COVID19 Vaccine Information

On April 1, Allegheny County launched a new Vaccine Registration site. Visitors to the site can schedule first or second doses and reschedule or cancel their appointment. If no appointments are available, the user will be invited to pre-register and will be notified via email or text when appointments are available.

This is a message from Allegheny Alerts: With vaccine becoming more plentiful in our county, residents now have the option of considering locations closer to their home or workplace to get the COVID-19 vaccine. To make that process easier for the public, Allegheny County has worked with vaccine providers in the county to create a public map of active COVID-19 vaccination locations.

The Vaccine Provider map contains information about pharmacies and ongoing vaccination sites, as well as temporary vaccination events for the public. Each location includes information about the type of vaccine available and how to register. More locations will be added on an ongoing basis.

The vaccine provider map is located on the county’s COVID Vaccine Information page (http://alleghenycounty.us/COVIDvaccine) Users may also access it directly at http://alleghenycounty.us/vaccinemap.

More information here: https://www.health.pa.gov/topics/disease/coronavirus/Vaccine/Pages/Vaccine.aspx#data


Helpful Links:

How to Prepare for the Vaccine https://www.health.pa.gov/topics/disease/coronavirus/Vaccine/Pages/Prepare.aspx

pa.gov Vaccine Page https://www.health.pa.gov/topics/disease/coronavirus/Vaccine/Pages/Vaccine.aspx

Pennsylvania Department of Health Hotline 1-877-724-3258

COVID Alert PA app information: https://www.pa.gov/covid/covid-alert-pa/

V-safe app information: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/safety/vsafe.html


The FBI is urging caution as the vaccine rollout continues. Below is their guidance and link to their site for more information.

As the United States and the world deal with the ongoing pandemic, the FBI’s national security and criminal investigative work continues. There are threats you should be aware of so you can take steps to protect yourself.  

  • Children who are home from school and spending more time online may be at increased risk for exploitation.
  • Anyone can be targeted by hackers and scammers.
  • Protecting civil rights and investigating hate crimes remain a high priority for the FBI.

Use the resources on this page to help keep yourself and your family safe from these and other threats.