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COVID-19 Vaccine in the Tri-State: Who Can Get It and Where?

Distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine has started throughout the country - but here in the Tri-State, are you eligible to receive the vaccine? And where can you go to get it?

Posted: Jan 12, 2021 3:16 PM
Updated: May 18, 2021 1:22 PM

Distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine is underway both across the United States and here in the Tri-State.

Though the distribution of the vaccine is currently in motion, not everyone who wants to receive the vaccine can do so yet, due to its high demand and short supply.

As more doses of the vaccine are administered and supply becomes more readily available, demand for the vaccine will decrease and supply will increase, allowing healthcare officials to distribute the vaccine to a wider range of recipients, with eligibility specific to each state's vaccine distribution plan.

Here's where each area of the Tri-State currently stands in the vaccination process. This is a developing story, and will be updated as new information becomes available from health officials in each state.

Indiana

As of May 13, any Hoosier age 12-years-old and above became eligible to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine anywhere throughout the state.

For anyone 18-years-old and up, the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are available.

Here's where you can get the COVID-19 vaccine locally in Indiana:

Vanderburgh County

Mobile Clinic: METS Bus to Serve as Mobile COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic in Evansville

Warrick County:

  • Deaconess Gateway Hospital
  • Deaconess Clinic EXPRESS - Boonville
  • Warrick County Health Department

Gibson County:

Knox County:

Daviess County:

  • Daviess County Health Department

Dubois County:

  • Dubois County Health Department

Dubois County Health Dept. Planning Two Pfizer Vaccine Clinics

Pike County:

  • Pike County Health Department

Perry County:

Posey County:

  • Posey County Health Department
  • Deaconess Clinic EXPRESS - Mt. Vernon

Spencer County:

  • Spencer County Health Department

Any eligible individual can register online to receive the COVID-19 vaccine from any of the vaccination sites throughout the state. Click here to make a vaccination appointment online.

If you have difficulty registering online or if you know someone eligible to get vaccinated who doesn’t have access to a computer, you're asked to dial 211 from any phone for more help.

To see a map of all vaccination sites listed by the state health department, click here.

Kentucky

As of Thursday, May 13, all Kentuckians age 12-years-old and above became eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine. Those 18-years-old and above can also receive the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

Kentucky's vaccine phases:

  • Phase 1a: Long-term care / assisted living facilities, healthcare personnel
  • Phase 1b: Anyone age 70+, first responders, K-12 school personnel, childcare workers
  • Phase 1c: Anyone age 60+, anyone age 16 categorized at highest risk by CDC, all essential workers
  • Phase 2: Anyone age 40 or older
  • Phase 3: anyone age 16 or older
  • Phase 4: Children under the age of 16 if the vaccine is approved for them

More Information: KDPH Vaccine Monitoring/Information

Local Kentucky COVID-19 Vaccine Sites

Daviess County

Henderson County

  • Deaconess Henderson Hospital
    • At the end of each day, there are sometimes a few vaccine doses left over, which must be used immediately. Deaconess Henderson is offering those vaccines to some individuals age 60-69. Learn More.

Hopkins County

Ohio County

Union County

Muhlenberg County

  • Muhlenberg County Health Department
    • MCHD is asking everyone eligible under Phase 1a and Phase 1b to call 270-608-4811 to schedule an appointment or be put on the waiting list.

Kentuckians can visit a new website released by the state to see if they're eligible to receive the vaccine and to find a vaccination site nearby after doing so.

To view all vaccination sites statewide in Kentucky, click here.

Illinois

All Illinoisans age 12-years-old and up are currently eligible to receive Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine. Anyone who's at least 18-years-old can also receive the Moderna or J&J Vaccine.

When the state moved into Phase 1B of its vaccination plan, it also launched a new COVID-19 vaccine website with more information on vaccination sites, registration, and information.

Here's where you can get the COVID-19 vaccine locally in Illinois

Saline, Gallatin, and White Counties

  • Egyptian Health Department: On Monday, January 18, 2021, the EHD will begin to accept appointments to give COVID-19 vaccines to individuals that live or work in Saline, Gallatin, and White Counties that are Phase 1b.
  • Harrisburg Medical Center
    • Harrisburgh Medical Center in Saline County is administering the COVID-19 vaccine to individuals qualified by Phase 1b.
    • Appointments at HMC are required and can be scheduled by calling (618) 253-0334.
    • HMC opens its appointment-scheduling hotline during certain timeframes. Visit HMC on Facebook for more.

Edwards County

  • The Edwards County Health Department is currently wrapping up phase 1a of Illinois' vaccine distribution, and waiting for state approval to move into phase 1b.

Richland County

  • The Richland County Health Department is administering the COVID-19 vaccine to individuals in Phase 1b of the state's vaccination plan.
  • For registration slots and more information click here.

Lawrence County

  • The Lawrence County Health Department at 11362 Country Club Road is currently listed as a vaccination site by the state health department.

More COVID-19 vaccination sites can be found in Illinois by visiting the state health department's vaccination location web page.

Additional Tri-State Vaccine Resources

This is a developing story and will be updated as additional information becomes available.


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