More appointments for those eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine are expected to be released on Thursday morning across different counties in the state. In Tulsa County, the health department posted appointments were available on Wednesday evening.
In a Facebook post, the Tulsa County Health Department said more than 2,700 appointments were available. The department said they are not in control of when appointments are released and will post them as vaccines become available.
The state department of health has previously announced appointments would be released every Thursday at around 8:00 a.m. The state has also acknowledged appointments can be added throughout the week and advised people to constantly check the system.
The state is still in Phase Two of vaccine distribution, which includes Oklahomans 65 and older.
Some viewers have reached out to News On 6 about struggles with the portal. We have reached out to the state health department but our inquiries have gone unanswered.