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Governor John Carney and the Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) announced that on Tuesday, April 6, all Delawareans aged 16 or older will become eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at pharmacies, community vaccination sites, and mass vaccination events hosted by the State of Delaware.

Beginning at 10 a.m. on April 6, Delawareans who are 16+ may register on the State of Delaware’s COVID-19 vaccination waiting list.

Read current eligibility requirements and vaccine details at


The Division of Public Health is responsible for providing the framework for acquiring and distributing the vaccine. DPH has devised a three-tier strategy for distribution:

  • Phase 1a: Health care personnel, emergency medical services agencies, and long-term care staff and residents will receive the vaccine first.   
  • Remainder of Phase 1: In early 2021, those who work in high-risk and critical infrastructure industries such as food processing, utilities, education, police and fire, those who work and live in congregate settings such as correctional facilities and homeless shelters, those with certain underlying health conditions and those who are aged 65 and older are likely to receive the vaccine.
  • Phase 2: (March 2021) Those with more moderate risk for getting COVID-19 are eligible for receiving the vaccine. More details about specific groups in this phase will be provided as we get closer. 
  • Phase 3: (Spring/Summer 2021) The general public can expect to receive vaccines through their primary health care providers, health centers and pharmacies as the vaccine becomes more widely available.