PHOENIX, AZ – Passport Health has announced that, per county guidelines, it will now be offering COVID-19 vaccinations for individuals 65 or older starting Monday, February 15. Individuals can register now at Due to increased demand, individuals must register online, walk-ins will not be taken for at least the week of February 15th. 


Leaning on Passport Health’s experience and expertise, Maricopa County has asked the company to distribute thousands of COVID-19 vaccines to anyone 65 years of age or older. The clinic is located at the Scottsdale 101 shopping complex near Mayo Boulevard and Allied Way in north Scottsdale. 


At this time, the clinics will focus on serving the elderly community, but plan to quickly transition to younger age brackets as the rollout of the vaccine and clinics ramp up. Maricopa County and Passport Health previously partnered to provide free flu shots to all County residents, fighting against the impending flu season, during a global pandemic. 


Passport Health, with over 250 clinics across North America, hopes their effort will be a step in the right direction for Arizona to recover from COVID-19. Passport Health’s medical staff is trained and equipped to respond to national and international emergencies. Prior to COVID-19, their teams responded to the 2001 anthrax attacks, SARS, H1N1, hurricanes and more. 


“Through our partnership with Maricopa County we have been able to expand and secure our services to those in need,” Paul Fishburn, President of Passport Health, said. “We are proud to continue our effort to fight COVID-19 and our mission of keeping our patients safe, whether at home or abroad.” 


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