HARRISBURG, Pa. — Gov. Tom Wolf and the COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force announced Monday that Pennsylvania adults will be eligible to schedule an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine starting April 13.
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“We need to maintain acceleration of the vaccine rollout, especially as case counts and hospitalization rates have increased,” said Gov. Wolf. “Therefore, just as President Biden has brought forward universal adult access to vaccines from May 1 to April 19, we are moving Pennsylvania’s timeline of universal adult access to April 13.”
Pennsylvania providers have administered more than 6 million vaccines, and the state is ranked among the top 20 states for first-dose vaccinations.
More than 2.4 million Pennsylvanians are fully vaccinated.
Pennsylvanians can find providers on the COVID-19 Vaccine Provider Map here.
Allegheny Health Network has at least 10 more clinics planned for the month of April, with the expectation of vaccinating more than 350,000 people by the end of the month.