The development and availability of COVID-19 vaccines are important to everyone. Ensuring as many people as possible are vaccinated is an integral part of our efforts to eradicate the pandemic in our community.

COVID-19 vaccines will help to decrease the number of deaths and serious disease, reduce the extra burden COVID-19 is having on people already facing disparities, help our community return to normal, and increase the opportunity to improve the health and well-being of all Southern Nevadans.

Two vials of vaccine and a syringe to administer the vaccine
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Doses Administered in Clark County as of Feb. 23, 2021
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The Southern Nevada Health District is administering COVID-19 vaccine in coordination with the Nevada State Immunization Program and State Public Health Preparedness staff. The vaccine is being received in limited supplies. A phased distribution ensures there is equitable access to the vaccine by the critical populations identified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Currently two vaccines are offered in Clark County. Click on each one below to learn more.

Pfizer-BioNTech
2 shots, 21 days apart
Moderna
2 shots, 28 days apart

Groups currently eligible for COVID-19 vaccination

Effective March 2, 2021

  • Health Care Workforce (previously Tier One)
  • Nevadans 70 years and older
  • Nevadans 65-69 years
  • Public Safety & Security
  • Frontline Community Support
  • Frontline Supply Chain & Logistics

For more on prioritization and eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccination, review the Nevada COVID-19 Playbook V3.

People eligible to receive the vaccine can make an appointment by clicking the button below. Appointments may be limited. More dates and times are being added, and everyone who wants the vaccine will be able to get it.

People who are eligible to receive the vaccine should bring proof of identity. People who are eligible in the Frontline/Essential Workforce lane should also bring a form of employee identification.

Schedule Your COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment Online

V-safe After Vaccination Health Checker

V-safe is a smartphone-based tool that uses text messaging and web surveys to provide personalized health check-ins after you receive a COVID-19 vaccination. Through v-safe, you can quickly tell CDC if you have any side effects after getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

Learn about V-Safe

Have an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine? The RTC can help get you there!

As the COVID-19 vaccine continues to be rolled out in phases, the RTC wants to ensure that transportation is ready and available. Click below to download a list of convenient public transit service routes near each site.

Download the Route List