Vaccine Is Now Available For:

Individuals 50 and Older (Effective March 8)

K-12 Educators and Staff

Healthcare Providers

First Responders

Long-term Care Facility Staff and Residents

Individuals 16 and Older with Certain Medical Conditions

*For a list of medical conditions please visit https://coronavirus.utah.gov/vaccine-distribution/

Vaccine Clinic Information

Limited doses of vaccine will be available and individuals must pre-register for our clinics. We anticipate using all of our doses and will not be able to accommodate individuals that haven’t pre-registered at this time.

Please do not come early to your appointment. Coming early may cause an increase in wait time for you and other individuals with appointments. If you receive an appointment confirmation we will have a dose available for you at your scheduled time.

If you need assistance scheduling an appointment, please call 1-800-456-7707. Please have your insurance or Medicare card ready before scheduling. If your registration was successful you will receive an on-screen appointment confirmation, as well as an email confirmation if a valid email address was provided.

Vaccine clinics will be held at Bear River Health Department locations in Logan (655 E 1300 N Logan), Brigham (817 W 950 S Brigham), and Tremonton (440 W 600 N Tremonton). Clinics will also begin at Logan City Fire Department (76 E 200 N Logan) on March 9.

To cancel an existing appointment please click HERE.

Pfizer Vaccine Information – Click HERE

Moderna Vaccine Information – Click HERE

Janssen Vaccine Information (Johnson & Johnson) – Click HERE

1st Dose Calendar

To schedule an appointment for your 1st dose of the COVID-19 vaccine please select a clinic from the calendar below. Do not select one of these clinics to schedule your 2nd dose of COVID-19 vaccine.

Please do not schedule more than one appointment. If you have scheduled multiple appointments please click HERE to cancel the ones you don’t plan to keep.

If you are a resident of Logan City we invite you to sign up for a vaccine clinic at Logan Fire Department (listed below). They are able to offer vaccines to Logan City residents.

To schedule with a clinic, click on the calendar item and then the link in the description.

2nd Dose Calendar

To schedule an appointment for your 2nd dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine please select a clinic from the calendar below. Do not select one of these clinics to schedule your 1st dose of COVID-19 vaccine. If you did not receive your 1st dose of vaccine from a Bear River Health Department clinic please do not sign up here – return to the location that provided your 1st dose to receive your 2nd dose.

If you need your 2nd dose of the Moderna vaccine, AND you received your 1st dose from a Bear River Health Department clinic please click HERE and fill out this form.

Please do not schedule more than one appointment. If you have scheduled multiple appointments please click HERE to cancel the ones you don’t plan to keep.

To schedule with a clinic, click on the calendar item and then the link in the description.

Where else can I get a vaccine?

There are many vaccine providers across the state, including local health departments, local pharmacies, and healthcare providers. We are excited that so many providers are able to assist in the vaccination effort. Please click HERE for a list of other vaccine providers. We want to help everyone who qualifies and wants the vaccine to get it.

Questions about Second Doses

It takes time for your body to build protection after any vaccination. COVID-19 vaccines that require 2 shots may not protect you until a week or two after your second shot. The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine requires 2 shots, 21 days apart. The Moderna COVID-19 vaccine requires 2 shots, 28 days apart.

Your first and second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine must be from the same manufacturer. If your first dose was the Pfizer vaccine, you must sign up for a “Pfizer 2nd Dose” clinic. If your first dose was the Moderna vaccine, you must sign up for a “Moderna 2nd Dose” clinic. Please refer to your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card if you aren’t sure which vaccine you received.

Both the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines are about 90-95% effective at preventing COVID-19 after the 2nd dose.