Eligibility & Scheduling by State
Utah Eligibility & Scheduling
Vaccines appointments are available for Utahns who are 16 and older.
Schedule your first dose vaccine appointment here.
Notes about scheduling:
- The scheduling link is to schedule the first dose of the vaccine. For COVID-19 vaccines that require a second dose, appointments for the second dose will be scheduled at your first dose appointment.
- New appointments are added every Friday morning.
- For scheduling support, call 877-777-0566. Scheduling support is available 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., seven days a week.
Vaccine Locations by Brand:Intermountain offers Moderna and the Pfizer vaccine. All available COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. The vaccine brand available at the time of immunization is dependent on supply.
Moderna vaccine (must be 18 and older, requires 2 doses 28 days apart):
- Park City Hospital
- TOSH - drive-through
Pfizer vaccine (must be 16 and older, requires 2 doses 21 days apart):
- Logan Hospital
- McKay-Dee Hospital
- Riverton Hospital
- St. George Hospital
- Utah Valley Hospital
J&J vaccines on pause: In accordance with CDC, FDA, and Utah Department of Health (UDOH) guidance, Intermountain Healthcare is temporarily pausing administration of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. This will allow the FDA time to investigate reports of a rare, treatable type of blood clot experienced by a small number of people who received the vaccine. Intermountain will continue to support CDC, FDA, and UDOH recommendations.
For additional vaccine appointment locations and availability in Utah, visit the Coronavirus.Utah.gov website for opportunities at local health departments, retail pharmacies, health systems, and clinic sites.
Idaho Eligibility & Scheduling
Nevada Eligibility & Scheduling
Blog articles on COVID-19 Vaccines
What You Need to Know
As we find our way out of the pandemic, keep masking, social distancing, and practicing other prevention behaviors so we can keep ourselves and each other safe and healthy. Vaccines will:
- Prevent you from getting COVID-19 and its risks and complications
- Reduce the number of people infected by COVID-19 throughout the community
- Someday get us back to normal life
The vaccine prevents infection, hospitalization, chronic illness, and death. It will also give communities a chance at herd immunity to make person-to-person spread unlikely.
What can I do until vaccines are widely distributed?
Support all other prevention methods. Masking, social distancing, and hand hygiene guidelines should be followed for vaccinated and non-vaccinated individuals until healthcare guidance changes. We don’t yet know how long vaccines will be effective, so all prevention methods should be followed.
COVID-19 Vaccination Support
Intermountain is continually updated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local, state, and national health and infection prevention experts about the safety, effectiveness, availability, and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines.
The CDC provides clinical guidance on vaccines in the US and determines how people should be prioritized based on risk and need. The Utah Department of Health (UDOH) formed a team including Intermountain leaders to develop a distribution plan based on CDC recommendations. Idaho and Nevada have similar distribution plans and structures. Health departments are estimating all individuals who want COVID-19 vaccines may be able to get them by summer 2021.
Frequently Asked Questions
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