COVID Vaccines with Clay County Public Health Center

Anyone 6 months and older can now get a free COVID vaccine. Appointments are not restricted to those who live in Clay County; we can accept appointments for eligible people who live outside of Clay County or Missouri.

  • For ages 5 and olderFirst and second doses are available as well as third and fourth (booster) doses for those that are currently eligible. You can schedule an appointment for your 2nd, 3rd or 4th doses with CCPHC even if you did not receive your first dose with Clay County. However, you must bring your white vaccination card with you to your appointment.
  • For children ages 6 months to 17 years oldChildren under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian (see below for more details). For information regarding how many doses your child will need and the dosage amount, click here. Clay County Public Health Center is currently offering the Pfizer vaccine for the 6 months-4 years age group.

Make an Appointment with CCPHC

Our clinic is located at 800 Haines Drive, Liberty, MO 64068. We provide vaccination for all ages (6 months+), including booster doses. Please sign up for an appointment below; we are not able to accommodate walk-ins. Appointments made under the wrong age group will be canceled.

When scheduling, make sure to use your legal name (no nicknames), as seen on your ID. Also, be sure to fill out all fields, including your date of birth.

Click here to make a covid vaccine appointment for ages 6 months to 4 years
Click here to make a covid vaccine appointment for ages 5 years and older

Preparing for Your Appointment

Please bring a picture ID. Also bring your vaccination card if you have previously received any doses.

See our Before, During and After webpage for tips for your appointment.

Want to make your appointment go a little quicker? Complete and print your paperwork before you arrive.

Patients Under 18

Patients 6 months - 17 years old must bring a parent or legal guardian to their appointment. If a child's parent or legal guardian is unable to accompany the child to the clinic for immunizations, they can give written permission to another adult to bring the child to the clinic. Download this form to fill out, sign, and send with child(ren) to be immunized. You must fill out one for each child you are sending in for immunizations. All fields must be completed, including signature and date.

If you do not have a printer, you may write your own consent form. The consent must include all the following information:

  • A phone number where parent/legal guardian can be reached
  • Child's name who will be receiving the immunization(s)
  • Name of the person accompanying the child
  • Parent/legal guardian's name - Please print and sign your name
  • Reason why you are sending the child in - for example: "I give consent for my child to receive any and all recommended immunizations"

*Our Statement Regarding the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) Vaccine

The mRNA COVID-19 vaccines (Pfizer BioNTech or Moderna) are recommended over the use of Janssen COVID-19 vaccine for use in the prevention of COVID-19 in individuals 18 years and older. This is due to the risk of thrombosis with thrombocytopenia or Gullain-Barre Syndrome following vaccination with the Janssen vaccine. Clients medically unable to receive the mRNA COVID-19 vaccine or who would otherwise not be vaccinated against COVID-19 may make an appointment under any vaccine type and request the Janssen vaccine, and a CCPHC nurse may determine if the client is eligible for the vaccine.