Vaccination supplies continue to be limited. Because of this, Wyoming is administering the vaccines in a phased approach. We are currently in Phase 1.
The image below shows which priority populations are part of Phase 1. Counties are administering the vaccines locally and are working through Phases 1a-1c. Currently, most counties are vaccinating groups that fall into 1b.
It’s normal to be cautious when something new comes along. Wanting to know more is a good thing – it means you want to be informed.
Explore this resource to learn more about how COVID-19 vaccines are authorized and approved for use, how they keep us safe, why there is more than one vaccine, and more.
What You Need to Know
- The vaccines are FREE.
- If you have insurance, your insurance can be billed for administration fees. No fees will be billed to you.
- If you do not have insurance, you will be able to get the vaccine and no fees will be billed to you.
- The vaccines are SAFE.
- You can access more information on our Vaccine FAQ (en Español).
First Vaccine Doses Received: 95,225 (49,725 Pfizer/45,500 Moderna)
First Vaccine Doses Administered: 82,450
Second Vaccine Doses Received: 55,980 (24,180 Pfizer/31,800 Moderna)
Second Vaccine Doses Administered: 41,906
Reporting of administered doses is up to 72 hours behind. Counts do not include federal doses provided separately and directly for tribal, VA, and military facilities.
Alert: COVID-19 Vaccine Demand Can Lead to Fraud
We want to remind everyone vaccines are free. If you receive an unexpected call asking for payment or other personal details, such as your social security number, please do not provide those details. State and local health departments will not ask for payment information or request your social security number when following up with you for vaccine appointments and clinic notifications.
Scams related to COVID-19 vaccinations should be reported to the Consumer Protection Unit in the Wyoming Attorney General’s office by calling 307-777-6397, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by submitting a formal complaint. See full press release here.