The COVID-19 vaccine is available to anyone 12 years and older. Vaccines and medical care are available regardless of your immigration status.
Individuals can work with their employer on how to best access vaccine.
Employers and industries are encouraged to consider among the following options for employees:
COVID-19 vaccine is only one of the ways to stop the spread of the disease. However, other health and safety measures such as wearing a mask, physical distancing, washing hands frequently, and staying home when sick continue to be important tools.
Customize these templates to communicate with your staff about upcoming COVID-19 Vaccine. Add your own logos and customize text to make it appropriate for your organization.
Introductory Letter | this letter can be sent to your branches, offices, or units to encourage review and use of the toolkit materials - also includes communication tools like vaccine fact sheets, posters, social media graphics, stickers you can print
Letter to Employees | this letter about COVID-19 vaccination information can be sent to your emloyees
Newsletter Content | this short newsletter-style blurb can be used in e-newsletters or hard copy newsletters that you distribute to employees. Consider a "special edition" newsletter and add information about who to contact for more information.
Central District Health List of Enrolled Vaccine Providers
Central District Health COVID-19 Vaccine Web Page (for the public)
Idaho Department of Health & Welfare - Vaccine Web Page
Idaho COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ
Idaho COVID-19 Vaccine Administration Transparency Data
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) - Vaccine Webpage
Moderna Vaccine Information
Pfizer Vaccine Information
Central District Health COVID-19 Directory (all pages)
Employers may encourage their employees to seek their own individual appointments through an enrolled vaccine provider. It is preferred that people make an appointment with an enrolled vaccine provider within the community they live wherever possible.
For a list of enrolled vaccine providers in Ada, Boise, Elmore, and Valley Counties: English | Spanish
Employers may establish an agreement with an enrolled vaccine provider for an on-site/mobile vaccine clinic for their employees. CDH has a list of enrolled vaccine providers who can offer scheduled on-site/mobile vaccine clinics. Please note that this list may change. Information will be updated on this page as changes occur. This option would not prohibit employees from seeking their own vaccine appointment.
Enrolled Vaccine Providers are working on vaccine clinic plans and are providing Central District Health with phone numbers and website links to where eligible businesses and industries can learn more information about how to schedule on-site vaccination clinics for staff.
CDH has a list of mobile vaccine providers at the top of this web page.
We encourage you to let your staff know what your plan is to connect them to the COVID-19 vaccine. Communicate this process now, whether your plan is to encourage them to individually find an appointment for vaccine, or if you will work to coordinate an on-site vaccine clinic for staff. Please view the Communication Tools section on this page for resources like sample emails you can send your staff, flyers, and vaccine fact sheets.
In May, 2021, the CDC provided some updated information for persons who are fully vaccinated. If you’ve been fully vaccinated:
Together, COVID-19 vaccination and following CDC’s health and safety recommendations will offer the best protection from getting and spreading COVID-19.
Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (IDHW) created COVID-19 editable toolkits that can be customized by businesses and organizations. The toolkits are done through Canva and the designs are user friendly. To find these toolkits scroll to the bottom of IDHW's page and click on the editable toolkits tab.