Covid-19 Vaccine Availability by State & FAQS

COVID-19 Vaccine Availability

Our family of pharmacies has received a limited supply of the COVID-19 vaccine in select areas and our licensed health care professionals are partnering with federal and state agencies to administer the doses in accordance with each jurisdiction’s rollout plans.

This page will be regularly updated with information on vaccine availability and eligibility by state. Please check back often for new locations and updated eligibility criteria.

Note: The COVID-19 vaccine is not available at Little Clinic locations at this time.

Information last updated 3/1/21 at 2:00 p.m. ET.

Alabama

  • Coming soon–please check back for updates

Alaska

Arizona

Arkansas

  • Coming soon–please check back for updates

California

  • Limited quantities available at select locations
  • Current eligibility: Varies by county; learn more here
    Note: Residents must reside in the county they are receiving vaccines, per local public health regulations
  • Check appointment availability
    Note: Patients who received their first dose of COVID vaccine from Ralphs will be assigned a second dose appointment.

Colorado

  • Limited quantities available at select locations
  • Current eligibility: Health care workers, seniors (65+), K-12 education and child care workers, select state government officials. Starting March 5, Phase 1B.3 eligibility will include: Seniors (60+), frontline essential workers in grocery and agriculture, people 16-59 with 2 or more high-risk conditions
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Delaware

  • Coming soon–please check back for updates

District of Columbia

  • Limited quantities available at select locations
  • Current eligibility: Seniors (65+) and individuals who work in a health care setting
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Florida

  • Coming soon–please check back for updates

Georgia

  • Limited quantities available at select locations
  • Current eligibility: Phase 1A+ (health care workers, long-term care facilities' staff and residents, seniors 65+ and caregivers, law enforcement and fire personnel, dispatchers, 911 operators, and funeral home workers who come into direct contact with the deceased)
  • Beginning March 8, eligibility will include: educators and staff of Pre-K, K-12, DECAL-licensed or exempt childcare programs, adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their caregivers, and parents of children with complex medical conditions
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Idaho

Illinois

  • Limited quantities available at select locations for Illinois residents only
  • Current eligibility: Seniors (65+), health care workers, long-term care facilities' residents and staff, and non-health care frontline essential workers.
  • Beginning March 1, individuals 16+ with comorbidities and underlying conditions, as well as individuals with disabilities will be eligible per state guidelines. (Excluding City of Chicago, Cook County, and DuPage County)
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Indiana

  • Limited quantities available at select locations for Indiana residents only (health care workers that live in another state but work in Indiana are eligible with a verified ID/badge) 
  • Current eligibility: Health care workers and volunteers who have physical or close contact with patients, long-term care facilities' staff and residents, first responders (firefighter, police, EMS, reservist, correctional officer) who are regularly called to the scene of an emergency to give medical aid, and seniors (60+), per state guidelines
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Kansas

  • Limited quantities are available at select locations
  • Current eligibility: Phase 1A (health care workers) and Phase 2 (seniors 65+)
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Kentucky

  • Limited quantities available at select locations
  • Current eligibility: Kentuckians (those who reside in Kentucky) in: Phase 1a (Residents of long-term care and assisted living facilities, health care personnel), Phase 1b (seniors 70+, First responders, Kentucky K-12 school personnel, Kentucky childcare workers), and Phase 1c (individuals 60+, individuals 16+ with CDC highest risk C19 risk conditions, all essential workers, including grocery store workers).
  • Check appointment availability (For Regional clinic sites: search for KY Horse Park, Bowling Green, Covington, Frankfort)

Louisiana

  • Limited quantities available at select locations
  • Current eligibility: Phase 1B, Tier 1 (health care workers, first responders, emergency response personnel, nursing home and long-term care facilities' staff and residents, seniors 65+, dental providers and staff, dialysis providers and recipients, schools of allied health staff and students, teachers, daycare workers, individuals 55+ with underlying medical conditions placing them at an “increased risk of severe illness from the virus that causes COVID-19,” providers/staff of nonemergency medical transportation services, pregnant women, election workers assigned to the March and April 2021 elections, per Louisiana Department of Health guidelines
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Maryland

  • Coming soon–please check back for updates

Michigan

  • Coming soon–please check back for updates

Mississippi

  • Limited quantities available at select locations
  • Current eligibility: Seniors (65+), individuals 16-64 with certain underlying health conditions, health care workers, EMTs, paramedics, and long-term care facilities' residents and staff, teachers, staff and employees in K-12 schools, preschool or childcare; and law enforcement, public safety, fire services, first responder and emergency management personnel, per state guidelines
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Missouri

  • Coming soon–please check back for updates

Montana

  • Coming soon–please check back for updates

Nebraska

  • Coming soon–please check back for updates

Nevada

  • Limited quantities available at select locations
  • Current eligibility: Only seniors (65+); health care workers should contact local department of health
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New Mexico

  • Coming soon–please check back for updates

North Carolina

  • Coming soon–please check back for updates

Ohio

  • Limited quantities available at select locations
  • Current eligibility: Seniors (65+), Ohioans with early childhood conditions that are carried into adulthood and put them at a higher risk for adverse outcomes due to COVID-19, per state guidelines; health care workers should contact local department of health.
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Oregon

South Carolina

  • Limited quantities available at select locations
  • Current eligibility: Health care workers, long-term care facilities' staff and residents, and seniors (65+) regardless of health status or pre-existing conditions
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Tennessee

  • Limited quantities available at select locations
  • Per the TN Department of Health, eligibility for Tennesseans includes Phase 1a and 1b: Health care workers, long-term care facilities' residents and staff, individuals 18+ unable to live independently, medically fragile teens (16-17 years old), first responders, funeral/mortuary staff, language and sign-language interpreters working in health care, CMS workers in health care with direct patient exposure, and Phase 1b: Seniors (65+), K-12 and childcare staff, and first responder operations personnel
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Texas

  • Limited quantities available at select locations
  • Current eligibility: Front-line healthcare workers, residents at long-term care facilities, seniors (65+), and people 16+ with a health condition that increases risk of severe COVID‑19 illness
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Utah

Virginia

  • Limited quantities available at select locations
  • Current eligibility per state and local health department includes Phase 1a and 1b: health care workers, long-term care facilities' residents, frontline essential workers (including grocery employees), seniors (65+), individuals 16+ with an underlying medical condition, and individuals living in correctional facilities, homeless shelters or migrant labor camps.
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Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin

  • Limited quantities available at select locations
  • Current eligibility: Health care workers, first responders, and educators
  • Check appointment availability

Wyoming

  • Coming soon–please check back for updates

COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs

    All Kroger Health pharmacies and clinics will administer vaccine in accordance with jurisdiction-defined eligibility. Each of the 64 jurisdictions define their own allocation plan and priority.

    Both vaccines are safe and effective. There FDA, CDC, and ACIP have not declared preference for one vaccine over another.

    Depending on the jurisdiction allocation, Kroger Health will administer Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines. Both are safe and effective, there is no preference for one product over another.

    Nearly all COVID-19 vaccines being studied in the United States require two shots. The first shot starts building protection and primes the immune system, but everyone has to come back a few weeks later for the second shot to get the most protection the vaccine can offer and strengthen the immune response.

    Kroger Health pharmacies and clinics are trained and ready to administer the COVID-19 vaccines. As doses are allocated to us, we are administering in accordance with jurisdiction-defined eligibility.

    Each jurisdiction will progress through the following Phases, with additional tiering within some phases:

    • Phase 1A: limited doses available for persons in healthcare settings (primarily long-term care facilities)
    • Phase 1B: limited doses available for frontline essential workers (definition varies) & age 75 years and older
    • Phase 1C: limited doses available for essential workers, persons aged 65-74 years, and persons age 16-64 with high-risk medical conditions
    • Phase 2: large number of doses available for “critical population” defined as healthcare personnel, non-healthcare essential workers, adults with high-risk medical conditions, and people age 65 years and older
    • Phase 3: shift to routine vaccination strategy for remaining critical population and the general population

For more COVID-19 related FAQs and information, please visit the CDC's website here.

Helpful Resources

This product has not been approved or licensed by FDA, but has been authorized for emergency use by FDA, under an EUA to prevent Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) for use in individuals 16 or 18 years of age and older; and
The emergency use of this product is only authorized for the duration of the declaration that circumstances exist justifying the authorization of emergency use of the medical product under Section 564(b)(1) of the FD&C Act unless the declaration is terminated or authorization revoked sooner.