Last updated March 23, 2021
Find questions and answers on information regarding the vaccine for Oklahoma residents, including the vaccine distribution phases. Vaccine FAQs are also available. For more answers, please call 2-1-1. Update: starting March 29, 2021, all Oklahomans will be eligible for the vaccine.
Find local (and state-wide) information and updates on vaccine distribution and appointment availability.
Find more information on the Center for Disease Control website on how the vaccines work against COVID-19.
Find more information on the Center for Disease Control website on the Pfizer vaccine.
Find more information on the Center for Disease Control website on the Moderna vaccine.
Find out how vaccines are developed before authorization on the United States Food & Drug Administration website.
How do I get the vaccine?
How to Register for the Vaccination
Register for the vaccination on the OSDH vaccine website. The vaccine scheduler portal is now available en español. You'll fill out a brief questionnaire to find out if you are eligible for the vaccination. If you are not yet eligible, the questionnaire will determine what distribution phase you are in and you will be notified through email.
When you are eligible, OSDH will notify you through email so you may schedule the vaccination.
How to Schedule a Vaccination
When you are notified that you're eligible to schedule an appointment, OSDH will email you at the email address you registered with. You will click on the link to book an appointment. This link will be used each week until you're able to schedule the appointment. Please note: appointments are not guaranteed and spots will fill up fast. OSDH recommends checking back on Wednesday evenings at 5:00 PM through Thursday morning at 8:00 AM.
Vaccine location in Garfield County, Oklahoma
When you are eligible, you will schedule the vaccination and find information on where to go for the appointment. At this time, all vaccines for Garfield County residents are taking place at the Oakwood Mall located at 4125 W Owen K Garriott Rd, Enid, OK 73703. Please note: walk-ins are not accepted.
For the most current Garfield County, Oklahoma vaccine appointment and location information, visit and follow the Garfield County Health Department Facebook page.
Other Vaccine Resources
There is also a federal tool to find local vaccination appointments using VaccineFinder.org. A family doctor may also be able to assist you.
How to use the OSDH portal
How-To Schedule a Vaccine Appointment
How-To Videos by Garfield County Health Department
Avoid COVID-19 Vaccine Scams
Office of the Inspector General
Find updated information on current COVID-19 virus, testing, and vaccination scams.
View an infographic on how to spot vaccine scams.
Federal Bureau of Investigation
View the press release about fraudulent schemes regarding the vaccine.
CDC Guidelines for Fully Vaccinated Individuals
New guidelines have been posted by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention if you've been fully vaccinated.
- Gather indoors with other fully vaccinated individuals without masks
- Gather indoors with unvaccinated individuals from one family without masks (except in cases with an increased risk of COVID-19)
Social distancing and the wearing of masks and cloth face coverings are still recommended in public.
Federal COVID-19 Information
Official government website has up-to-date information on the symptoms of COVID-19 and what you can do to protect yourself and others from spreading germs.
A world-wide organization that provides information on health coverage, health emergencies, and overall well-being.
Compiles resources on government response to COVID-19 as well as links to other federal pages offering assistance.
Official Oklahoma website has compiled information on the COVID-19 pandemic and CDC recommendations. A call center is open for anyone with questions. Call: 877-215-8336. Hours change weekly. Find Executive Order Reports on pandemic statistics in Oklahoma.
Local COVID-19 information for Garfield County
Local health information and resources.
Posts about local testing sites and best practices to #stopthespread
Department that helps prepare for and respond to disasters.
Provides the current Emergency Proclamation from Mayor George Pankonin. Has videos from local shelters, hospitals, and other departments regarding COVID-19 pandemic.
Gathers local and national news, articles, and other information regarding the pandemic.
For updates on local business and restaurant offerings, openings, and other services. They promote downtown Enid.
Lookup local resources for disaster relief, food assistance, and other essential needs and services.
Serves the communities in NW Oklahoma and helps lead community members to mental health, medical, hotline, and other local services.
For Food Assistance
Serving free grab-and-go meals daily to kids under the age of 18 in Enid. They are serving breakfast and lunch at multiple locations.
Provides grocery assistance with Emergency Bags & Box Distrubtion on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 3:00 - 6:00 PM. They ask that all new & returning clients bring their photo ID, proof of address, and IDs/documentation for ALL people in the home, including children.
701 E. Maine
Enid, OK 73701
Provides dinner to those in need. View the video on what our local Salvation Army is providing.
Resources for men, women, and families
516 N Independence
Enid, OK 73701
Resources for women and children. Offers emergency crisis-intervention services for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
525 S Quincy
Enid, OK 73701
Assistance for Seniors
Offering Commodity Boxes for curbside pickup only throughout the month of April. Call them at 580-237-1447.
602 S. Van Buren
Enid, OK 73701
Nationwide service that connects older Americans and their caregivers to local resources.
Senior Info Line
Connects seniors to local information and resources.
For Local Businesses
The government has expanded the existing economic injury disaster loan program, which offers low-interest loans to cover most business expenses. Learn about available coronavirus relief options.
Provides information on available emergency funding programs and loans. Provides guides and resources on filing unemployment and medical leave.
Partnered with the Autry Technology Center, Greater Enid Chamber of Commerce and REI Oklahoma to provide information for local businesses seeking emergency funding and loans. Also contains information for job-seekers.
For Restaurant Workers, Servers, & Bartenders
Funding and assistance for restaurant workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Works to provide employment security and economic stability to Oklahoma persons.
Job Search Assistance
Housing, Childcare, & Other Assistance
Resources on housing, child care, diaper bank, employment and more.
Fraudulent accounts have been opened using others' personal information. To report unemployment fraud, fill out the online form.
Information on cyber threats and other scams on the pandemic.
Information on Medicaid and treatment scams.
They will never ask for bank account numbers, passwords, or other financial information. File a complaint about a fraudulent encounter on the Federal Trade Commission's website.
24/7 Crisis (with YWCA): 580-234-7644 OR 1-800-966-7644
Youth & Family Services Of Northwest Oklahoma Helpline:
Disaster Distress Helpline: 1-800-985-5990 (TTY 1-800-846-8517) or text TalkWithUs to 66746
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
1-800-273-8255 (TTY 1-800-799-4889)
Online chat available
National Domestic Violence Hotline:
1-800-799-7233 (TTY 1-800-799-7233) or text LOVEIS to 22522
National Sexual Assault Hotline:
Online chat available
Substance Abuse & Mental Health Helpline:
Youth Crisis Text Line:
Text "I need help" to 741741