Next COVID-19 vaccine clinic for eligible groups is March 12-13; sign-up opens Thurs. Feb. 25 at noon
UPDATE: All appointments for the March 12-13 COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic at Centennial Hall have been booked. If you were not able to get an appointment, do not worry. Additional clinics will be held as more vaccine becomes available. In time, every Juneau resident who wants a COVID-19 vaccine will get one. If you did make an appointment and have a question, email email@example.com.
Juneau’s next COVID-19 vaccine clinic for eligible groups is March 12 (12 – 7 p.m.) and March 13 (9 a.m. – 4 p.m.) at Centennial Hall. Vaccinations are by appointment only. Appointments can be made starting Thursday, February 25, at 12 p.m. on juneau.org/vaccine. The public is encouraged to sign up online; those without internet can call 586-6000 to make an appointment starting February 25 at 12 p.m.
Groups currently eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine at this clinic is determined by the State of Alaska. Eligible groups are:
- 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
The clinic will distribute approximately 2,200 doses of the Pfizer vaccine over the two days, thanks in large part to a new partnership with SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium. In order to make an appointment, you must be available for a second dose at Centennial Hall April 2-3. The clinic is organized by Bartlett Regional Hospital, Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska, Juneau Public Health Center, SEARHC, and City and Borough of Juneau.
The clinic is for Alaska residents who are currently living in Juneau and have physically been in Juneau for at least five days prior to the clinic dates, March 12 and 13. If you will be returning to Juneau within five days of the clinic dates, and therefore strict social distancing per CBJ ordinance, do not make an appointment. Strict social distancing cannot be maintained at the clinic.
People with appointments should bring a photo ID to the clinic. After checking in and getting the vaccine, you’ll be monitored for 15 minutes for any adverse reactions. Appointments for the second dose will be made at the clinic. Everyone at the clinic is required to wear a mask. There is no cost for the vaccine or the administration of the vaccine. If you are making an appointment on behalf of someone who does not speak English, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 586-6000 ahead of their clinic appointment so translation services can be arranged.
Making an appointment by telephone
Eligible individuals who do not have internet access can call 586-6000 to make an appointment starting February 25 at 12 p.m. A portion of the appointments have been set aside for call-ins.
Juneau’s March vaccine allocation
For March, the community of Juneau will be getting approximately 2,200 Pfizer doses and 900 Moderna doses from the State of Alaska (a portion of the Pfizer doses is from the Indian Health Service through a partnership with SEARHC). This is where they’re going:
- Approximately 2,200 Pfizer doses for the March 12-13 clinic
- 300 Moderna doses to SEARHC
- 100 Moderna doses to Costco Pharmacy
- 100 Moderna doses to Family Practice Physicians
- 100 Moderna doses to Juneau Urgent and Family Care
- 100 Moderna doses to Lemon Creek Correctional Center
- 100 Moderna doses to Ron’s Apothecary Shoppe
- 100 Moderna doses to Southeast Medical Clinic
Learn about the state-enrolled vaccine providers in Juneau and how to make appointments here. Fred Meyer Pharmacy and Safeway Pharmacy are currently part of the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program for COVID-19 Vaccination and no longer get state allocation.
For more information, email email@example.com or call the City Manager’s Office at 586-5240.