NV ELIGIBILITY EXPANDS: Book your COVID-19 vaccine appointment now

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NOTE: This story will be updated as new information about the vaccine in Southern Nevada is released.

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — As of April 5, all Nevadans ages 16 and older are eligible to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

The vax4nv.gov website now lists “Healthy Adults, 16-64 Years” as the newest eligible group. It is the seventh option in the drop-down list.

The state updated the website Saturday afternoon, two days ahead of eligibility expanding across Nevada.

If you are looking to schedule an appointment, CLICK HERE, then follow the step-by-step instructions on each screen.

Vaccination Sites

(Scroll down for pharmacy vaccination details)

  1. Encore at Wynn Las Vegas (UMC is operating this site)

2. Las Vegas Convention Center (Southern Nevada Health District)

  • First and second doses will be administered at the convention center
  • LOCATION: C-1 area of Central Hall (dedicated parking in the Silver Lot off Paradise Rd and Convention Center Dr)
  • OPERATING: Tuesday through Saturday, 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
  • ELIGIBLE: Nevadans 16 and older starting Monday, April 5
  • Click here to make an appointment

3. Cashman Center

  • LOCATION: 850 Las Vegas Boulevard, Exhibit Hall B
  • OPERATING: Tuesday through Saturday until 6 p.m.
  • First and second dose appointments are being accepted
  • ELIGIBLE: Nevadans 16 and older starting Monday, April 5
  • Click here to make an appointment

4. Southern Nevada Health District

  • LOCATION: 280 South Decatur Boulevard
  • OPERATING: Monday through Friday starting at 7 a.m.
  • ELIGIBLE: Nevadans 16 and older starting Monday, April 5
  • Click here to make an appointment

5. University of Nevada, Las Vegas

6. Henderson Family Health Center

  • LOCATION: 98 East Lake Mead Pkwy, Henderson
  • If you have received a confirmed appointment time via text and/or email and need to cancel, please call (800) 787-2568.
  • Click here to make an appointment

7. Heritage Park Senior Facility

  • LOCATION: 300 South Racetrack Road, Henderson
  • OPERATING: Monday – Friday
  • ELIGIBLE: Nevadans 65+, Health Care, Public Safety and Security / Frontline Community Support / Frontline Supply Chain & logistics / Food Service and Hospitality
  • Click here to make an appointment

8. Henderson Sun City Anthem Community Center (Opens March 30)

  • OPERATING: First dose appointments from March 30 – April 2 from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.
  • Appointments required (800 vaccinations daily)
  • Second dose appointment will be made during first dose visit
  • Click here to make appointment
  • You can also call City of Henderson information hotline Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. at (702) 267-4636 to make an appointment.

9. CSN North Las Vegas Campus (Starting Monday, March 22)

  • LOCATION: Tyrone Thompson Student Union, south end of campus (3200 E. Cheyenne Ave.)
  • Administering first and second doses by appointment only
  • Click here to make an appointment, or call 1-800-401-0946
  • NOTE: This site replaces Canyon Springs High School which closed March 19

10. North Las Vegas VA Medical Center

  • LOCATION: 6900 N. Pecos Road, North Las Vegas
  • OPERATING: Monday – Friday
  • ELIGIBLE: All Veterans (no age restrictions)
  • CALL (702) 791-9185 to make an appointment

11. Boulder City (Vaccinations available beginning Jan. 25)

  • LOCATIONS: Elaine K. Smith Building (700 Wyoming), Boulder City Hospital (901 Adams Blvd)
  • OPERATING: Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
  • ELIGIBLE: Nevadans 65+, Health Care, Public Safety and Security / Frontline Community Support / Frontline Supply Chain & logistics / Food Service and Hospitality / Educators
  • MAKE AN APPOINTMENT: Call Boulder City Parks and Recreation at (702) 293-9256 Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. to make an appointment.
  • Click HERE for more information on vaccinations in Boulder City

12. Nye County: The county’s COVID-19 update website says Nye County is still in tier 1, which includes healthcare workers and first responders. Nye County residents 65 and older are encouraged to make an online appointment at this link for Smith’s or at this link for Walgreens.

13. Laughlin

  • CALL (702) 298-2214 to be added to the waiting list

14. Rising Star Hotel & Fieldhouse (Mesquite)

15. Nevada Pharmacies offering vaccine to individuals aged 55-64 years with underlying health conditions

16. North Las Vegas City Hall drive-thru clinic

For more information on prioritization and eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccination, you can review the Nevada COVID-19 Playbook V3.

Groups currently eligible for COVID-19 vaccination (as of April 5, 2021):

**Please click the group you are in to register for the vaccine**

Vaccine Call Center

Nevada has set up a call center to help those with questions about the vaccine and vaccination process. The number is: 1-800-401-0946. It is open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.


The SNHD’s Moderna vaccines were first administered the week of Jan. 4 and Pfizer’s the week of Jan. 18. The second dose may be administered after 28 days for Moderna, and 21 days for Pfizer. The health district recommends getting the second dose as close to the above intervals as possible, but you can receive it up until six weeks after.

What to bring to your vaccine appointment

Every individual eligible to receive the vaccine must make an appointment. Appointments may be limited. More dates and times are being added, and everyone who wants the vaccine will be able to get it, the health district notes on its website.

Proof of employment as well as a photo ID and proof of residency should be brought to your appointment, SNHD states on its website.

RTC routes to vaccination sites

Seniors who might need a vaccine but don’t have transportation can use the the RTC bus system, or if they need special assistance, the RTC’s paratransit system.

CLICK HERE to see the current list of vaccination clinic sites with designated service routes.

‘General Population’ Lane

Nevadans 16 years and older can schedule a vaccine starting April 5

President Joe Biden has directed all states, territories and tribes to make all American adults eligible for the vaccines by at least May 1.

Nevada will be beating the deadline with a few weeks to spare.

Governor Steve Sisolak announced March 17, 2021, a year after the state closed nonessential businesses to slow the spread of the virus, that all Nevadans 16 and older will be eligible for the vaccine starting April 5.

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