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As a clinical trial site, LVHN was first in the region to administer the vaccine and we assure you that when it comes to distribution and care, LVHN will continue to lead the way.

This page was last updated on 1/22/2021 at 8:00 PM.

How to get your shot

Vaccine supply is limited in the early stage of distribution. Although the supply distributed by the State of Pennsylvania is limited, LVHN is committed to administering the vaccine to all members of our community as quickly as possible when it is available to the general public and will cover all costs. The LVHN plan for administering COVID-19 vaccines is determined by the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s  phased approach  to vaccination.

We are currently vaccinating:

Learn about vaccination for these groups and the general public below. All essential workers must show their corporate ID card at their appointment.

The Pennsylvania Department of Health announced that phase 1a of its vaccination plan has now expanded to include people age 65 and older as well as people ages 16-64 with serious medical conditions that make them more at risk for severe illness. While LVHN is pleased that eligibility has increased to include more people, vaccine supply determines the number of appointments we can schedule. Currently, LVHN does not have the supply needed to vaccinate this group. The best thing you can do to enter the queue for vaccination, is to create a MyLVHN account. You'll receive a notification when you are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine and can schedule your vaccine appointment on MyLVHN.

At this time, LVHN is only scheduling vaccination for individuals age 18 and older. If you have had a vaccine in the last 14 days, you should delay your COVID-19 vaccination. You should not receive another vaccine 14 days prior to or after your COVID-19 vaccination.

What You Need to Know About Vaccine Supply and Appointments

LVHN President and CEO Dr. Brian Nester assures you that we will quickly administer every dose as supply becomes available.

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Vaccination for special groups and the general public

Health Care Workers
Residents and Staff of Skilled Nursing and Long-term Care Facilities
First Responders
Essential Workers
General Public
People Age 75 and Older

FAQs: COVID-19 Vaccine

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