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Posted on: February 1, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Covid Vaccine Information

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 How to Find a Covid Vaccine Provider in Lancaster County:


Pennsylvania recently announced that “all Pennsylvanians age 65 and older can now receive the COVID vaccine.” However, providers are struggling to keep up with the demand for vaccines. On 2/12/2021, Lancaster County announced plans to streamline the vaccination process through a mass vaccination site, with a tentative start date of March 8th. The County created a website for local updates


Until the mass vaccination site is operating, follow these steps to find a vaccine provider in Lancaster County.


Contact your primary doctor to see if their office is administering the vaccine to their patients. Some medical practices and specialists are taking names of their patients needing the vaccine.


If you have internet access (or if a friend or relative can do this for you)


On this site, scroll down to “Step 2: Find a Vaccine Provider”. Under Step 2 you will find a map of vaccine providers. The blue dots on the map represent providers that might have the vaccine. Click on a blue dot to contact the provider directly and to schedule an appointment. Check back frequently because the map will be updated continually!


If you do not have internet access

We are keeping a list of hard-to-reach older adults needing vaccine appointments (included those who are homebound and have no family or friends able to help them).   

  • Call the PA Link (PA Link to Aging and Disability Services) 1- 800- 753-8827. Counselors will work with callers to assess, offer guidance, and transfer callers to a scheduling team when possible.
  • PACE card holders can call 1-800- 225-7223. Telephone operators at the Harrisburg call center will connect a caller to a COVID 19 special scheduling unit which will arrange vaccinations for a card holder and identify high risk card holders.   Pace is working with PACE pharmacies towards a plan to vaccinate card holders at their residences if they are home bound. 

More information on the Covid-19 Vaccine is available on these websites:

Lancaster County information -

PA-specific information



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