COVID-19 Vaccine in
Johnson County, MO
First vaccination clinic is January 22.
JCCHS is hosting the first COVID-19 vaccination clinic for individuals in Phase 1-B Tiers 1 & 2 on Friday, Jan. 22.
This clinic is currently full.
More clinics will be available the following week.
REGISTRATION FOR ADDITIONAL CLINICS COMING SOON!
- Things to know before your visit:
- Allow 30 minutes for visit.
- Wear clothing with easy access to upper arm.
- Pregnant women must present a physicians order.
- All safety precautions must be followed and include wearing a face covering, and physical distancing when possible.
Johnson County Missouri
COVID-19 Vaccine Survey Form
Interested in receiving the COVID -19 vaccine or want to receive updates about availability in Johnson County? Fill out this quick survey to be added to the list. This is only a survey and DOES NOT register you for the vaccine. It will sign you up to receive updates about the next clinic.
Current Vaccination Plan
Johnson County is currently finishing up Phase 1-A. plans are being finalized for the first round of large vaccination clinics to include individuals in Phase 1B – Tiers 1 and 2.
The second clinic is anticipated the week of January 25.
The read more about Phase 1-B Tiers, click below.
The COVID-19 vaccine has arrived in Johnson County. JCCHS continues to work closely with the State of Missouri on the planning and distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine.
We are working closely with local partners for storage and county-wide distribution plans of the vaccine.
Phase 1-A distribution continues, and we will begin Phase 1-B -Tiers 1 and 2.
Mass vaccination clinics are being finalized and expected to begin the week of January 18.
Your vaccine availability will be based on your age, your health and other factors to help protect our high-risk communities.
Local updates about the COVID-19 vaccines for Johnson County will be posted on this page as more information becomes available.
For more info about the redefined Phase 1-B and the tiers, please visit https://covidvaccine.mo.gov/.
To read the news release issued by JCCHS, please click HERE