Covid-19 and Vaccine Information
FEMA Vaccine Clinics at the Dome for St. Louis City and County
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MO Department of Health and Human Services
COVID Vaccine Info and Phases/Tiers of Distribution in the State of Missouri
COVID 19 St. Louis County Information Center
CDC COVID 19
County residents without internet access can register via phone at the following numbers:
St. Louis County vaccine pre-registration hotline: 314-615-2660
St. Charles County vaccine pre-registration hotline: 636-949-1899
The State of Missouri’s mass vaccination events can be found at https://covidvaccine.mo.gov/events You can pre-register with the state of Missouri COVID-19 Vaccine Navigator here.
County Executive Page announced an innovative homebound vaccination program aimed at helping individuals who cannot get out of their home to obtain a vaccine. This program will launch on March 18th. For more information, email email@example.com or call 314-615-2660
BJCHealthCare and Washington University Physicians
Mercy Telephone Schedule Line 833-364-6777
SSM Health patients can sign up through their MyChart account and will receive an email when they can register for a vaccination appointment.
SSM Telephone Schedule Line 314-955-9600
City and County Governments
St. Louis County
St. Louis City
St. Charles County
Additional Vaccine Resources
CareSTL Health, a community health center with locations throughout north St. Louis, is also vaccinating the public. They began calling hundreds of people this week to schedule appointments. You can register at https://carestlhealth.org if you are eligible.
Compass Health Network is hosting several Moderna vaccine clinics throughout the site of Missouri, including some in St. Charles and Warren County. Visit https://compasshealthnetwork.org for more information.
Betty Jean Kerr People’s Health Center Call 314-367-7848 ext. 8 to register for vaccine or visit http://phcenters.org/
Vaccinespotter allows you schedule available appointments based on your zip code. https://www.vaccinespotter.org/
Walgreens began allowing users to make appointments Feb 18, though slots fill up fast. Users of the Walgreens app can search for available appointments in their area, or online at https://www.walgreens.com/findcare/vaccination/covid-19