About a month ago, the vaccines for COVID-19 started rolling out. The first group of people to be given the vaccine were our frontline workers. In different states, there are different phases of the vaccine roll outs. Just recently, Philly has expanded their distribution of the vaccine. Like many other places, they are roll outs but Philly's include service providers who work with vulnerable populations, public transit workers, people over the age of 75 and people with certain high-risk medical conditions, including cancer, chronic kidney disease, diabetes mellitus, and those under care for organ transplantation. But you can't just walk into a facility to get the vaccine. You will have to sign up, according to 6 ABC. In fact there will be a city website that will roll out later this week, not to be confused with the current Philly Fighting Covid website, the city's site will allow individuals and organizations that employ essential workers to sign up to be notified when they become eligible for the vaccine, according to The Inquirer. But it may take a while to be notified because of how many vaccines doses that were received.