Up until April 5, healthcare workers, K-12 teachers or childcare workers, adults 45-64 with underlying health conditions, and adults aged 65 and up were eligible to receive a Covid-19 vaccine.

On April 5, eligibility opened up to Phase 1B, group 7. This group includes:

  • Frontline workers and their age-eligible family members. Front line workers include grocery store employees, public transit employees, food service employees, journalists, US Postal service employees, and more. Click here to see the full list (scroll to page 2). A simple way to define a frontline worker: someone whose jobs put them...
1. Within 6 feet of people from outside their household; OR
2. Within 6 feet of people from outside their household for more than 15 minutes at a time; OR
3. They can’t perform their job duties at home or another setting that limits contact with others.

  • People living in multigenerational households. 

  • Adults 16-44 with one or more underlying health conditions that increase risk of severe Covid-19. Those conditions include cancer, diabetes, Down Syndrome, HIV infection, liver disease, obesity, and more. Click here to see the full list (scroll to page 3).