Updated: March 11, 2021.
As of March 2, 2021, President Biden has directed all states to provide vaccinations for teachers. Find your state below to learn where you can find a provider.
Note: bring your Swing Education pay stub with you to your appointment to demonstrate eligibility. You do not need a letter from Swing to demonstrate eligibility.
Vaccination Providers by State and County
|Arizona - Maricopa County|
|Arizona - Pinal County|
|California - All|
|California - Long Beach|
|California - Los Angeles||
Los Angeles County will begin vaccinating educators March 1, 2021.
|California - San Francisco|
|California - San Mateo||
Teachers are eligible for vaccinations beginning February 22, 2021.
|Illinois - Chicago|
Teachers are now eligible for vaccinations in New Jersey.
As of March 3, 2021, all teachers are eligible for vaccinations in Texas.
When will it be my turn to be vaccinated?
As of March 2, 2021, President Biden has directed all states to provide vaccinations for teachers. Timing depends on vaccine supply. You can read more about the President's directive here.
What documentation will I need to provide to prove that I work in education?
You need to bring your Swing Education pay stub with you when you go to your appointment. Learn how to print your pay stub here.
I onboarded with Swing, but never took an assignment. Can I still be vaccinated?
If you are a teacher you are eligible to be vaccinated, but you will need a pay stub to demonstrate eligibility. If you have never worked an assignment with Swing, you will not have a pay stub from Swing so we recommend bringing a pay stub from your previous employer. Onboarding with Swing is not proof of eligibility to be vaccinated.
Am I required to get the vaccine to work with Swing or at Swing partner schools?
At this time, there are no requirements to be vaccinated.