their own appointments. If you have an opportunity through a pharmacy or a medical provider to be vaccinated, you should take it rather than waiting for Delaware’s state waiting list.
Click here for a list of pharmacies in Delaware where you can register and get vaccinated.