Here are some vaccine distribution updates and key points from the Davis County Health Department.
- Healthcare Workers & First Responders: Vaccines are NOW available. The next Davis County clinic is scheduled for Tuesday, 1/12. This is the link to schedule an appointment: https://webportal.daviscountyutah.gov/App/CovidPublic/home. Proof you are a healthcare worker or first responder is required at your appointment.
- Long-Term Care Facility Staff & Residents: Currently receive the vaccine through an agreement with Walgreens.
- K-12 Teachers & School Staff - School staff in Davis County can be vaccinated starting January 11, 2021. Proof you are K-12 staff is required at your appointment. More details will be provided by your school administration.
- Those Ages 70 & Older - We currently anticipate that COVID vaccine will be available to Utahns 70 and older starting the week of January 18, 2021. Proof you are 70+ is required at your appointment. Those in this group will not be able to schedule appointments until we learn how much vaccine we will be receiving late next week. Check our vaccine website next Friday (1/15) for more details.
- Other Groups - We expect COVID-19 vaccines will be available in March for other age groups, people with certain underlying medical conditions, and those who live in congregate settings and are at higher risk for the virus that causes COVID-19.
- You must schedule your appointment ahead of time. Do not just show up without an appointment.
- Currently the Davis County vaccine clinics are being held at the Legacy Events Center Arena, 151 South 1100 West, Farmington, Utah. This is a drive-up clinic where participants can remain in their vehicle. Those who arrive on foot are also able to be served.
- Davis County has limited vaccines. Appointments will fill up quickly. It may take a few tries to get an appointment.
- There is no waiting list to be added to.
- They are using both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.
- According to the Executive Order, those who have tested positive for COVID-19 within 90 days should be discouraged from receiving the vaccine at this time, due to the fact they should have some immunity.
- Utah Coronavirus Vaccine FAQs have been updated and can be found at this link.
Davis County Health Department Vaccine Website
The Davis County vaccine website will have the most up-to-date information for populations who live and work in Davis County that are eligible to receive the vaccine and how to schedule an appointment. https://www.daviscountyutah.gov/health/covid-19/vaccine