Covid-19 Vaccines

February 17 Update

Appointments available soon!

Check here Friday morning, Feb. 19 at 10am for a limited number of appointments for a small Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine clinic taking place on Friday, February 26th.  For those not connected online, there is an informational recording at 435-3188, and that phone line will be answered starting at 10am Friday for assistance with appointments. A wait list of 100 names will be taken for this event once appointments fill.

A large-scale mass vaccination clinic will take place in early March. Check here on Monday, March 1st at 12pm noon to make your appointment for that event.

Who is eligible?

  • New Eligibility Group!
    Phase 1b, Tier 2
    – This group includes:
    • People 50 years and above with a high-risk medical condition*
    • People 50 years and above working as a frontline essential worker*
    • Pre K–12 and child care education staff*
    • People living or working in congregate settings*
    • Persons aged 65 years and older (Phase 1b)
    • All of Phase 1a*
      Please note: The State of Alaska DHSS has clarified “health care setting” for vaccine eligibility as follows:
      Workers in health care settings can include someone who stays home to care for an elderly family member. Eligible individuals provide daily support related to an individual’s activities of daily living (i.e., bathing, dressing, eating) as well as instrumental activities of daily living (i.e., shopping, laundry, light housework). These may be paid, unpaid, or contracted positions. This may also include teachers or other school staff that provide health care activities for students including tube feedings, suctioning, and other hands-on healthcare.
  • If you already got your first dose at the Feb 5 / 6 event, you already have your 2nd dose appointment for March 5. If you have questions about your appointment on March 5, click here or call 235-0235.
  • 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