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The PA Department of Health does not have a time-table of how long it will take to distribute COVID-19 vaccines across the commonwealth since there is only a limited supply of vaccine available at this time.
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Not necessarily. The current COVID-19 vaccine supply is not big enough to cover everyone, and health care workers as well as long-term care residents are still being vaccinated through next month.
Pennsylvania does not have a centralized scheduling system for COVID-19 vaccines. Instead, officials are asking the public to use the COVID-19 vaccine provider map provided on the PA Department of Health website to find a provider with vaccine availability. The next step is to directly contact the provider online or by phone to request and schedule an appointment as availability allows.
The VA has held multiple walk-in vaccination clinics in Pittsburgh and is scouting locations to hold one in Westmoreland County. Westmoreland County Department of Veterans Affairs posts information on these clinics on their website News section as these clinics are announced. Opt-in to Westmoreland County Veterans Alerts to receive news as soon as they post to the website.
Veterans can also schedule to have the vaccine administered by appointment at the Greensburg Community Based Outpatient Clinic by calling 724-216-0317.
All information we’ve been provided indicates that vets must be enrolled with VA Healthcare Pittsburgh to receive the vaccine .
Please refer to the PA Department of Health COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ webpage or contact the PA Department of Health HOTLINE at: 1-877-724-3258.