Daily update: OSDH Vaccine Scheduler Portal 01.27.2021
The Vaccine Scheduler Portal is operational to allow eligible Oklahomans to schedule their COVID-19 vaccination. OSDH will provide a daily, end-of-day update on progress throughout the week of Jan. 25.
If you weren’t able to attend today’s media availability with Deputy Commissioner Keith Reed, click here to download the recording.
Updates as of 12 p.m. on Wednesday, January 27:
- 599,595 Oklahomans have registered through the portal to receive notifications on eligibility.
- Phase 1: 12,266
- Phase 2 (currently eligible groups): 340,342
- 96,158 appointments have been scheduled by Oklahomans eligible to receive the vaccine
- More appointments will continue to be added throughout the week, so OSDH recommends that people continue checking the system on an ongoing basis.
- The Operation (formerly Operation Warp Speed) notified OSDH to expect 103,350 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine next week.
- This is a 16% increase in next week’s supply, and includes both prime and boost doses.
- This is expected to be similar for the next three weeks of distribution.
- As we move through the plan, many people are scheduling their second dose of the vaccine.
- If the facility you received your first dose from gives you specific instructions on what to do to receive a second dose, i.e. a scheduling card or other instructions, you should follow those instructions.
- If not, you can use the vaccine portal to schedule your second dose. The portal will prompt you to select an appointment specifically for your second dose. While the portal is just one of many scheduling solutions, we recommend you use it if you are able.
- Re-registering your information is not necessary to schedule or qualify for a second dose. Please continue to check the link provided to you by email for new appointments.
- When using the portal to schedule your appointment, be sure to specify which vaccine you received for your first dose. While your pandemic provider will also have this information on record from your first appointment, indicating whether you received the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine will ensure that your point of dispensing site will have the correct dose available for your next appointment.
- If you used the vaccine portal to schedule your second dose, you will receive email reminders about your second appointment.
- Right now, vaccine demand is still higher than vaccine supply. We’re thankful for your continued patience with the appointment scheduling process.
- Please continue to check the portal for available appointments, or you can work with pandemic providers across the state to receive the vaccine.
- Current priority groups that are eligible for vaccine appointments as part of Phase 2 of the vaccine plan:
- Healthcare workers
- Expanded healthcare worker group such as allied health fields and general outpatient health service (i.e. behavioral health, dentists)
- First responders
- Oklahomans aged 65+
- Healthcare workers
What to expect when registering:
- Successful registration within the portal does not guarantee an appointment. Registering only means you will be notified when you are eligible to schedule your appointment.
- Email notifications: There are two main emails people will receive from this system.
- 1) A registration confirmation email. This confirms that you are registered in the system and will be notified when you are eligible to receive the vaccine.
- 2) A phase confirmation email with a link to set up an appointment. This email will be sent when you are eligible to receive the vaccine and an appointment is available in your area.
- If you have already registered but didn’t receive an email yet, you can likely expect your confirmation email within 24-48 hours.
- It's important that users answer each questionnaire question with "yes" as it applies to them. Do not skip over this part as these answers are what put you into the correct priority group. For example, if a person is age 65 or older, they must choose “yes” to indicate they belong in this phase group.
- Unfortunately, the portal does not currently allow a user to change responses after the form has been submitted. In the case that incorrect responses are submitted, a new email account must be used to create a new registration.
- If a user has to abandon a registration session, be advised that they will need to wait 24 hours for the system to reset before being able to use the same email address again.
- You can use the same email to register multiple people on the portal as long as the names and dates of birth are different. This can be done to help register parents, children, etc.
- Due to the large volume of individuals visiting the portal, and the resulting volume of email notifications to be sent, the system is issuing emails on a batch basis. Emails are sent out over a span of time in the order in which registrations occurred. As a result, some emails may be delayed. Emails should be received within 24 hours during these peak volume times.
- Appointment availability is dependent upon vaccine supply. New appointments are added as vaccine supply allows. Additionally, please be patient with the scheduler portal as we work to ensure all available appointments are properly added throughout the day.
- You must register at vaccinate.oklahoma.gov to receive email notifications regarding vaccine appointment availability.
- If Oklahomans are a part of a priority group and phase eligible to receive the vaccine, but are not able to schedule an appointment, there will be additional opportunities to do so next Thursday. Those residents will be notified of their ability to schedule appointments via email.
For FAQs regarding scheduling your vaccine appointment, visit:
To use the Vaccine Scheduler Portal, visit:
If you would like to learn more about your eligibility, but cannot access the internet, please call 211 or your local health department.
For the media release specific to the vaccine registration portal, visit:
To view the complete statewide vaccination framework, visit: