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Weather-related shipping issues could temporarily postpone 2,800 appointments for at Pima County COVID-19 vaccination sites if new supplies do not arrive in the next few days. 
Pre-registration for COVID-19 vaccination appointments will expand at County-supported sites to people over 65 beginning at 9 a.m. on Feb. 18.  
Registrants looking for a "back door" who reverse ZIP code and city information cause applications to be rejected. 

Who is currently eligible?

Registration is open in Pima County to receive a COVID-19 vaccine for people in the Phase 1B.1 a-d.1 priority groups including:

  • People aged 65 years and older
  • Long-Term Care Staff and Residents
  • Protective Services Workers
  • Teachers / Educators / Child Care Workers
Phase 1B.1 a-d.1 priority groups in Phase 1.  Green highlight below indicates current group(s) that can register 

Phase 1

Need additional phase detail? See all past, current, and future phases.
1 A
1 B
1 C

Healthcare Worker & Healthcare Support Occupations

Emergency Medical Service Workers

Long-Term Care Facility Staff & Residents

Adults 70 and Older

Protective Services Occupations

Education & Childcare Workers

Adults 65 & Older

Essential Services / Critical Industry Workers

Adults with High-Risk Conditions in Congregate Settings

Adults of Any Age with High-Risk Medical Conditions

Adults Living in Congregate Settings



If you have questions about the vaccine, registration, eligibility and phases, and more, please see the COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs.

Registering for the vaccine

Pima County Vaccination Centers

People who qualify for the above priority criteria can be vaccinated at TMC, Banner Kino, Banner North (up through March 4th) or at Tucson Convention Center. Tucson Convention Center parking is free
 

Driving directions & interactive map

Banner-North at Cancer Center (Pfizer and Moderna) Banner-South Kino Stadium (Moderna only) Tucson Medical Center (Pfizer and Moderna)  Tucson Convention Center (Moderna only)

Telephone assistance for registration at TMC and TCC

(520) 222-0119
New hours as of Feb. 5: Monday-Sunday, 8:30 a.m. - 8 p.m.

As of now, an email address is required to register online

Registration for Banner (833) 509-0908

Registration for Arizona Health Department vaccination center at the University of Arizona 1 (844) 542-8201

What happens after I hit the “Make an Appointment” button?

Tips for making online appointment



State Vaccination Centers (University of Arizona POD)

The state of Arizona has established a vaccination center at the UA. Go to the state's vaccination registration page to get an appointment, or call 1 (844) 542-8201 for assistance. 


Other Vaccination Sites

The state and federal government are supplying retail pharmacies with vaccine. To find a location near you and make an appointment, go to the state's vaccination registration page 

Local Pharmacies

The federal government is providing vaccine directly to numerous retail pharmacies in Arizona. The number of pharmacies receiving vaccine grows each week. Currently there are more than 30 local pharmacies conducting vaccinations. To find pharmacies near you to schedule an appointment, use the state's Find Vaccine webpage

Our expectation is that local pharmacies will adhere to Pima County’s current prioritization phase, which includes those 65 and older. 







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