Vaccine Distribution Information

Vaccine providers in Delaware County:

Check to see if you’re eligible:

  • Call or email the Delaware County COVID-19 Call Center, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., at (484) 276-2100 or
  • Visit the website at for updates and FAQ’s about the vaccine
  • Contact your physician or healthcare provider

Update on COVID-19 Vaccinations in Delaware County

Delaware County is administering the COVID-19 vaccine at the Delaware County Wellness Center in Yeadon and at the Aston Community Center.  Vaccination is by appointment only.

People who live or work in Delaware County can now pre-register for the COVID-19 vaccine by completing a form found on the Chester County Health Department’s COVID-19 website. Vaccines are free of charge and for people age 16 and older who live or work in Delaware County. The form can be found here:

General information can be found here:

Completion of the form registers a person’s interest in receiving the vaccine, and the information provided helps the Chester County Health Department to place each individual into the Phase 1A, 1B, 1C, and Phase 2 categories. The recent change in Phase 1A groups, announced earlier this week by the PA Department of Health, led the Chester County Health Department to revise its original pre-registration survey.

Under the new categories, all individuals 65 and older, and individuals ages 16-64 with certain medical conditions, as defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that increase the risk of severe illness from the virus, are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccination under Phase 1A. The updated phases can be found here:

Those conditions are outlined by the CDC here and include: cancer; chronic kidney disease; COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease); Down Syndrome; heart conditions such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies; immunocompromised state (weakened immune system) from solid organ transplant, blood or bone marrow transplant, immune deficiencies, HIV, use of corticosteroids, or use of other immune weakening medicines; obesity; severe obesity; pregnancy; Sickle Cell Disease; smoking; and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus.

Those over age 65 who previously submitted a form do not need to resubmit a form to be moved to Phase 1A. Those who remain in Phase 1B do not need to resubmit a form if they previously submitted one. Those age 64 and under with medical conditions which place them in Phase 1A must complete a new form to place them into Phase 1A. Everyone who has submitted, or will be submitting a pre-registration form will receive a confirmation of receipt, and will then receive regular updates on the status of vaccine distribution and will be contacted to schedule an appointment once vaccine is available.

Vaccine Supply:

Please be patient as vaccine remains very limited. Vaccine supply has not increased for Pennsylvania. The state is still receiving the same limited supply as it was in the beginning of January. In addition, almost half of the vaccine received is being allocated for long-term care facilities which have experienced the largest number of COVID-19 cases and deaths.

The Chester County Health Department is processing the impact of the recent changes made by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, moving those over the age of 65 and those 16-64 with certain medical conditions into Phase 1A. This change adds over 94,000 eligible people age 65 and older and adds approximately 80,000 people age 16-64 with certain medical conditions to Phase 1A. Those in Phase 1A account for 40% of the population.

The change in Phase 1A eligibility has not brought additional vaccines to our county. This week, Delaware County received 1,200 doses. The County expects to receive 2,000 next week. The shortage of vaccine is not an issue exclusive to Delaware County. All other regions within Pennsylvania and the nation are affected by the lack of vaccine supply.  As of Jan. 22, 16,626 COVID-19 vaccines were administered in Delaware County, which is the fourth-highest number of any county in the state, and Delaware County is the fifth most populous county in the state. This number is closely aligned with the state average on a per capita basis.

Vaccine Locations:

Additional information on vaccine locations may be available for persons who meet the parameters for Phase 1A and other county vaccine providers.  Please check the state map at and the following links:

Crozer Health

Fitzgerald Mercy 

COVID-19 Call Center:

Delaware County opened a COVID-19 Call Center on Monday, Jan. 25, to answer COVID-19 related questions from individuals, organizations, and businesses.

The COVID-19 Call Center will be open Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. In addition to responding to phone calls, the Center will also respond to emailed inquiries.

Phone: (484) 276-2100

While the Call Center staff will attempt to answer all COVID-19-related questions, the immediate mission will be to address questions related to the County’s updated COVID-19 vaccination plans and to provide assistance to individuals interesting in receiving a vaccination or test. The Call Center staff’s focus will be:

  • Working with residents to determine their vaccination phase
  • Assisting Phase 1A residents who have been unable to complete the Phase 1A Vaccine Interest Survey using the online registration
  • Helping residents locate convenient COVID-19 testing sites and, if needed, help them register to receive a test through a county-sponsored testing site
  • Answering general questions about COVID-19 testing and vaccinations

Crozer – Vaccine Registration

Crozer Health is please to offered limited COVID-19 vaccines to the members of the public who qualify as Phase 1A by the Pennsylvania  Department of Health

( To verify your eligibility, you just use the eligibility checker (

If you are eligible, you may schedule your appointment for your first AND second vaccine doses at ( If you receive an error please try again in a few minutes as there is a significant demand in the scheduling system. Given the high demand,  Crozer cannot offer phone or email support for the scheduling tool.

Transitioning to Phase 1B and Beyond:

Delaware County is committed to ensuring a safe and timely distribution of the COVID-19 vaccination and continues to work with the County’s hospitals and the Chester County Health Department to administer the vaccine as quickly as possible. Delaware County is prepared to respond when there is an increase in vaccine.

Once Phase 1A is complete, the County will vaccinate Phase 1B priority groups. Phase1B includes Childcare Staff, Corrections Staff, County, and Municipal Administration Staff, Educators/Education Staff, Firefighters, Food and Agriculture Staff, Grocery Store Staff, Law Enforcement, Manufacturing Staff, Transit Staff, and U.S. Postal Service Staff. While we do not have a definitive time for advancing into Phase 1B, we are eager to move into that phase once we confirm that Phase 1A is well enough underway, and we are not limited in our vaccine supply.

People who work in fields which fall under Phase 1B and have been registered as a group (such as educators, firefighters, law enforcement, etc.) and now qualify to be in Phase 1A should complete the survey as an individual. Organizations who registered as a group under Phase 1B do not need to take further action and modify or resubmit forms.

The County continues to plan for wider vaccination. Vaccination efforts remain very complex and fluid and rely on the availability of vaccine. The County will open the Delaware County Wellness Center on Jan. 27. The Delaware County Wellness Center, located in Yeadon will serve as a storage and vaccination site. Additional vaccine sites will also be located in Aston and Chester, as well as other locations in the county. More information will be released in the future.

Residents are also encouraged to monitor the Pennsylvania Vaccine Provider Map for other possible locations of vaccine providers in the county: