COVID-19 vaccinations in Phoenix, Arizona

Maricopa County and State of Arizona vaccine distribution

It is safe to receive vaccination anywhere it is available to you. We encourage you to access your first option to be vaccinated. Many sites will now provide vaccinations, even if you do not have an appointment.

All Maricopa County and State of Arizona vaccine sites are now vaccinating adults age 18 and older. All adults should consider becoming vaccinated.

  • Maricopa County point of dispensing (POD) sites, drugstore partners and community pop-up sites are available throughout Maricopa County. To find a site near you, and to make an appointment, go to the Maricopa County Department of Public Health website.
  • As a result of an agreement between the CDC and retail pharmacies, new vaccine sites may be available in your immediate community. Certain locations of Fry’s, Safeway/Albertsons, CVS and Walgreen’s are participating, as well as some smaller retailers. The Maricopa County Public Health website offers links for registration opportunities.
  • The state of Arizona is currently operating a variety of large-scale vaccination sites. Appointments can be made either via the Arizona Department of Health Services website or by calling 844-542-8201.
  • Many state vaccine sites and some pediatric offices are offering Pfizer vaccine. Those age 12 and older are now eligible to receive this brand of vaccine.

  • Any questions about vaccines or their side effects should be directed to personnel at the site where you received the vaccine. They will provide contact information.
  • Mayo Clinic in Arizona does not expect to receive any further allocation of the vaccine. We regret any inconvenience.
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Questions

Many of our patients have questions about the vaccine. This Mayo Clinic educational fact sheet may answer your questions.

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