Updated February 19, 2021

 

If you are 65 or older, an educator, or employed in protective services*, you are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in Pima County now!

 

*Protective services includes law enforcement, corrections, firefighters, and other emergency response staff. For a full list of eligible individuals, visit the Pima County COVID-19 vaccination website.

 

 

 

To make an appointment, visit pima.gov/covid19vaccine or call Pima County at (520) 222-0119.

       

Appointments will open when vaccines are available. Please be patient with the system.

Additional staff are handling calls and the helpline hours have been expanded. You can now call from 8 AM-8 PM seven days a week.

When will you be eligible to for your COVID-19 vaccination?

 

Review Pima County's Vaccine Distribution Phases. As of February 19, 2021, individuals in category 1B are eligible.

 

 

For those in need of transportation to receive vaccination, please call Senior Transportation. HandiCar is available to take clients standard appointments at any time and drive thru vaccinations 9:30 am-1 pm and after 4 pm. First-time riders call (520) 577-9393. Existing clients call (520) 881-3391.

 

Jewish Family and Children's Services is a beneficiary agency of the Jewish Federation that provides quality social and behavioral health services to the Jewish and greater Tucson community. They help people of any religion or ethnic origin meet their full potential by restoring their well-being, cultivating self-sufficiency and strengthening family life.

 

 

Questions about getting your COVID-19 vaccine? 

 

Jewish Family & Children's Services is available to answer questions and assist as they can. Call 520-795-0300 during regular business hours. 

Holocaust Survivors get COVID-19 Vaccination With the Help of JFCS

 

JFCS is helping the Holocaust survivors we serve gain access to the Covid-19 vaccine. Theresa Dulgov, Holocaust survivor, was vaccinated on International Holocaust Remembrance Day. She shares her experience and asks us to remember the Holocaust and act out against hate in today's world.

 

Read Theresa Dulgov's story and watch the interview

Theresa Dulgov

Learn about the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona's response to COVID-19, including our Jewish Community Pandemic Relief Fund, which has distributed more than $60,000 to JFCS since the coronavirus pandemic began to support essential services for those most in need in our community. We are proud to partner with JFCS to enhance and expand their extraordinary COVID-19 response.

 

 

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