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Covid-19 Vaccine Information

Auburn continues to distribute COVID-19 vaccines to the campus community in collaboration with state public health officials. As it becomes available, information about Auburn’s COVID-19 vaccine allocation and distribution plan will be posted on this page.

View and submit Covid-19 Vaccination Interest Form

View the vaccination allocation guidelines

Vaccine availability

Auburn is expected to receive enough vaccine doses for the entire campus community, distributing them using a phased approach.

Individuals who wish to be vaccinated for COVID-19 are encouraged to take any opportunities to register or receive the vaccine that may be available to them, such as through health care providers or public health programs, in addition to registering through Auburn.

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as of April 27, 2021

Vaccination Program Phases

The university is taking a phased approach to vaccine distribution. Currently, the university is in phase 2.

Phase 1A
  • Individuals serving in a healthcare setting who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients or infectious materials and are unable to work remotely.

  • Campus first responders.

Phase 1B
  • Individuals 1) who are required to be on campus to perform their job duties, AND 2) who are unable to consistently maintain physical distancing while at work due to job responsibilities, AND 3) who have a high-risk medical condition as specified by the CDC and/or are age 65 or older.

Phase 1C
  • Individuals 1) who are required to be on campus to perform their job duties, AND 2) who are unable to consistently maintain physical distancing while at work due to job responsibilities

  • Other adults with high-risk medical condition as specified by the CDC and/or are age 65 or older that do not fall under 1b.

  • Designated student population involved in remote or off-campus clinical settings, including internships and practicums that involve direct human contact.

Phase 2
  • All individuals not included in Phase 1a, 1b or 1c as vaccine becomes available.

Phase 3
  • Family members and dependents of employees as vaccine becomes available.

  • Members of the local community as vaccine becomes available.

Additional Vaccine Distributors

Doses of the COVID-19 vaccine remain limited and supply is unpredictable. At any given time, some providers may have shorter wait times or more doses available than others. As such, individuals who wish to be vaccinated for COVID-19 are encouraged to take any opportunities to register or receive the vaccine that may be available to them, such as through health care providers or public health programs, in addition to registering through Auburn.

As of March 22, 2021, Alabama has expanded vaccine eligibility to include people age 55 or older, people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and the population defined as Allocation Phase 1C in the ADPH Vaccination Allocation Guidelines, which includes people ages 16* to 64 with high-risk medical conditions, including but not limited to the following conditions:

  • Cancer

  • Chronic kidney disease

  • COPD

  • Heart conditions such as heart failure, coronary artery disease or cardiomyopathies; immunocompromised state

  • Solid organ transplant

  • Obesity, BMI greater than 30

  • Pregnancy

  • Sickle cell disease

  • Smoking

  • Type 1 and 2 diabetes

  • Other medical conditions as determined by your medical provider

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

  • Transportation and logistics

  • Waste and wastewater

  • Food service (includes restaurant staff)

  • Shelter and housing (construction)

  • Finance (bank tellers)

  • Information technology and communication

  • Energy

  • Legal

  • Media

  • Public safety (engineers)

*Please note, the Pfizer vaccine is the only COVID-19 vaccine currently approved for age 16 and older. Currently, our state’s county health departments are offering the Moderna vaccine. Other providers, such as hospitals and some pharmacies, are giving the Pfizer vaccine. These other providers may also be offering the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which is currently not approved for those under 18 years of age. Individuals who are 16 or 17 years of ages should check which vaccine the provider is offering before scheduling an appointment.

Alabama Department of Public Health resources

  • ADPH COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Dashboard
    Maintained by the Alabama Department of Public Health, this map lists providers that have received doses of the vaccine.

  • ADPH Online Vaccination Scheduling Portal
    Individuals can check eligibility for vaccination and make appointments for the vaccine at Alabama county health departments. The site also provides up-to-date information about additional vaccine clinics throughout the state.

  • ADPH COVID-19 Vaccine Call Center
    Interested individuals may call 855-566-5333 to be placed on a waiting list to receive the vaccine from an ADPH clinic or county health department.

East Alabama Medical Center

EAMC is operating a COVID-19 vaccine clinic in the old Tuesday Morning building, 1716 Opelika Road, across from Auburn Mall. Residents of Lee, Macon and Chambers counties who are eligible according to ADPH Vaccine Allocation Guidelines may register online.

Lee County Health Department

Individuals who are eligible according to ADPH Vaccination Allocation Guidelines may make an appointment for the vaccine. Appointments are required.

Walmart and Sam’s Club locations

Eligible Alabamians may now receive the COVID-19 vaccine at Walmart and Sam’s Club locations across the state. Before making an appointment, individuals should verify their eligibility according to ADPH Vaccination Allocation Guidelines.

Auburn Urgent Care

Individuals who are eligible according to ADPH Vaccination Allocation Guidelines may make an appointment for the vaccine. Appointments are required.

  • Make an appointment by calling 334-821-3221.

Auburn Pediatric and Adult Medicine

Current patients who are eligible according to ADPH Vaccination Allocation Guidelines may make an appointment for the vaccine.

  • Make an appointment by calling 334-887-8707.

American Family Care

Individuals who are eligible according to ADPH Vaccination Allocation Guidelines may make an appointment for the vaccine.

Our Home Pharmacy

Individuals who are eligible according to ADPH Vaccination Allocation Guidelines may register for an appointment for the vaccine.

  • Call 334-887-8780 for more information.

CVS Pharmacy locations

Individuals who are eligible according to ADPH Vaccination Allocation Guidelines may make an appointment for the vaccine.

Thomas Pharmacy

Please note, Thomas Pharmacy does NOT currently have doses at this time, but a waiting list is available for community members.

  • Get on the waiting list by calling 334-745-3632.

Last updated: April 13, 2021