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Many different kinds of organizations have qualified to be vaccinators in Missouri. These include hospitals, health departments, pharmacies, large employers and more. You may also wish to check with your healthcare provider, pharmacy, or employer to see if they plan to offer the vaccine at any point.
You can visit our Where to Get Vaccinated page for a list of local options. For a list of pediatric providers, click here.
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Anyone 6 months or older can receive a COVID vaccine at this time.
(Learn more about COVID vaccines for children and teens.)
Yes, we offer vaccination for all ages (6 months+). Learn what COVID vaccines are currently offered at CCPHC and how to make an appointment.
Clay County Public Health Center has been providing the COVID-19 vaccine since Jan. 11, 2021. CCPHC was also part of Operation Safe, a community effort to vaccinate Missourians at a clinic at Cerner's North Kansas City campus.
The Novavax COVID-19 vaccine is a protein-based vaccine (does not include mRNA). Novavax is manufactured more like “traditional” vaccines, like flu vaccines. Learn more about the Novavax vaccine.
Clay County Public Health Center offers Novavax and Novavax boosters on Thursdays.
The Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaccine is not currently offered at Clay County Public Health Center. After expiration of our current stock, it was decided to no longer carry J&J due to low demand and additional safety considerations. Click here to find other places that may offer the J&J vaccine.
Yes. Anyone age 12 and older can receive this new booster if they've completed their primary series and it's been at least 2 months since their last COVID shot (any type). We are only offering the Pfizer bivalent vaccine at CCPHC. Learn more.
The original (monovalent) versions of the Pfizer and Moderna are only available for people getting their primary series.
Getting a COVID vaccine is FREE for everyone.
No person can be billed for the COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccine providers may charge an administration fee to insurance, Medicaid or Medicare, if the patient has any of those. If the patient does not have any of those, they are still able to get vaccinated for free.
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