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Safe and Effective COVID-19 Vaccines are Available Near You

Vaccines are helping to revive St. Louis County. They are keeping people healthy and out of the hospital, and allowing local businesses to reopen. Learn more about COVID-19 vaccines and where you can get yours today.

Walk-In Locations

Don’t Wait – Get Vaccinated Today

Free vaccines are now available for walk-ups at national pharmacies like Walgreens and CVS.You can also schedule appointments at certain locations at your convenience. Get started with your preferred pharmacy, or enter your zip code to view vaccine sites near you.

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St. Louis County Vaccines Sites & Events

Find a Vaccination Site or Event in Your Neighborhood

The St. Louis County Department of Public Health is sponsoring free and convenient vaccine sites all over the county. Most welcome walk-ups, and many allow you to schedule an appointment at your convenience. If you need a free ride, you can call DPH at (314) 615 - 2660. Click on the map below or enter your zipcode to view where you can get vaccinated.

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Second Dose Appoinments

Need a Second Dose?

When possible, you should get your second vaccine dose from the same location where you got your first. Walk-ups are welcome – just remember to bring your vaccine card as proof of getting your first shot.

Pfizer Second Dose Appointment

There should be at least 21 days between Pfizer vaccine doses

Moderna Second Dose Appointment

There should be at least 28 days between Moderna vaccine doses

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Booster Shots

Learn More About Booster Shots

For some who received the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine, the CDC now recommends a booster dose of the Pfizer vaccine for people who are 6+ months past their last shot.

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Homebound Vaccination Program

Know somebody homebound that needs to get vaccinated?

The Department of Public Health offers homebound vaccination in collaboration with fire department and emergency services partners. Since its launch, the program has vaccinated nearly 1,500 homebound patients countywide. If you know someone who is homebound and would like to be vaccinated, call to learn more about the program. DPH uses federal criteria to determine eligibility.

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Gift Cards

Get gift cards for getting vaccinated!

To encourage residents of Saint Louis County to protect themselves against COVID-19, you can now receive a $100 grocery card and a $50 gas card for getting your shot at a DPH vaccine event.

Minor Consent Form

Under Age 18?

If you are a minor, you or your parent/guardian will need to print and fill out a Minor Consent Form in order to get your COVID-19 vaccine.

Minor Consent Form

Under Age 18?

If you are a minor, you or your parent/guardian will need to print and fill out a Minor Consent Form in order to get your COVID-19 vaccine.

Minor Consent Form

Under Age 18?

If you are a minor, you or your parent/guardian will need to print and fill out a Minor Consent Form in order to get your COVID-19 vaccine.

Get The Facts Videos

Hear Why Other St. Louis CountyResidents Got Vaccinated

More than one million doses have already been given out in St. Louis County so far! Hear folks from around the County explain why they chose to get vaccinated:

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Covid-19 Vaccine Info

What You Need to Know About the Covid-19 Vaccine

By getting vaccinated, you’ll be helping St. Louis County kids return to school, businesses to continue to thrive, and our families to gather safely and stress-free.Still have questions? Get the facts here:

The vaccine is proven to be safe and effective

The speed of vaccine development was possible because research and data were shared transparently on a scale never attempted before. Every study, and every phase of every trial, was carefully reviewed and approved by the FDA, under both the Trump and Biden administrations. Tens of thousands of people from different races, ages, and genders were included in the trials to make absolutely sure every vaccine is safe.

Vaccines are necessary even if you’ve already had COVID-19

COVID-19 vaccines provide a high degree of protection against becoming seriously ill and dying from the disease. A recent study from the CDC demonstrated that COVID-19 survivors who did NOT get vaccinated were twice as likely to get reinfected, compared to those who had survived an infection and then been vaccinated.

The vaccine is available to everyone, FREE of cost

Everyone will be able to get the vaccine free of cost in St. Louis County. Both walk-up and appointment options are available for all County residents. Many employers are offering paid sick days if you experience any side effects after getting the shot.

More than one million shots have already been given in St. Louis County

Proof that the vaccines are safe and effective is all around us. Hundreds of thousands of people in our community have already been vaccinated, which has dramatically decreased the number of people hospitalized by COVID-19. As new variants continue to spread across Missouri, it’s more important than ever that we all get vaccinated.

Anyone over the age of 12 can receive a vaccine

At first, vaccines were reserved for at-risk populations. In recent months, the CDC has opened eligibility for anyone over the age of 12 to receive the vaccine.

You may experience mild side effects

It is true that the COVID-19 vaccine comes with the possibility of side effects. You may feel tired and feverish, and your arm may be sore after you get your shot.That said, side effects are generally mild and typically last less than 24 hours. Side effects also signify that the vaccine is working.

The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines require two shots, Johnson & Johnson requires one

You need two doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to get the necessary protection from the virus, given 3–4 weeks apart. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine only requires a single shot.