On April 19, Pennsylvania will open COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to anyone 16 or older, as the pace of vaccinations increases – an average of 83,000 Pennsylvanians are being vaccinated each day.
The accelerated phased roll-out schedule is as follows:
March 31: Law enforcement, firefighters, grocery store workers, food and agriculture workers became eligible for the vaccine.
April 5: All residents in Phase 1B, which includes postal, public transit and manufacturing employees, will be eligible to start scheduling vaccination appointments.
April 12: All residents in Phase 1C, which includes workers in transportation and logistics, water and wastewater, public health, finance and construction, can start scheduling vaccination appointments.
April 19: All residents 16 and older can start scheduling vaccination appointments.
Pennsylvania currently has no statewide vaccine sign-up system. Those in Fayette County, however, can use the county’s registry at fayettecountypa.org to sign up for an appointment. The county is working with WVU Medicine Uniontown Hospital, Highlands Hospital and partner pharmacies to offer vaccines around the county.
The state Department of Health has made available a list of vaccine providers at https://padoh.maps.arcgis.com.
For residents in Fayette, Greene and Washington counties who are seeking to find an appointment, here are some options. Keep in mind, eligibility does not guarantee a vaccination appointment will be scheduled immediately.
Washington Health System: Residents of Washington or Greene counties, or established patients of a WHS outpatient practice, can register for a vaccination at https://whs.org/vaccine-form.
Allegheny Health System: To register for an appointment, visit https://www.ahn.org/coronavirus/vaccine.html. Additionally, register for a MyChart account so that AHN can alert you when you’re eligible for the vaccine. Register for MyChart at https://mychart.ahn.org/MyChart/signup.
UPMC: Visit https://vaccine.upmc.com/. People who prefer to register by phone can call 844-876-2822.
Monongahela Valley Hospital: Visit monvalleyhospital.com/covid19-vaccine-request.asp/.
Cornerstone Care: Register at https://cornerstonecare.com/covid-19_vaccine/.
Centerville Clinics: Patients can register at https://centervilleclinics.com/covid-19-information/.
Excela Health Esposito Medical Associates Ltd.: Visit https://espositomedical.com/.
Mon-Vale Primary Care Practices Inc.: Visit http://www.monvalepc.com/.
Curtis Pharmacy: Visit https://curtispharmacy.com/.
CVS Pharmacy: Visit https://www.cvs.com/immunizations/covid-19-vaccine/.
Donora Union Pharmacy: Call 724-379-5630.
Giant Eagle Pharmacy: Visit https://www.gianteagle.com/covidvaccine/.
The Hometown Pharmacy - Dierkens: Visit https://www.thehometownpharmacies/.
VDI - Hunter Pharmacy: Visit hunterpharm.com/.
McCracken Pharmacy: Visit https://mccrackenpharmacy.com/.
Pechin Pharmacy: Visit https://pechinpharmacy.com/.
Perry Drug Store: Visit https://perrydrugstore.net.
Rite Aid Pharmacy: Visit https://www.riteaid.com/pharmacy/apt-scheduler/.
Walmart: Visit https://www.walmart.com/.
Sam’s Club: Visit https://www.samsclub.com/pharmacy/immunization? imzType=covid/.
Walgreen’s: Visit https://www.walgreens.com/.
Veterans Affairs System: The VA is offering COVID-19 vaccines to veterans, their spouses, and veteran caregivers. Visit https://www.va.gov/health-care/covid-19-vaccine/stay-informed/.
Vaccinate PA conducts automated searches for appointments based on ZIP code. Visit https://vaccinatepa.org/ to check for real-time availability.
Solv. includes COVID-19 vaccine providers in and near Washington County, and which vaccine – Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson – the provider offers. Visit https://www.solvhealth.com/pa/c/washington-pa-srv-covid-vaccine.