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COVID Vaccine Information by State

People with type 2 diabetes aren’t necessarily at higher risk for getting COVID-19, but they are at higher risk for serious complications from COVID-19.

Get vaccinated.

If you have type 2 diabetes, you may be able to get your COVID-19 vaccination early. Good blood sugar control is important to ensure any vaccinations you take are as effective as they can be. Be sure to check out your state’s resources regularly as COVID-19 information and recommended actions change daily.

JurisdictionCurrent Eligibility
AlabamaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers and residents of long-term care. On January 18, vaccinations are anticipated to be available for Alabamans age 75 and older, frontline essential workers and first responders.
AlaskaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, residents of long-term care and first responders. Effective January 11, vaccinations should be available for Alaskans age 65 and older.
ArizonaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, residents of long-term care and first responders in all counties. In Apache, Gila, Mohave, Pinal, Santa Cruz and Yuma counties, vaccinations are available for Arizonans age 75 and older, frontline workers and first responders.
ArkansasCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, residents of long-term care and first responders. Vaccinations for Arkansans age 70 and older and frontline workers are estimated to begin in February.
CaliforniaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers and residents of long-term care statewide. Vaccinations for Californians age 75 and older, frontline workers and first responders have started in some counties.
ChicagoCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers and residents of long-term care.
ColoradoCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, residents of long-term care, Coloradans age 70 and older, frontline workers and first responders.
ConnecticutCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare personnel, residents of long-term care and medical first responders.
DelawareCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare personnel, residents of long-term care and medical first responders.
District of ColumbiaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers. Effective the week of January 11, vaccinations should be available for DC residents age 65 and older.
FloridaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare personnel, residents of long-term care, Floridians age 65 and older and residents deemed extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 by hospital providers.
GeorgiaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, residents of long-term care, Georgians age 65 and older and first responders.
HawaiiCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers and residents of long-term care.
IdahoCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, residents of long-term care and EMS first responders.
IllinoisCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers and residents of long-term care.
IndianaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, residents of long-term care, first responders and Indianans age 80 and older.
IowaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers and residents of long-term care.
KansasCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers and residents of long-term care.
KentuckyCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers and residents of long-term care.
LouisianaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for personnel in healthcare, EMS, fire and education as well as residents of long-term care and Louisianans age 70 and older.
MaineCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers and residents of long-term care.
MarylandCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, residents of long-term care, frontline judiciary staff and first responders.
MassachusettsCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers and residents of long-term care. Vaccinations for first responders begin the week of January 11.
MichiganCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers and residents of long-term care. As of January 11, vaccinations should be available for Michiganites age 65 and older, frontline essential workers, first responders, childcare and pre-k through high school staff and congregate care facilities.
MinnesotaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers and residents of long-term care.
MississippiCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, residents of long-term care and Mississippians age 80 and older.
MissouriCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers and residents of long-term care.
MontanaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers and residents of long-term care.
NebraskaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers and residents of long-term care.
NevadaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, residents of long-term care and first responders.
New HampshireCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, residents of long-term care and first responders.
New JerseyCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, residents of long-term care and first responders.
New MexicoCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, residents of long-term care, first responders, congregate care facilities, New Mexicans 75 and older or 16 and older with underlying medical conditions that place them at greater risk from COVID-19, and frontline essential workers.
New YorkCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, residents of long-term care and EMS workers.
New York CityCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, residents of long-term care, first responders, congregate care facilities, New Yorkers age 75 and older as well as public safety, transit and education workers.
North CarolinaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers and residents of long-term care.
North DakotaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, residents of long-term care and first responders.
OhioCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, residents of long-term care and EMS responders.
OklahomaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, residents of long-term care, EMS responders and Oklahomans age 65 or older
OregonCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, EMS personnel and residents of long-term care.
PennsylvaniaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, EMS personnel and residents of long-term care.
Rhode IslandCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, EMS personnel and residents of long-term care.
South CarolinaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, EMS personnel and residents of long-term care.
South DakotaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, first responders and residents of long-term care.
TennesseeCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, first responders, residents of long-term care and K-12 personnel. Variability in eligibility exists on a county by county basis.
TexasCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, residents of long-term care, EMS personnel, Texans 65 and older or 16 and older with at least one chronic medical condition, including pregnancy.
UtahCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, first responders, residents of long-term care and K-12 personnel.
VermontCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, EMS personnel and residents of long-term care.
VirginiaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, frontline essential workers, Virginians age 75 and over, congregate care facilities and residents of long-term care.
WashingtonCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers, first responders and residents of long-term care.
West VirginiaCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers and West Virginians age 80 and over.
WisconsinCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for frontline healthcare workers and skilled nursing facility staff.
WyomingCOVID-19 vaccinations are currently available for healthcare workers and residents of long-term care. Some counties are starting to provide vaccinations to Wyomingites age 70 or older and frontline essential workers.
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