COVID-19 vaccines are available by walk-in Monday – Thursday from 8:30am- 5:30 pm and Fridays from 8:30am to 11:30 am. No appointment is needed. See below for more information and additional vaccines and locations available including Wendover clinics. Tooele County Health Department is offering Moderna and Pfizer vaccines.

If possible please fill out an encounter form and bring it with you – COVID19 Encounter 2020 PDF COVID19 Spanish Encounter 2020

If you would like to get your vaccine through NOMI Health click here https://getmyshot.utah.gov/  You will be directed to the NOMI Health site to schedule an appointment. Additional vaccine providers are listed below.

 

 

 

 

Who is eligible to receive the vaccine?  Vaccines are available for ALL UTAHNS AGE 12 AND OLDER. If you are 12-17 years of age, you can only receive the Pfizer-Biontech vaccine.

Where can I get the vaccine? COVID-19 vaccine is being offered by the Tooele County Health Department and are available by walk-in Monday – Thursday 8:30am-5:30 pm and Fridays 8:30am-11:30am.  Additional vaccine providers are listed below.  To ensure adequate supply please get your second dose through the same provider as your first dose. As a reminder, you no longer have to exclusively get the vaccine at your local health department – you can get the vaccine at a local pharmacy, from a healthcare provider, or even a health department in a different county. 

 See below for more information and additional vaccine providers.

If you are a Tooele County resident, in need of transportation services please call dispatch at (435) 843-4114 to schedule your appointment.

Vacuna De Covid-19 – Disponsible al publico

Haga clic aqui para ser dirigido al citio de Vaccinate Utah para hacer una cita para la vacuna de COVID-19.

Por favor deje 28 dias de su primera dosis para hacer la segunda cita. Para garantizar un suministro adecuado, obtenga su segunda dosis en el mismo lugar que su primera dosis.

Si eres un residente del condado de Tooele y necesita transporte, llame al 435-843-4114  para conseguir un cita.

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Please allow 28 days from your first vaccine dose before scheduling your second dose appointment for the Moderna vaccine and 21 days for the Pfizer vaccine. 

Additional vaccine providers:

There are many vaccine providers across the state. If you are having trouble finding an appointment with us, we encourage you to schedule with a different provider.

Wendover COVID Clinic information click here https://tooelehealth.org/wendover-covid-vaccine-clinic/

Utah Vaccine Distribution Maceys Pharmacy. Click here to make an appointment. Nomi Health vaccination scheduling portal. Click here for more information. VaccineFinder.org

All Utahns ages 12 and older can get the vaccine.

If you are 12 to 17 years old, you can only receive the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.


We want to make sure there are as many locations as possible where Utahns can get vaccinated for COVID-19. To make it easier for all Utahns to get vaccinated, the state of Utah has contracted with Nomi Health to provide vaccinations throughout Utah.

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When you click on this link you will be taken to a Nomi Health page to register for the vaccine.


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How much does the vaccine cost? The vaccine is available at no cost.

For more information please call (435) 277-2460 or email us at tchdschedule@tooelehealth.org

What information should I know about the vaccine?

What if I need a ride to my appointment?

Transportation Options

Attention Tooele County residents needing transportation services:

To ensure we are able to accommodate you, we ask that you call and schedule your appointment with Transportation Dispatch (435-843-4114). 

Tooele County Transportation Services Dispatch 

Phone number: 435-843-4114

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UTA is offering free fare to COVID-19 vaccination appointments through December 31, 2021. The free fare is valid on all UTA modes, including TRAX, FrontRunner, S-Line, bus, Ski bus, Paratransit, UTA’s On Demand service, and PC-SLC Connect.  Paratransit riders can schedule rides as usual by calling 801-287-7433, please mention you’re traveling to get your vaccine. For more information please visit: www.rideuta.com/news/2021/03/Free-Fare-to-Vacinations or contact UTA customer service at 801-RIDE-UTA (743-3882) or rideuta@rideuta.com.

COVID-19 vaccines

Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

Authorized for anyone 12 years of age or older.
Number of shots: 2 shots, 21 days apart
How it’s given: Shot in the muscle of the upper arm
For a full list of ingredients, side effects, and who should get the vaccine, see the fact sheet.

Pfizer vaccine fact sheet
(For other languages, click here)

Moderna COVID-19 vaccine

Authorized for anyone 18 years of age or older.
Number of shots: 2 shots, 28 days apart
How it’s given: Shot in the muscle of the upper arm
For a full list of ingredients, side effects, and who should get the vaccine, see the fact sheet.

Moderna vaccine fact sheet
(For other languages, click here)

Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine

Authorized for anyone 18 years of age or older.
Number of shots: 1 shot
How it’s given: Shot in the muscle of the upper arm
For a full list of ingredients, side effects, and who should get the vaccine, see the fact sheet.

Johnson & Johnson vaccine fact sheet
(For other languages, click here)

FAQs on the CDC and FDA decision to “pause” administration of the Johnson & Johnson vaccines

 


 

 

EO 2021-6 Vaccine Distribution Update Feb. 23, 2021

 

Join our email list for vaccine updates – https://coronavirus.utah.gov/vaccine-distribution/#sign-up

The COVID-19 vaccination will be an important tool to help stop the pandemic. Stay up-to-date on vaccines, COVID-19 information and Utah Department of Health recommendations so you can make informed decisions to keep yourself and your family safe and healthy.

 

Are COVID-19 vaccines safe? – https://coronavirus.utah.gov/vaccine-information/

COVID-19 vaccines are safe. Data from clinical trials showed the COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. The benefits of getting vaccinated far outweigh the risks of getting COVID-19. No steps are being skipped during the clinical trial and data review process for COVID-19 vaccines. Safety is a top priority. No matter how quickly COVID-19 vaccines are developed, they are being held to the same standards as other vaccines to make sure they are safe. Clinical trials of COVID-19 vaccines must first show they are safe and effective before any vaccine can be authorized or approved for use in the United States.
The known and potential benefits of a COVID-19 vaccine must outweigh the known and potential risks of the vaccine for use under what is known as an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA).

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