COVID-19 Vaccine Information


Updated January 22, 2021: 

Recent changes made to webpage: 

  • Email added so people who believe they were missed can let us know.
  • FAQ button has been updated with local information.
  • Registration open for individuals 70+. 

UPDATES WILL OCCUR WEEKLY as needed and when new information is received.

Teton County will now begin accepting information for individuals 70+ who are interested in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.  Individuals who have submitted their information and who meet the age requirement will be called, as vaccine supply allows, to be scheduled for an appointment to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.  We will be scheduling appointments based on age, with the oldest individuals being scheduled first.  Others who do not yet meet this age requirement, please check back weekly for updates. Teton County Health Department and St. John’s Health will continue to provide updates and information on plans to vaccinate other groups identified in Phase 1b as more doses of the vaccine become available. 

If you are 70+ please follow the instructions below to complete your registration form. 

You can reach us at the COVID-19 Hotline at 307-732-8628 for vaccine updates, testing/quarantine/isolation questions or email us at

Need phone assistance? 

Teton County Health Department COVID-19 line at (307) 732-8628, option 1 for the registration call center. The call center will be staffed by volunteer operators, and will be open Monday's-Thursday's, 9am to 4pm.

Weekly selection from the registration list will occur on Fridays, and those selected will be contacted to schedule an appointment for the following week. The form will continually remain open so that individuals can register to be selected for an appointment. Everyone who registers will receive a vaccine if they so desire; however, we will be vaccinating each age group for multiple weeks. This is based on vaccine supply.

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Vaccine Timeline (2)

Teton County will move to vaccinate 1b priority groups as listed in the Wyoming Department of Health's COVID Vaccine Priority Groups in January.

Teton County's Current January Allocation of the COVID VACCINE: weekly shipments for a total of 1,200 doses of the Moderna vaccine (these would be 1st doses) *subject to change based on availability.

Current vaccine distribution data for Teton County, WY: 

  • 1237 doses of the COVID vaccine given out as of January 8, 2021  
  • Teton County's December allocation of the COVID vaccine : 975 doses of the Pfizer Vaccine and 100 doses of the Moderna Vaccine
  • With additional doses in the multi dose vaccine vials, gave out 115% of vaccine
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