Find a COVID-19 Vaccine Near You
Vaccines.gov is a free, online service where users can search for locations that offer vaccinations. They work with partners such as clinics, pharmacies, and health departments to provide accurate and up-to-date information about vaccination services and availability.
Stillwater Public Library's Senior Vaccination Assistance Program
Stillwater community members 65 and older who do not have continuing access to the technology needed to make a COVID-19 vaccination appointment can get assistance at the Stillwater Public Library.
For more information read the library's Senior Vaccination Assistance Program release, call the Stillwater Public Library at 405.372.3633 x8106 or stop by 1107 S. Duck St.
From the Oklahoma State Department of Health
State opens COVID-19 vaccine to Oklahomans in Phase 3 groups
Monday, March 08, 2021
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) announced today that starting March 9, the COVID-19 vaccine will be available to Oklahomans registered in Phase 3 of the state’s vaccine distribution plan: Staff and students in educational settings outside of PreK-12 and critical infrastructure personnel.
This comes on the heels of opening vaccine appointments to all Oklahomans in Phase 2 last week. Oklahoma has consistently ranked among the top states in vaccine distribution and has built a streamlined infrastructure to get vaccine to Oklahomans within seven days of receipt.
“Thanks to increasing vaccine supply and the fluidity of our state distribution plan, we’re excited to open vaccine appointments to our next major priority groups. This also means different counties may be in different stages in the roll out based on their population and needs,” said Keith Reed, Deputy Commissioner of Health. “We worked quickly through our teachers and beat by over a week our goal to have every teacher have the opportunity to be vaccinated by Spring Break. That is giving us an opportunity to open to additional groups quicker than anticipated.”
“Phases 1, 2 and 3 cover nearly 3.5 million Oklahomans — so odds are, you are currently eligible for the vaccine. Please register in the Vaccine Scheduler Portal or talk to your medical provider to check your eligibility. If you’re currently eligible, we are encouraging you to sign up for the first available and convenient appointment for you. Getting a vaccine will not only protect you and others, but it will also help us slow the rate of communal transmission and bring us one step closer to being together again.”
Eligibility in each of these groups is outlined in Oklahoma’s distribution plan as the following:
Teachers, students aged 18 and older, residents and administrative staff in educational settings outside PreK-12, including but not limited to:
Early childhood facilities
Colleges and universities
Career and vocational technology centers
Other post-secondary institutions
Estimated Population: 933,000
Critical infrastructure personnel as specified in the Governor's 3rd executive order who are at high risk of exposure to, transmission of, and morbidity and mortality resulting from COVID infection.
Estimated Population: 1,500,000
Oklahomans among the new priority groups are encouraged to register through the state’s Vaccine Scheduler Portal if they haven’t done so already. After registration, they will see available appointments on the portal starting March 9. As a reminder, vaccine appointments are also available through many other local pandemic providers across the state.
“Now that we’ve taken steps to protect our most at-risk populations, it’s time for Oklahomans to be proactive and get their COVID-19 vaccines,” said Commissioner Frye. “Phase 3 includes groups of people that are considerably younger than those outlined in the previous priority groups. Supply is no longer a major limitation in our efforts to administer the vaccine. I encourage all Oklahomans, no matter how old or how healthy you are to schedule a vaccine appointment as soon as it’s available to you. It’s the best thing you can do to protect yourself and those around you.”
The vaccine is available at no cost to all eligible groups in phase 1, 2 and 3. To schedule an appointment to receive the COVID-19 vaccine or to register to receive a notification when you will be eligible, please use the Vaccine Scheduler Portal here: https://vaccinate.oklahoma.gov/.
From the Oklahoma State Department of Health
Here's what you need to know today: Tuesday, January 5, 2021
We are launching an online COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduler Portal to notify Oklahomans when they’re eligible to receive the vaccine and provide more information on how to schedule an appointment when it becomes available to them. The online portal will serve as a point of registration for Oklahoma residents who choose to receive the vaccine to determine their eligibility within each priority group and provide contact information, which must include a valid email address, for updates and notifications.
At this point, you can visit the portal at vaccinate.oklahoma.gov. Pre-registration is open for all Oklahomans as an opportunity to enter their information.
Appointment scheduling will not be available until Thursday, January 7, 2021. Remember, only Phase 1 and some Phase 2 priority groups including Oklahomans who are 65 years of age or older, as well as healthcare workers and first responders will be able to schedule appointments in the system at this point. As our state advances in our phased approach to vaccine distribution, the system will allow for individuals in additional priority groups and phases the opportunity to schedule their appointment once eligible.
As a reminder, there is no list for Oklahomans to be added to in order to be included in the state’s phased approach to vaccine distribution. The Vaccine Scheduler Portal serves as a tool to help notify eligible Oklahomans when and where they can receive the vaccine when an appointment is available to them.
Appointment availability is dependent on vaccine supply coming into the state each week. The online portal will be operational for Oklahomans beginning this Thursday, Jan. 7. You are welcome to visit vaccinate.oklahoma.gov to familiarize yourself with the questionnaire and register your information, however please know, no vaccine appointment scheduling is available until Thursday, Jan. 7. At that time, if eligible, you will be notified accordingly and will have the opportunity to schedule your appointment.
Again, please note: your eligibility does not guarantee an appointment will be available to you. Appointment availability is solely dependent on vaccine supply in each county. To better clarify, below we've outlined how vaccine distribution and appointment scheduling will work week to week.
Monday: Counties anticipate and plan vaccine events for the coming week
Tuesday: Counties informed of vaccine availability for the coming week
Wednesday: Counties populate appointments in the Vaccine Scheduling Portal
Thursday: Eligible Oklahomans have the opportunity to schedule their appointment.
Friday: Pending availability, eligible Oklahomans continue to have the opportunity to schedule their appointment.
Weekly cadence will repeat until vaccine distribution and supply is sufficient.
Please use the following links for additional information:
For the media release specific to the Vaccine Scheduler Portal, visit:
For FAQs regarding scheduling your vaccine appointment, visit:
To view the complete statewide vaccination framework, visit:
Content last reviewed 08.17.2021