• 22 S. State St. Clearfield, UT 84015
  • Main : (801) 525-5000
  • M-F 8am to 5pm

Vaccine Distribution

Appointments are available through the end of March. We are primarily using the Pfizer vaccine.

  • In the event all appointments are full, feel free to check back regularly. As the state receives additional doses we are often able to add additional doses throughout the week. 
  • There are other places for those that are eligible to receive the vaccine other than the local health departments, and those opportunities continue to grow daily. To find other vaccine providers visit: coronavirus.utah.gov/vaccine-distribution or vaccinefinder.org.

Eligible residents may call 801-525-4900 for help scheduling an appointment.

Call Center Hours: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm; Monday-Friday (Except for Holidays)


Clinic Schedule & Location

Clinic Video Link: What to expect & how to schedule
Schedule: Monday - Saturday
Drive Thru Clinic Location: Legacy Events Center, formerly known as the Davis County Fairgrounds
Directions: East entrance is accessed from Clark Lane, south of Cinemark @ Station Park; (East side of Department of Motor Vehicles, 969 West Clark Lane, Farmington)

2nd Doses

  • Depending on the 1st dose vaccine received, the SOONEST a person can get the 2nd dose is 21 days (Pfizer) or 28 days (Moderna). According to CDC, the second dose should be administered as close to the recommended interval as possible. However, if it is not feasible to adhere to the recommended interval and a delay in vaccination is unavoidable, the second dose of Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines may be administered up to 6 weeks (42 days) after the first dose.
  • The Davis County Health vaccine scheduling system will automatically generate an email to notify eligible residents when it is time to schedule their 2nd dose. Watch for the email on day 14 after your 1st dose.


Appointments for those 65+ are now available to be scheduled on our website through the end of March. Eligible residents are encouraged to check back regularly for more openings. 

Medical Transportation: Those who need assistance with transportation to the vaccine clinic should schedule their vaccine appointment on a Tuesday or Thursday. After scheduling a vaccine appointment, call 801-525-5050 and select Option 1 to arrange transportation.

Homebound: Those who are homebound can call 801-525-5050 and select Option 5 to be added to our homebound list to receive the COVID vaccine. 

Proof of age is required at the appointment.

Those with Certain Medical Conditions (ages 16 or older)


We expect COVID-19 vaccines will be available starting March 1st for Davis County residents 16 or older with specific medical conditions. Check back towards the end of February for more information about when vaccine appointments for this population will be available to be scheduled.

A list of conditions that make a person eligible can be found at this link.

Click here for a list of the ICD-10 codes of the medical conditions eligible for vaccination.

A letter to physicians outlining medical conditions can be found at this link


School staff in Davis County can now schedule a vaccine. Proof you are K-12 staff is required at your appointment.


If you are a healthcare worker that lives or works in Davis County, you are eligible to sign up for an appointment to get the COVID-19  vaccine. Please schedule your vaccination appointment online. Proof you are a healthcare worker is required at your appointment.




EMS and other first responders who live or work in Davis County are being vaccinated by Davis County Health Department. Please schedule your vaccination appointment online. Proof you are a first responder is required at your appointment.



Those who are enrolled in VA medical benefits AND are 65 and older, can sign up to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Call 801-582-1565, extension 5657, option 3 to schedule an appointment through the VA.


We expect COVID-19 vaccines will be available starting in April for other age groups, people with underlying medical conditions not listed above, and those who live in congregate settings and are at higher risk for the virus that causes COVID-19.

You don’t need to “get on a waiting list” to be vaccinated. When the vaccine is available, we expect to have it available at many locations throughout your community. This includes your local pharmacy, your doctor’s office, and local health department.

Authorized Vaccines

Vaccine Safety

In the United States, there are many steps in place to make sure vaccines are safe and effective. These steps include clinical trials and reviews by many independent scientists, medical professionals, and public health experts. The COVID vaccine has undergone these rigorous steps, just like all vaccines; no steps were skipped.

Ensuring Vaccine Safety How mRNA Vaccines Work Considerations for People Pregnant or Breastfeeding Considerations if Underlying Medical Conditions Summary of Reactions to Pfizer Vaccine Summary of Reactions to Moderna Vaccine

Vaccine Facts

The COVID-19 vaccination is an important tool to help stop the pandemic. Learn the facts so you can make informed decisions to keep yourself and your family safe and healthy.

COVID-19 Vaccine Facts Vaccine Info for Multicultural Communities What to Expect Clinical Guidance for Vaccine Administration Frequently Asked Questions, CDC
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