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Find mass vaccination events for St. Louis County residents each week:Mass vaccination sites
Find local sites offering individual appointments:Individual Appointments
Reach out to a volunteer who can help you schedule a vaccination:Vaccine Shark Intake Form
New resources for COVID-19 vaccinations are popping up almost daily, and it can be hard to figure out all of the options. Each individual may need to start at a different point, depending on:
- Your ability to travel to a vaccination site.
- Your comfort level with computers.
- Which vaccine you wish to receive (for example, Johnson and Johnson is a single dose, while Pfizer and Moderna require two doses; Pfizer is the only vaccine approved for ages 16-18).
But the good news is that vaccinations are now open to everyone age 16 and older in Missouri! Many sites offer walk-in appointments without pre-registration, no ID needed.
Mass vaccination events sponsored by local organizations are not always included on state and national maps, so 24:1 residents should continue to pre-register through local healthcare providers.
In addition, the Missouri Vaccinator Map lists sites like clinics and pharmacies that are offering individual vaccination appointments.
If you prefer to fill out a paper form to pre-register with a local healthcare provider or pharmacy, please contact your city hall. The 24:1 Municipal Partnership is assisting those who don’t have internet access by providing paper sign-up forms.
Appointments are currently available at Affinia Healthcare for people 65 years old and older who live in the 63114, 63121, or 63133 zipcodes (as well as St. Louis City). To schedule a vaccination or add your name to the waiting list registry, visit https://affiniahealthcare.org/covid-19/.
If you are 40 years of age or older and have chronic conditions listed under Missouri’s vaccine distribution plan, you can enter your information in the Affinia Healthcare waiting list registry. Qualifying chronic conditions include cancer, chronic kidney disease, COPD, heart condition, weakened immune system due to transplant, severe obesity (BMI over 40), pregnancy, sickle cell, type 2 diabetes, intellectual or developmental disability.
Appointments are also available starting April 9 through the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis for people ages 60+ or for those ages 50+ with a pre-existing health condition. The Missouri Army National Guard will be providing the Johnson and Johnson single-dose vaccine. To schedule, call 314-337-3683
Residents age 60 and above who are physically unable to leave their home or who would have difficulty traveling to a vaccination site due to mobility limitations can receive the vaccine in their home through the Area Agencies on Aging. Please visit https://covidvaccine.mo.gov/seniors to sign up yourself or a loved one or call 877-612-5918.
Missouri has set up a website that lists mass vaccination events in the state’s nine regions, including sites that are open to St. Louis County residents.
Each week, the website will highlight the locations, times, and dates of events hosted by the Missouri Department of Health and Human Services and the Missouri National Guard. It also includes sign-up details or says if registrations are full for that site.
St. Louis County and the rest of east-central Missouri are in Region C. Please note that these mass vaccination events may take place outside St. Louis County.
For the best chance of getting a timeslot, visit the site early in the week, as soon as the events are posted.
Vaccination openings at major national pharmacy companies are listed at www.vaccinespotter.org/MO. It’s a great resource for up-to-the-minute appointment availability
The website https://vaccinefinder.org is a popular resource for finding childhood and travel immunizations. It is in the process of adding COVID-19 vaccination sites to its map.
Limited information for Missouri is available now, with more coming soon.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers information about the safety of COVID-19 vaccines—and invites the public to submit reports of side effects—at http://vsafe.cdc.gov.
It also tracks the progress of vaccinations across the entire U.S.