Next COVID-19 vaccine clinic is April 5-8; registration opens Monday, March 22 at noon
Juneau’s next COVID-19 vaccine clinic is April 5-8 (10 a.m. – 2 p.m.) at Centennial Hall. Vaccinations are by appointment only. Anyone age 16 and up who lives or works in Alaska can sign up. Appointments can be made starting this Monday, March 22, 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 March 22 at 12 p.m.
Important notes before making an appointment:
- You must be available for a second dose at Centennial Hall 21 days after your first dose.
- The clinic is for individuals age 16 and up who live or work in Alaska, and have physically been in the state for at least 5 days prior to April 5-8. If you have returned to the state within 5 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.
- An additional clinic will be occurring on April 9 at Juneau-Douglas High School: Yadaa.at Kalé and Thunder Mountain High School for all Juneau students who are 16 years old or older. Additional details are forthcoming early next week and directly to parents through the Juneau School District.
- If you signed up for the March 23 clinic waitlist, you are NOT automatically signed up for this April 5-8 clinic. You will need to make an appointment for the April 5-8 clinic to be guaranteed a vaccine.
- If you’re making an appointment on behalf of someone who doesn’t speak English, email [email protected] or call 586-6000 ahead of their clinic appointment so translation services can be arranged.
After checking in and getting the vaccine, you’ll be monitored for 15 minutes for any adverse reactions. Second-dose appointments for April 26-29 will be made at the clinic. Everyone is required to wear a mask.
The clinic is organized by Bartlett Regional Hospital (BRH), Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska, Juneau Public Health Center, SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium, and City and Borough of Juneau.
Juneau’s April vaccine allocation from the State of Alaska
For April, the community of Juneau will be getting 2,430 Pfizer, 900 Moderna, and 300 Johnson and Johnson doses from the State of Alaska. This is where they’re going:
- April 5-8 clinic and high school clinics: 2,430 Pfizer doses (more details to come on school clinics)
- BRH Emergency Department: 100 Johnson & Johnson doses
- Costco Pharmacy: 200 Moderna and 100 Johnson & Johnson doses
- Family Practice Physicians: 200 Moderna doses
- Genoa Healthcare: 100 Moderna doses
- Juneau Urgent and Family Care: 200 Moderna doses
- Ron’s Apothecary Shoppe: 200 Moderna and 100 Johnson & Johnson doses
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 protected] or call 586-6000.