As news came from Maricopa County Health officials announcing plans to start vaccinations for Phase 1B prioritized individuals, officials have laid out how to schedule your appointment to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Vaccination scheduling for Maricopa County’s Phase 1B is set to open on January 11, according to the Maricopa County Public Health website.
Eligible populations included in Phase 1B are:
- K-12 school staff and childcare workers
- Law Enforcement/Protective Services*
- Adults age 75 and older
Those in Phase 1B must have an appointment to get vaccinated and no walk-ins will be allowed, according to their website.
To schedule your appointment on the Maricopa County Health Department prescreening website starting January 11, click here.
The prescreening website states priority will be given to those who meet certain requirements and participants will be notified when the vaccine is available, according to the website as of January 7.
County health officials ask Phase 1B prioritized individuals to provide the following details on the day of their appointment:
- Appointment confirmation
- A form of ID confirming your Phase 1B employment, such as a work ID or paystub, or an ID that shows your age if you are 75 or older
The county health website also indicated that those in law enforcement/protective services or who work in education should check with their employers before making an appointment with the county health prescreening website. Employers may have more information on other vaccine distribution plans based on an individual’s employment, the website read.