Covid-19 Vaccination Information 

Please check this page often for the latest announcements and information about the Covid-19 vaccine and signing up to be vaccinated for Covid-19.

  • If you are a resident of Bath County and want to get vaccinated for Covid-19 at the Bath County Health Department please call 606-674-2731 or click HERE, enter your information and click Submit and you will be contacted to schedule your appointment.

  • If you are a resident of Elliott County and want to get vaccinated for Covid-19 at the Elliott County Health Department please call 606-738-5205 or click HERE, enter your information and click Submit and you will be contacted to schedule your appointment.  Discount Drug Mart also offers vaccinations.

  • If you are a resident of Menifee County and want to be vaccinated for Covid-19 at the Menifee County Health Department, please call 768-2151 OR click HERE, enter your information and click Submit and you will be contacted to schedule your appointment. Frenchburg Pharmacy also offers vaccinations.

  • If you are a resident of Rowan County and want to be placed on a waiting list to get vaccinated for Covid-19 please call 606-784-8954 or click HERE, enter your information and click Submit and you will be contacted for an appointment. Additional locations include St. Claire, Walgreens, Kroger, Total Care Pharmacy, and Wal-Mart 

  • If you are a resident of Morgan County and want to get vaccinated for Covid-19 at the Morgan County Health Department please call 606-743-3744. Morgan County ARH also offers vaccinations.

Latest Information and Recommendations

 
  • Moderna recommends a 14 period before or after receiving Moderna vaccine for Covid 19 prior to or after having any other vaccinations.  

  • If you have received monoclonal antibody or convalescent plasma as part of treatment for Covid-19 Moderna recommends waiting a period of 90 days before receiving a Moderna vaccination for Covid-19.

  • Gateway District Health Department is following guidance provided by the Kentucky Department for Public Health to determine who is eligible for the first doses of vaccine.  If a health department has leftover doses after vaccinating in Phase 1a they are encouraged to offer those extra doses to Phase 1b.  

  • The CDC has issued guidance to the states about how to prioritize who receives the first doses of vaccine.  States are able to alter the guidance to some extent.  The priority groups are divided into Phases.  Here are the current phases as determined by the state of Kentucky:

  • Phase 1a - Long term care facilities, assisted living facilities, healthcare personnel.  Hospitals have received a supply of doses that they have used to vaccinate their workers.  The federal government has contracted with CVS and Walgreens to provide vaccinations to nursing homes.

  • Phase 1b - First responders, anyone over the age of 70, K-12 school personnel.

  • Phase 1c - Anyone over the age of 60, anyone older than 16 with CDC highest risk Covid-19 risk conditions, all essential workers.

  • Phase 2 - Anyone over the age of 40.

  • Phase 3 - Anyone over the age of 16

  • Phase 4 - Children under the age of 16 if the vaccine is approved for this age group.

For Individuals