Tell the Philadelphia Department of Public Health you want to receive the COVID-19 vaccine
The city is gathering interest information to ensure those who want the vaccine will be notified when it becomes available to them.
Philadelphians now have a way to tell the Department of Public Health that they want to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Residents are encouraged to provide contact information and some limited personal information on the City’s website — phila.gov/vaccineinterest — which is available in English and Spanish. Those who complete the interest form will be contacted later by the Department of Public Health or one of the City’s many vaccine partners when they can schedule an appointment. The information collected on this form is protected using the same level of security as other health information maintained by the Department of Public Health and is completely secure.
Due to extremely limited vaccine supply at this time, residents cannot set appointments using this website. Furthermore, it may take weeks or months before residents will be able to schedule appointments. However, by registering on the phila.gov/vaccineinterest website, residents can ensure that they will be notified when the vaccine becomes available to them.