COVID-19 Vaccine Information
The COVID-19 vaccination will be an important tool to help stop the pandemic. Stay up-to-date on vaccines, COVID-19 information and Southeast Utah Health Department recommendations so you can make informed decisions to keep yourself and your family safe and healthy.
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In the State of Utah, COVID-19 vaccines have now been made available to individuals aged 70 and over! We are excited to begin vaccinating community members in our district, as it shows us a glimpse into a more positive future.
Our vaccine scheduler is available at this time to those individuals aged 70 and over, and age verification will be required at the time of vaccination. We ask that if you are under 70 years of age, please do not schedule an appointment at this time, as it will take a time slot from someone who is eligible, and we will not be able to administer the vaccine to you.
Online scheduled clinic times are only available to those 70 and older. If you are a first responder or an employee of a school district, SEUHD will work with your employer to schedule your vaccination.
SEUHD is looking forward to the time when everyone who wishes to be vaccinated has access to the vaccine. At this time, we ask for public cooperation in staying within their assigned age or risk group so that the distribution can proceed as smoothly as possible.
At this time all available appointments have been scheduled. As we receive more vaccine, we will add more appointments to the schedule.
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Local COVID-19 vaccine updates
State COVID-19 vaccine information
State of Utah COVID-19 vaccine email updates registration:
When the vaccine is available, every Utahn age 16 years or older should get vaccinated for COVID-19. If as many people as possible get vaccinated and we continue to follow health recommendations, we will win the fight against this virus.
How we get back to normal
Anticipated vaccine approval timeline:
What to expect at your vaccination appointment:
You should print the vaccination forms HERE and bring them prefilled out to your appointment.
You will receive a vaccination card or printout that tells you what COVID-19 vaccine you received, the date you received it, and where you received it.
You should receive a paper or electronic version of a fact sheet that tells you more about the specific COVID-19 vaccine you are being offered. Each authorized COVID-19 vaccine has its own fact sheet that contains information to help you understand the risks and benefits of receiving that specific vaccine.
Moderna fact sheet
Pfizer fact sheet
You should stay at the place where you got vaccinated for 15-30 minutes after you get the vaccine to make sure you do not have an allergic reaction that needs medical attention.
It’s normal to have mild to moderate side effects a few days after getting a vaccine.
You should get two doses of the vaccine unless a healthcare provider or your doctor tells you to not get it.
It takes time for your body to build immunity and protection after any vaccination.
If you are concerned about a medical condition and getting your COVID vaccine, please talk with your medical provider.