Arizonans 16 and older now eligible to schedule vaccine appointments at select locations
Governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) announced earlier this week that registration at Arizona’s state-operated COVID-19 vaccination sites, which administer the Pfizer vaccine, will be open to all Arizonans ages 16 or older beginning March 24.
Per ADHS, they now release new appointment times each Friday at 11 a.m. for state-operated sites.
• State Farm Stadium in Glendale
• Arizona State University’s Phoenix Municipal Stadium in Phoenix
• Chandler-Gilbert Community College in Chandler
• University of Arizona in central Tucson
• Yuma Civic Center in Yuma County
People 16 and older will also be eligible to schedule appointments at pharmacies and federally qualified health centers that are participating in the federal vaccination programs.
Maricopa County has also adopted the same prioritization as the state of Arizona. The county has opened vaccine appointments to all residents ages 16 and older to receive the Pfizer vaccine. Those 18 and older can receive the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine.*
Check here to see which phase each county is in for the vaccine rollout.
Register for appointments anywhere in Arizona by going to azdhs.gov or you can call the ADHS vaccine hotline at 480-573-0332, TTY: 711; 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Make sure you wait for a representative to help you schedule an appointment.
Download this guide for scheduling your vaccine appointment from ADHS with step-by-step instructions on how to create an account and schedule a vaccine appointment. You can also read our tips for navigating the vaccination appointment process.
If no appointments are available, be sure to check back often, as appointments continue to open.
Cost: The vaccine is $0 for Blue Cross
Appointments are required to be vaccinated at any POD (point of dispensing) site.
For additional COVID-19 vaccine administration information, please visit azdhs.gov or cdc.gov.
This information is provided for educational purposes only. Individuals should always consult with their healthcare providers regarding medical care or treatment, as recommendations, services or resources are not a substitute for the advice or recommendation of an individual's physician or healthcare provider. Services or treatment options may not be covered under an individual's particular health plan.