The Philadelphia Department of Public Health updates this page weekly with the most up-to-date information about COVID-19 vaccine distribution in Philadelphia and other important COVID-19 related information.
May 14, 2021 Update
Starting on April 16, all Philadelphians who meet the age requirements are eligible to get the vaccine. The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is currently authorized for individuals 16 years and above. The Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are currently authorized for individuals 18 years and above.
The COVID-19 vaccine had previously been distributed in phases in Philadelphia. The phases were based on a person’s level of risk of acquiring infection, transmitting infection to vulnerable persons, or suffering severe consequences of infection.
|Total doses administered||1,404,102|
|Partially vaccinated individuals||828,000|
|Fully vaccinated individuals||576,102|
Racial breakdown of those who have received at least one dose of vaccine:
|African American||208,169||25.1%||+0.2% from last week|
|Asian American||98,250||11.9%||no change from last week|
|Hispanic||79,703||9.6%||+0.2% from last week|
|White||387,530||46.8%||-0.4% from last week|
|Other race||35,886||4.3%||-0.1% from last week|
|Unknown race||18,462||2.2%||no change from last week|
Gender breakdown of those who have received at least one dose of vaccine:
|Female||455,717||55.2%||-0.2% from last week|
|Male||369,798||44.8%||+0.2% from last week|
|Unknown gender||598||0.1%||no change from last week|
Vaccines are approved to be administered at nearly 250 sites citywide. The following map shows all sites eligible to receive vaccine, but they may have not all received vaccine yet.
This map SHOULD NOT be used to request appointments. This information is to provide an overview of where vaccines are being administered and does NOT represent where you can get vaccine.
- Pharmacy – Chain
- Urgent Care
- Pharmacy – Independent
- Behavioral Health