COVID-19 Vaccine

This page has information about COVID-19 vaccination, including instructions on how to register and make an appointment to get vaccinated in Wasatch County. For general information about the COVID-19 vaccine, visit


Instructions to register

Registration is only available to those groups or individuals considered eligible under the State of Utah's vaccination plan and public health order (see timeline below)

For those currently eligible:

To register for an appointment, please call the Wasatch County COVID-19 Hotline at 435-657-3276 during regular business hours (Monday - Friday 8 am to 5 pm)

COVID-19 vaccine is available to Wasatch County residents only. For all others, please reach out to the local health department where you reside. Click HERE for a list of departments & phone numbers

Timeline: When Can I Get the Vaccine?

Please note, the timeline may change based on availability

Healthcare Workers, First Responders, Long-Term Care Facilities, and K-12 School Staff

Any healthcare worker who has contact with patients (like dentists, physical or occupational therapists, front office staff in a clinic, medical aesthetics, home healthcare workers, etc.) can get vaccinated right now.

All first responders like EMS personnel, law enforcement officers, dispatchers, and corrections officers can get vaccinated right now

If you work or live in a long-term care facility, you can get vaccinated right now. Call your employer or the facility administrator to schedule your appointment. Most residents and workers of long-term care facilities are being vaccinated with the help of national pharmacy chains, such as CVS and Walgreens.

If you are a K-12 school teacher or staff, you can get vaccinated now. Call your school district or school administration for more information.

Utahns 70 years and older

People 70 and older can receive the vaccine starting Monday, January 18.  You must schedule your appointment ahead of time - do not just show up without an appointment.  Please understand we have limited vaccines and that appointments will fill up quickly.  It may take a few tries to get an appointment.

Who's Next?

We expect COVID-19 vaccines will be available in March for other higher risk age groups, people with certain underlying medical conditions, and those who live in congregate settings and are at higher risk for the virus that causes COVID-19.

You don’t need to “get on a waiting list” to be vaccinated. When there is enough vaccine, we expect to have it available at many locations throughout our community. This may include your local pharmacy, your doctor’s office, and the health department.

All Utahns

We expect COVID-19 vaccines will be available to all Utahns in April-July 2021. For more information about where you can receive the vaccination, visit