DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Southeast Health has added appointment capacity and have streamlined their scheduling process for COVID-19 vaccines.
Southeast Health has added nearly a 1,000 new appointments next week to accommodate eligible individuals.
Eligible individuals must be at least 65 years-old or fall in the critical worker category established by the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH).
Critical workers are defined as:
- First Responders
- Corrections Officers
- Food and Agriculture workers
- U.S. Postal Service Workers
- Manufacturing Workers
- Grocery Store Workers
- Public Transit Workers
- People who work in the education sector (teachers, support staff, community college and higher education)
- Childcare Workers
- Judiciary (including but not limited to) circuit judges, district judges and district attorneys
- Clergy and Ministers
At this time, ADPH has not opened up the vaccine for high risk patients under 65 years of age.
To self-schedule an appointment, go to https://www.southeasthealth.org/covid19vaccine/