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  • People aged 65 years or above
  • People 50 years and above with a high-risk medical condition
  • People 50 years and above working as a frontline essential worker
  • Pre K-12 and child care education staff  
  • People living or working in congregate settings
  • Workers in health care settings
  • Frontline EMS and Fire Service personnel
  • Long term care facility residents and staff members
  • Hospital-based frontline health care workers and hospital personnel

See more details and eligibility criteria on the State of Alaska Vaccine Eligibility webpage.

See more details and eligibility criteria in the State of Alaska Vaccine Eligibility webpage.

If you do not see yourself identified in any of these groups, please be patient. Vaccine supply is very limited at first, and it will gradually be available to more Alaskans over time. Learn about the State of Alaska’s process in allocating COVID-19 vaccine here.

See more details and eligibility criteria in the State of Alaska Vaccine Eligibility webpage.

The COVID-19 vaccine is currently being administered in Juneau. Due to a limited supply, the State of Alaska determines how to distribute the vaccine equitably for the general public. First, find out if you’re eligible. Then, when it’s your turn, schedule an appointment for a vaccine at a clinic or at a state-enrolled provider. Depending on supply, appointments may or may not available. In time, everyone who wants a COVID-19 vaccine will get one. The information on this page is for vaccine managed by the State of Alaska for the general public. 

You may be able to get a vaccine on a different eligibility schedule and distribution system. Beneficiaries and existing patients of Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) can find vaccine information here. Members of the military can reach out to their U.S. Department of Defense department. Juneau veterans will be contacted by their VA medical provider as vaccine becomes available; contacts are made based on age and underlying conditions. Veterans age 70 and older who have not yet been contacted can directly call the Juneau VA Clinic at 796-4300 to schedule an appointment.

If I’m currently eligible, how do I get a vaccine?

Vaccine Clinics

The City and Borough of Juneau, SEARHC, Tlingit & Haida, Bartlett Regional Hospital, Juneau Public Health Center are working together to host vaccine clinics for eligible groups. Clinics are held as vaccine becomes available.

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Other Vaccine Providers

In addition, local providers in Juneau have enrolled with the State of Alaska to distribute COVID-19 vaccine by appointment to currently eligible groups.

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