As of November 4, 2021: Everyone 5 and older is now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.

How to stay safe

Living or working in a higher risk place

You’re more at risk of getting sick from COVID-19 if you live in:

  • Long-term care settings, such as residential care or assisted living facilities
  • A nursing home or similar setting
  • A group home or other care setting
  • A residential treatment center

or work in certain settings:

  • First responders, like healthcare workers, firefighters, police and group home staff
  • Teachers, school support staff and daycare workers
  • Farm workers
  • Factory workers
  • People who work in prisons or jails
  • U.S. Postal Service workers
  • Public transit workers
  • Grocery store workers

This list doesn’t include all possible high-risk living and working conditions. If you have questions about your risk of getting COVID-19, talk to a healthcare provider.

You’re more at risk of getting sick from COVID-19 if you live in:

  • Long-term care settings, such as residential care or assisted living facilities
  • A nursing home or similar setting
  • A group home or other care setting
  • A residential treatment center

or work in certain settings:

  • First responders, like healthcare workers, firefighters, police and group home staff
  • Teachers, school support staff and daycare workers
  • Farm workers
  • Factory workers
  • People who work in prisons or jails
  • U.S. Postal Service workers
  • Public transit workers
  • Grocery store workers

This list doesn’t include all possible high-risk living and working conditions. If you have questions about your risk of getting COVID-19, talk to a healthcare provider.