Mayo Clinic Change Language English Español Menu Menu Close Main Menu COVID-19 home COVID-19 vaccine: Guidance from Mayo Clinic Experience safe care Track COVID-19 cases Learn about COVID-19 Find out about COVID-19 & Flu Medical professionals Employers and businesses Latest news releases Researchers Contact us Request an appointment English Español Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) COVID-19 vaccinations in Phoenix, Arizona Maricopa County and State of Arizona vaccine distribution It is safe to receive vaccination anywhere it is available to you. We encourage you to access your first option to be vaccinated. All Maricopa County and State of Arizona vaccine sites are prioritizing those who are 16 years-of-age and older (18 years-of-age for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines) as of March 24. All adults should consider becoming vaccinated. Maricopa County point of dispensing (POD) sites, drugstore partners and community pop-up sites are available throughout Maricopa County. To find a site near you, and to make an appointment, go to the Maricopa County Department of Public Health website. As a result of an agreement between the CDC and retail pharmacies, new vaccine sites may be available in your immediate community. Certain locations of Fry’s, Safeway/Albertsons, CVS and Walgreen’s are participating, as well as some smaller retailers. The Maricopa County Public Health website offers links for registration opportunities. The state of Arizona is currently operating large-scale vaccination sites at: State Farm Stadium in Glendale (24 hours a day) Phoenix Municipal Stadium Chandler Gilbert Community College University of Arizona in central Tucson Yuma Civic Center (opens March 29) New appointments are being rolled out in regular intervals for the state-run vaccine sites. The number of new appointments will be announced weekly on Wednesdays, and those appointments will become available for scheduling beginning on Fridays at 11 a.m. Appointments can be made either via the Arizona Department of Health Services website or by calling 844-542-8201. If you will register online, be sure you have created a profile so that you may access appointment choices quickly when they are released. Any questions about vaccines or their side effects should be directed the site where you received the vaccine. They will provide contact information. Changes in vaccine distribution for Arizona As of Feb. 8, 2021, state and county public health organizations are centralizing vaccine supplies: New supplies will be sent to designated public health vaccination sites in an ongoing effort to vaccinate at-risk Arizonans as quickly as possible. Due to this change in distribution, Mayo Clinic in Arizona does not expect to receive any further allocation of the vaccine and will not be scheduling any additional appointments for vaccination. We regret any inconvenience, and encourage Mayo Clinic patients to seek vaccination appointments via State and County vaccine locations as soon as they are qualified to do so. If you are a Mayo Clinic patient who resides in another state but are wintering in Arizona, be aware that the rollout of vaccine is proceeding differently state by state. Your Patient Online Services communication will share the dates and information that is relevant to your home state. More updates coming Updates on vaccine distribution are rapidly evolving. Please check this site frequently for the latest information. Questions Many of our patients have questions about the vaccine. This Mayo Clinic educational fact sheet may answer your questions.