Frontline Workers can now get Vaccinated!

March 22, 2021 Written by

Attention all downtown restaurant, bar, retail, arts and hospitality workers 16 or older. Below is information on how you can secure a COVID-19 vaccination as quickly as possible. Your vaccination will help protect you and your customers as we continue our path to recovery.

Salt Lake County Health Department - Registration is now open at Note: SLCO appointments will be for dates after April 4, as appointments through April 3 are booked by people belonging to previously eligible groups.

Vaccinate.Utah.Gov - Online registration begins Wednesday, March 24th. After you've scheduled your appointment, be sure to check back periodically as cancellations and new slots will open up.

Call nearby pharmacies - Local pharmacy "waste lists" are a real option for anyone age 16+ in Utah right now. Call or visit at the end of the day and ask if they have any leftover doses. Tell them you live or work nearby and can on-call for leftover doses. Don't be concerned about jumping the line -- your initiative is helping providers be more efficient in getting expiring doses to people who need them. After getting your first dose, they will schedule your second dose for 4 weeks in the future. Find local pharmacies here:

Pharmacies are responsible for scheduling their own vaccine appointments. To find out more about pharmacy vaccinations, visit each site’s website at the links below.

Dan’s Fresh Market
Fresh Market
Intermountain Healthcare
University of Utah Healthcare

Cover your bases!
You can also pre-register for a spot now at the Nomi Health website through the state:

If you have any additional questions regarding the COVID-19 Vaccine, visit