Mobile vaccination clinics

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Mobile vaccination site

Mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinics are now making stops in all four corners of the state. These clinics allow people to access the vaccine right in their home communities.

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What to expect


It is best to register in advance by clicking the “Book Appointment” link above.  Limited walk-up appointments are also available on site, but pre-registration is encouraged. Pre-registration will collect your name, address, birthday, and contact information to reserve your spot. Any relevant medical information will be collected on site.


When you arrive at your appointment, you will be asked to fill out a short paper form with a few health questions before receiving your vaccination. No ID or proof of insurance is required. 


Your vaccination will take place at one of the six vaccination stations inside the Vaccines for All mobile unit. After receiving your vaccine, you will receive a vaccination record card. This is an important document to keep for your records as it informs you of your second vaccination time and date if you receive the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.

You will then be asked to park or sit and wait in a designated area for a 15-minute observation period. If you are not feeling well during this observation period, an on-site health professional will assist you.


Learn about accommodations offered at mobile vaccine clinics.


Please remember to stay hydrated before and after your vaccination and please eat before your vaccination or bring a snack with you. Also, feel free to bring a friend or family member with you for support if needed.