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How to Find a Covid Location Near You

How Providers Register for VaccineFinder

COVID-19 Vaccine Providers Register for this COVID-19 Vaccine Supply and Finder System

The VaccineFinderexternal icon website helps people find providers who offer select vaccines. VaccineFinder also allows healthcare providers to list their vaccination locations in a centralized, searchable database and to track vaccine supply. VaccineFinder will serve two roles in the COVID-19 vaccination program:

  1. Inventory reporting (required for all COVID-19 vaccine providers): Providers will report on-hand COVID-19 vaccine inventory each day through VaccineFinder.
  2. Increase access to COVID-19 vaccines (optional for COVID-19 vaccine providers): Once there is enough supply, COVID-19 vaccination providers may choose to make their location visible on VaccineFinder, making it easier for the public to find provider locations that have COVID-19 vaccine available. CDC will direct the public to use VaccineFinder to find locations offering COVID-19 vaccine.

As part of the overall IT infrastructure to support COVID-19 vaccination VaccineFinder sends data to and receives data from the IZ Data Lake.

Vaccine Comparisons

The United States has two COVID-19 vaccine types that have been shown to be highly effective in clinical trials and have been approved for emergency use authorization. The vaccines were developed by Pfizer-BioNTech and by Moderna. Both of these vaccine companies were part of Operation Warp Speed, a partnership among components of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), and the Department of Defense (DoD). The goal of Operation Warp Speed is to produce and deliver 300 million doses of safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines with the initial doses available in January 2021.  Find more information about vaccine comparisons visit HealthCore.