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Posted on: March 17, 2021

[ARCHIVED] COVID-19 Update March 17, 2021

Additional eligibility has been added to Phase 2; As of Monday March 22nd, people who are 60 years of age and older and certain workers who fall into the following categories: restaurant and café, food industry, grocery and convenience store, food pantry including volunteers, medical supply chain, vaccine development, transit, public works, utility, sanitation workers, public health, court system, and funeral workers are eligible to be vaccinated. For the complete list of workers who are eligible within this next part of Phase 2, please visit the State's website.

As of April 5, 2021 the following people will be eligible in Phase 2:

If your group is not specifically listed in either Phase 1 or Phase 2, you will be eligible to receive the vaccine in Phase 3, which will launch April 19, 2021.

Appointments for mass vaccination sites are now done through a new pre-registration system that calls, texts, or emails you directly and provides you with a unique code to sign up for an appointment. You have 24 hours after receiving the code to sign up for your appointment. The website to use is or visit and you can find the website link and information is on the page.

If you are not comfortable using the internet, you can call 211 and have a representative assist you with pre-registration. can still be used to find appointments at non-mass vaccination sites.

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