How is your place in the queue determined?

Vaccines are prioritized based on the eligibility criteria of the state and local government where your assigned provider is located. These criteria can include but are not limited to age, profession, and health conditions. Once you are placed in your proper prioritization group, your place within that group is determined by the order in which you and your fellow users registered.

 

What does the number of sign-ups on the home page signify?

The number of sign-ups on the home page is based on the total number of people signed up nationwide. This number encompasses the entire country, this is not your place on the waitlist. Your position on the waitlist is determined by your location and the prioritization group you are placed in. Prioritization groups are based on state and local government guidelines which include but are not limited to age, profession, and health conditions.

 

What is my place in line? 

Currently, we can not provide your exact current spot on the list. This is dependent on your location and the prioritization group you were placed in. Prioritization groups are based on state and local government guidelines which include but are not limited to age, profession, and health conditions.

 

Does the questionnaire ask for age?

Date of birth is used to determine the age of the applicant, which is one of the risk factors used in state and local guidance about vaccination priorities.

 

Can I skip ahead in line?

No, your place in the queue depends on your priority group which is based on age, health conditions, and occupation. It also depends on the availability of vaccines from providers in your area. Your place in the queue within your priority group is based on signup order.

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