Vaccine Informational Videos
Everyone in Arkansas over the age of 16 is eligible to receive a vaccine
Phase 1-A opened vaccine eligibility to health care workers, residents and staff of long-term care facilities and these high priority groups: EMS, fire and law enforcement who serve as first responders, primary care, urgent care, college/university student health center, K-12 health clinics and school nurses, dental clinics, pharmacies, home health, private care/personal care, hospice care, dialysis centers, correctional staff involved in patient care and transfer, morticians/funeral home staff involved in direct contact or conducting transports and blood donation centers.
Phase 1-B & 1-C
Vaccinations are now open to everyone in Phase 1-B and 1-C. Eligible 1-B Arkansans include individuals who are 65 or older as well as those who work in education including K-12, child care and higher ed, food manufacturing workers, firefighters/police not in 1-A, grocery store workers, public transit workers, U.S. Postal Service workers, essential government workers and other correctional staff. Those eligible in 1-C include people who are 16-64 with high-risk medical conditions and essential workers in transportation and logistics, water and wastewater, food service, shelter and housing, public safety, finance, IT and communications, energy, media and public health workers
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How to Get the Vaccine
Long-term care residents or staff members will likely receive the vaccine through a clinic at the facility. Hospital workers will likely receive the vaccine through a clinic at their worksites. All others can receive the vaccine through a community-based pharmacy or other health care provider. Click here for a map and full list of those pharmacies around the state. The State of Arkansas established a hotline to assist Arkansans with making vaccine appointments at 1-800-985-6030.
All eligible Arkansans can make an appointment at a community pharmacy. Vaccine clinics and events may also be available through hospitals and health care providers. For those who work in education, the district, facility or college/university should determine how many doses are needed, and then contact an ADH Local Health Unit or a community pharmacy to schedule a vaccination clinic. Click here to view our community vaccine event calendar.