Vaccine Info

COVID-19 vaccine vial

Currently there is limited vaccine supply in Pennsylvania, which is dependent on the federal government for supply. COVID-19 vaccine distribution in Westmoreland County follows a phased approach developed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health

Vaccine availability varies by county, so counties may move through vaccination phases at different times.Top priority is to get more vaccines to Westmoreland County residents as soon as possible. Expectation is that the federal government will soon increase supplies available to the states, therefore leading to more availability within our county.

  1. VAPHS University Drive Campus


    At this time VAPHS can no longer accommodate walk-ins at their University Drive campus.  Do not report to any VAHPS facility seeking the first dose of the vaccine without an appointment. 

    Read Complete VAPHS Update

    Learn more about Westmoreland County Transit Transportation to Vaccine Sites
  1. Westmoreland County follows the PA DOH COVID19 Vaccination Plan which DOES NOT include a centralized registration system. View the PA DOH list of vaccine providers in Westmoreland County via the Interactive Map or List of Vaccine Providers and use their corresponding websites for availability and registration processes.

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.

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.