UPDATE: For the most up-to-date list of City-run and FEMA-supported vaccine clinics, check out https://www.phila.gov/vaccine.

Philadelphia has moved into Phase 2 and all residents over the age of 16 are now eligible to be vaccinated! With more than 270 sites where you can get vaccine, and multiple places to walk-up and be vaccinated, it has never been easier to get vaccinated and protect yourself and your family from COVID-19.

And it’s easier than ever to get to the vaccine clinics!

Transit passes are available at all City-run and FEMA-supported sites for anyone who needs them to take public transit to/from the clinic. Both the Center City Vaccination Center and Esperanza Community Vaccination Center are accessible from major SEPTA bus and train lines. There’s even a shuttle to the Esperanza clinic running from the Allegheny Broad Street Line stop.

For those who need a bit more help, SEPTA CCT provides door-to-door service from individuals’ homes, to the vaccine clinic, and back home after their vaccination. This service is free-of-charge, and individuals do not need to be previously registered with CCT to use it. Individuals can request a ride to their vaccination appointment by dialing 3-1-1 and selecting Option 5 between 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday through Friday. Requests should be made at least 72 hours before the date of the appointment.

The City-run and FEMA-supported clinics all have some walk-up availability, so feel free to come on down. But if you’re more of a planner and want to make sure you can get a vaccine, now you can set your own appointment!

The Health Department will continue to send invitations to any folks still signed up in the Vaccine Interest database.