Covid-19 Vaccines

March 9 Update

Moderna first-dose appointments are currently available.

Make an Appointment  -- For the mass vaccine event on March 12

500+ appointments at a mass vaccination clinic on Friday, March 12 at Homer High School

Individuals booking here must be available on Saturday, April 10 for second dose.


Individual appointments at the covid vaccine and testing site on Bartlett street are currently full.

Please check back regularly for updates as additional dates may be added.


Appointments full? Click here to add your contact information to be on our waitlist to be notified for day-of cancellations.

Check here Monday, March 15 for 40+ appointments for Janssen (Johnson and Johnson) vaccine.

Who is eligible? Anyone living or working in Alaska is eligible.

Note: Pfizer vaccine is authorized only for individuals 16 years of age and older, and Moderna and Janssen vaccines are authorized only for individuals 18 years of age and older.

Vaccine Information:

Information about COVID-19 vaccines approved by FDA Emergency Use Authorization:

Getting your second dose?

  • If you already got your first dose at a mass vaccination event, there is no need to make another appointment. You reserved your appointment when you got your first dose.
  • 2nd dose clinics are by appointment only. No walk-ins.
  • If you have questions about your second dose appointment, or need to cancel, call 235-0235.
  • Friday, March 12th is a first and second-dose clinic at Homer High School, second dose for those who got their first dose on February 12th or 13th at Community Christian Church.
  • Friday, March 19th is a second-dose clinic at Homer High School for those who got their first dose at Community Christian Church on Friday, February 26th.

 Vaccines are not available at Homer Medical Center or South Peninsula Family Care Clinic at this time.

Check back here for regular updates.

See the map of vaccine locations statewide