This was posted yesterday – Who Is Eligible for a COVID-19 Vaccine in Your State?: https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/articles/covid-19-vaccine-eligibility-by-state. It is outdated as yesterday, Kansas, became the 8th state to open vaccinations to adults. This includes people 16 and older. Each state sets its own rules and laws on who can get vaccinated. Plus, some people have higher priority than others. I have been exposed to COVID-19 numerous times by people who don’t wear masks, I likely had it and don’t know it.
Worth noting: it will probably require booster shots at some point in time based on some articles I read.
By Kaia Hubbard March 26, 2021
SINCE PRESIDENT JOE Biden on March 11 directed that states make every adult eligible for a coronavirus vaccine by May 1, many states have ramped up their vaccine rollouts; moving up dates and announcing new eligibility to meet the president’s timeline. But vaccine rollouts vary by state.
Alaska was the first state to announce and implement eligibility for all adults on March 9. Mississippi has since followed suit, with all individuals 16 and older becoming eligible on March 16. Among other states that have recently made all adults eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine, West Virginia opened up eligibility to all adults on March 22, Arizona did the same on March 24, and adults in Texas will be eligible starting March 29.