Last Updated April 21
All rideshare and delivery drivers are essential to keeping our communities moving. As of April 19th, all adults in the US and Puerto Rico will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
In this guide, we’ll share information from your state to help you navigate the process, which we know can be complicated and confusing. The official information from county, state, and federal government agencies changes rapidly. We’ll update this guide with more information as it becomes available, but you may need to check local guidance as well.
Select your state below to find information on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in your state.
Frequently asked questions
- How do I know if I am eligible for early stage vaccinations?
- Do I still need to wear a mask after receiving the vaccine?
- What do I do if there aren’t any appointments available?
- How much does the vaccine cost?
- What do I need to provide to get a vaccine?
- Do I have to get a vaccine to continue earning with Uber?
- What if I drive and also deliver using the Uber Eats app?
Additional state-specific information will be updated as we get more visibility into vaccination timelines.
- District of Columbia
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Puerto Rico
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
- Carbon Health Vaccine Finder – Additional resource to help you find a vaccine provider near you.
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention vaccine information: Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine from CDC.
- COVID-19 Resources: Learn more about the in-app hub where you can get the latest information and support.
- GetVaccineAnswers.org: Have questions about how the COVID-19 vaccines protect you or whether they’re safe? Learn more about the facts here.
- Independent Worker’s Guide to COVID-19: The Stride | Uber COVID-19 resource hub has tax and financial aid help, discounted telemedicine, health insurance support, and more.
- Safety resources: Find tips for how you can take care of yourself during this challenging time.
- Wall Street Journal vaccine guide: This provides updated state-level information on vaccination distribution.
- World Health Organization COVID-19 advice: Stay aware of the latest COVID-19 information by regularly checking updates from WHO.
This guide and its contents are not medical advice. Any questions you have about the vaccine and whether it is right for you should be directed to a healthcare provider. Vaccine eligibility criteria are determined by state and local governments and may be subject to change. Please check local government guidelines to confirm eligibility and what to bring to your appointment, as you may be required to show proof of insurance, and/or identification. This page will be updated at regular cadences, but you should check with your local government for the most up to date information