The State of Kansas moved into Phase 2 of the vaccination process Jan 21, 2021.  Details about Phase 1 and Phase 2 can be found here.  Listed below you will find vaccination information we received from local county health departments with our core service area.  This information is subject to change at any time so please call your local health department for the most up to date info.

Allen, Anderson, and Bourbon:  Currently the vaccine is only available to healthcare workers, long-term care residents, and persons over the age of 65.  As Phase 2 begins notices will be placed in public locations, newspapers, on radio, Facebook, and our website regarding the location and times for vaccinations. We are NOT taking appointments for this phase.  There is no “list”. There will be a large dispensing clinic site set up and everyone over 65 will be able to get vaccinated at that clinic. The health department will use this same model for Phases 3-5 as well.

Butler County:  Get updates and register online using a link on this website or call (316) 321-3400.  DSWs need to bring a paystub, work ID, or letter of verification.

Chase County:  Individuals interested in receiving the vaccine should contact the Chase County Health Department as soon as possible to schedule an appointment to receive the vaccine. The phone number for the Chase County Health Department is (620) 273-6377.  Direct Support Workers need to call the Health Department as soon as possible to make an appointment to receive the vaccine. Be sure to tell them that you are a Community Based Long Term Support Worker. Consumers are able to be put on the list for phase two by contacting the health department or completing this survey.

Coffey County:  To sign up for the vaccine call 620-364-8631 or complete the CCHD’s COVID-19 vaccination waitlist on this website.

Cowley County:  Currently making a list of seniors and people with disabilities – call (620) 221-1430.  Bring your ID and/or proof of residency.

Elk County:  Call the Health Department at (620) 374-2277 to get on list. DSW’s and consumers are Phase 2. Bring your ID if you have one.

Greenwood County:  Call the Health Department at (620) 583-6632 to get on list.  You will need to provide proof of residence.

Linn County:  Call the Health Department at (913) 352-6640 to provide your information and be added to the list.  The Health Department will then mail a permission slip and call them to schedule an appointment when they receive the vaccine.  The Facebook page also contains vaccination information.

Lyon County:  Lyon County is currently vaccinating eligible individuals in Phase 1 and persons age 65 and older (Phase 2).  See the Lyon County Health Department Facebook page or call (620) 208-3741 for the next steps for vaccination scheduling.  When vaccine supply becomes available for eligible individuals according to Phase 2 KDHE guidelines, patients over 65 years of age will begin to be contacted by their primary care provider’s office with further direction for vaccination. Currently, there is no need for a patient to call their doctor’s office.  The individual receiving the vaccine should bring their ID to the appointment. More information will be given to individuals receiving the vaccine once their appointment is scheduled.

Marion County:  Call the Health Department at (620) 382-2550 to get on list. CMS designated workers are eligible now as well as persons 65 or older. Bring your ID and/or proof of residency.

Miami County:  Call 913-294-2431 for information.

Morris County:  Call 620-767-5175 to be placed on the waiting list.

Osage County:  All persons interested should call (785) 828-3117 to be placed on the waiting list.

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