Every Vermonter aged 12 and up can now make a vaccination appointment.
You will need to create an account with an email address to make an appointment. Click here to make your vaccination appointment or to create an account. If you cannot make an appointment online, call 855-722-7878. More state vaccination news here.
The FDA has approved the Pfizer vaccine for teens aged 12-15. Parent or guardian must give consent in advance but does not need to be with the child.
- Click here for a list of school and community based clinics open for this age group.
- State clinics: many sites and appointments available. The Department of Health will be holding Pfizer vaccine clinics at Green Mountain Tech and Career Center on all Wednesdays in May from 9-3.
- CVS in Morrisville has Pfizer vaccine, as do many other pharmacies around the state, such as Walgreens in Williston.
The state is beginning to offer vaccination through primary care providers. People should contact primary care providers to find out if they can get vaccinated in their doctor’s office.
Vermont's Vaccine Dashboard has up-to-date information on the state's vaccination effort.