Vaccine Info

Where Can I Get the Vaccine?

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PA Department of Health is now using Vaccines.gov as the mapping source to help individuals find a location where they can get vaccinated.  Individual searching for a vaccine can choose between locations with the Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.  Learn more...

Veterans

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Persons With Limited/No Internet Access

Individuals in this situation have several phone resource options for assistance with COVID-19 vaccines:

  • PA Health Hotline 1-877-724-3258
  • Persevere PA 1-855-284-2494. Crisis hotline addressing mental impacts of COVID-19, which can also assist callers finding a healthcare provider to administer vaccine when their corresponding phase arrives.
  • Deaf/Hard of Hearing Individuals may contact PA Relay Services by dialing 711.

PA DOH Vaccine FAQ

Link to PA DOH Vaccine Answers to Your Questions

U.S. Dept of VA Resource for Vaccine Questions

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The Office of Developmental Programs, PA Developmental Disabilities Council, Temple Institute on Disabilities, and Rite Aid have partnered to provide COVID-19 vaccines to individuals with an intellectual disability, developmental disability or autism and their caregivers at Rite Aid stores across the Commonwealth. There is a call center to support scheduling appointments.

To register, call 1-800-424-4345. Hours of operation 7am- 7pm, Monday through Friday. Learn more....

Vaccine Safety Information
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  1. Learn more about Westmoreland County Transit Transportation to Vaccine Sites

Additional COVID-19 Info

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Stay Connected

Email and/or Text Alerts will be sent out periodically as critical COVID-19 and Vaccine related info is available.  Opt-in to these alerts.

NOTE:  THIS IS NOT A VACCINE REGISTRATION LIST.  By providing your email/phone you will receive vaccine-related communication from the county for informational purposes only.  You need to directly contact the provider online or by phone to request and schedule an appointment as availability allows.