Oklahoma’s CDC-approved vaccine distribution plan prioritizes our frontline workers and neighbors who are most at risk from COVID-19.
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Video: Vaccine Information
Get the Facts: COVID-19 Vaccine
Make an informed decision on the COVID-19 vaccine.
COVID-19 has impacted communities all across our state, and every one of us plays a part in slowing the spread of the virus.
Protecting our neighbors from COVID-19 is a personal responsibility — and getting the vaccine is a personal choice.
Here, you’ll find updates and information surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine so you can make an informed choice when the vaccine becomes available to you.
Where We Are Now
The first doses of the vaccine arrived on December 14th and are being reserved for priority groups, starting with frontline health care professionals who are working day and night to keep Oklahomans safe. View our vaccine distribution plan.
This is part of the solution, but not the only way to stop the COVID-19 pandemic. Everyone should continue to wear a mask, wash your hands and watch your distance as we receive more shipments of the vaccine and distribute them across the state.
OSDH Vaccine Plan
As part of the preparation process for the arrival of a COVID-19 vaccine, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) required each state to put together a comprehensive plan describing what the implementation of the new vaccine may look like for their jurisdiction. The plan outlined here is a draft for Oklahoma that was submitted to the CDC on October 16. This plan will be updated pending any feedback from the CDC in the coming weeks.