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COVID-19 Vaccination Information

Updated 02/25/2021

Information about COVID-19 vaccines:
More information from the Alabama Department of Public Health is available here.

Frequently asked questions about the Pfzer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine are available here

Frequently asked questions about the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine are available here.

Who is eligible to be vaccinated?

Alabama is using a Vaccine allocations plan set by the federal government and the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH). As of March 22, 2021, ADPH the  eligibility for COVID-19 vaccinations to include people age 55 and older, people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and the population defined as Allocation Phase 1c in the Alabama Vaccine Allocation Plan


In addition to those age 55 and older and people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, groups to be included for extended eligibility are people age 16 to 64 with high-risk medical conditions which include but are not limited to the following conditions:


Also, critical workers in the following areas who were not recommended for vaccination in Phase 1b will be eligible:

The additional priority groups will add over 2 million people who are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination in Alabama. While around two-thirds of Alabama residents will qualify to receive the vaccine, the state receives between 110,000 and 120,000 first doses each week. As of March 11, 556,603 doses of the Pfizer vaccine, 611,566 doses of the Moderna vaccine and 8,745 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine had been administered in the state. A total of 1,731,965 vaccines have been deliveredto Alabama as of March 12, 2021. 


For general information about COVID-19, the COVID-19 Information Hotline number is 1-800-270-7268. Alabama vaccine providers can be found within the Alabama COVID-19 Dashboard Hub at Alabama Department of Public Health’s full vaccine allocation breakdown can be found here.

USA Health/City of Mobile:
The City of Mobile has set up a drive-thru vaccination location at the Mobile Civic Center through a partnership with USA Health, which has developed an online tool so people can show their interest in receiving a COVID-19 vaccination.


Those who would like to receive the COVID-19 vaccine can sign up online at  This will only let USA Health know people are interested in receiving a vaccine. It will NOT generate an appointment for vaccination.


Information provided through the online tool will be used to contact those who want the vaccine based on two factors: When eligibility of certain groups is approved by the Alabama Department of Public Health and when USA Health has received enough vaccine to begin giving the shots to those who are eligible.  


When someone becomes eligible to receive the vaccine and supply is available, USA Health will email or text those who signed up for the registry a link to electronically schedule a vaccine appointment. The link must be used within 24 hours or that place on the list will be given to the person waiting next in line.

Right now, only approved groups including healthcare workers and those who are age 75 and older, can schedule appointments for the drive-through clinic at the Mobile Civic Center. No one will be admitted to the vaccine clinic at the Mobile Civic Center without a prior appointment.

Mobile County Health Department:

You can find information about the vaccines avaiable through the Mobile County Health Department at the following link:

Mobile Infirmary System:
The Infirmary Health COVID-19 Vaccine Call Center is now scheduling appointments for the following individuals:

—  Healthcare workers

—  First Responders

— 75 years of age or older

If you fall in one of the above categories, you can call (251) 341-2819 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., to schedule an appointment. Please do not attempt to call the phone number if you are not eligible for an appointment.

Springhill Medical Center:

Vaccine appointment request applications will be accepted on our online form as vaccine is available.  If you would like to register and make an appointment to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, please visit


Ascension Providence Hospital:
Ascension Providence Hospital is currently offering COVID-19 vaccination appointments to patients age 75 years or older, frontline essential workers, persons working or living in congregate settings including but not limited to homeless shelters and group homes, and first responders. Once patients are eligible to receive a vaccine, they will receive an e-mail from their doctor. More information is available at


Walmart and Sam’s Club locations:

Eligible Alabamians can now receive a COVID-19 vaccine through Walmart and Sam's Club locations across the state including several in Mobile and Mobile County. Vaccines are being offered at the following locations: 


— Walmart #866 5245 Rangeline Service Rd. S Mobile, AL 36619
— Walmart #991 101 E I65 Service Rd. S Mobile, AL 36606
— Sam's Club #8102 601 E I65 Service Rd. S Mobile, AL 36606
— Walmart #4210 1300 North University Mobile AL 36618
— Walmart #5098 1970 S University Blvd. Mobile AL 36609

— Walmart #5740 2570 Government Blvd. Mobile AL 36606
— Walmart #853 685 Schillinger Rd. S Mobile AL 36695
— Walmart #4581 2500 Dawes Rd. Mobile AL 36695
— Walmart #4648 6575 Airport Blvd. Mobile AL 36608
— Walmart #4657 6350 Cottage Hill Rd. Mobile AL 36609

You can find more information or schedule an appointment through Walmart by clicking here.