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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

On Friday, December 11, 2020, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued the first emergency use authorization (EUA) for a vaccine (Pfizer) for the prevention of coronavirus diseases 2019 (COVID-19) for individuals 16 years of age and older. Since then, a second vaccine (Moderna) has been approved for use as well.

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In Idaho and EIPH's region, doses of the COVID-19 vaccines are currently limited and it will take some time before everyone who wishes to receive vaccine will be able to do so. Idaho's full list of priority groups and a tentative timeline for rollout of the vaccine to the various priority groups can be found here:

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Priority Group
ELIGIBLE NOW: Healthcare Workers, EMS, Long-term Care Residents/Staff; & Home Care Providers

Priority Group 2.1

ELIGIBLE NOW: First Responders; Education (K-12 & Childcare); Correctional Workers

Priority Group 2.2

People Aged 65 and Older (estimated to start in early February)
Priority Group 2.3 Frontline Essential Workers (food and agriculture; Idaho National Guard; manufacturing workers; public transit; US Postal Service workers) (estimated to start mid-February to early March)
Priority Group
People Aged 16-64 with Health Conditions & Other Essential Workers(estimated to start late-March to early April)
Priority Group
General Public (estimated to start May)


Anyone may request to be notified by EIPH when a specific priority group is eligible to schedule a vaccination by submitting a request here.


Eastern Idaho Public Health has been receiving COVID vaccines and is re working with local partners to get them administered throughout our eight-county region. Chart below reflects doses of vaccine received from 12/14/2020 through 1/11/2021.