MONTGOMERY – Governor Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) on Friday announced that ADPH will provide COVID-19 vaccinations for people 75 years old or older, as well as first responders, including law enforcement and firefighters, statewide by appointment only effective January 18. Appointments at locations throughout the state are made first come, first served. The addition of these groups is not a full expansion into the next phase of the vaccine rollout.

 “I appreciate the swift work of ADPH to establish a system to efficiently provide our limited resources of vaccine to as many Alabamians as possible,” Governor Ivey said. “We are diligently working to expand access to our seniors, law enforcement officers and various members of our first responders. It is critical for everyone to remain patient.  ADPH and their partners are working around-the-clock to assist as many people as they can.” 


Colbert County

• Colbert County Health Department

• Helen Keller Hospital

• Shoals Hospital Lauderdale County

• Lauderdale County Health Department

• North Alabama Medical Center Lawrence County

• Lawrence County Health Department Limestone County

• Limestone County Health Department

• Athens Limestone Hospital  

Nearly 350,000 people in the state of Alabama would qualify for a vaccine at 75 years old and older.

 To schedule an appointment for the free COVID-19 vaccination, individuals may call the ADPH toll-free phone number at 1-855-566-5333 8am-5pm 7 days.   

IMPORTANT– DO NOT CALL the medical facilities.  They are not equipped to handle the excess calls and they CANNOT schedule the COVID -19 vaccines.

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