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 placed on a waiting list to get an appointment.

  • If you are in Phase 1c and are a resident of Bath County and want to be placed on a waiting list 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 placed on the list.

  • If you are 70 years of age or older and are a resident of Morgan County and want to be placed on a waiting list to get vaccinated for Covid-19 at the Morgan County Health Department please call 606-743-3744.

  • If you are 70 years of age or older and are a resident of Elliott County and want to be placed on a waiting list 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 placed on the list.

  • If you are 70 years of age or older and are a resident of Bath County and want to be placed on a waiting list 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 placed on the list.

  • If you are 70 years of age or older and are a resident of Rowan County and want to be placed on a waiting list to get vaccinated for Covid-19 please register on St. Claire's website and you will be scheduled for vaccination either at St. Claire's clinic or at the Rowan County Health Department.

  • If you are 70 years of age or older and are a resident of Menifee County and want to be placed on a waiting list to get vaccinated for Covid-19 at the health department please call the Menifee County Health Department at 768-2151 OR click HERE, enter your information and click Submit and you will be placed on the list.

  •  If you are a healthcare worker or first responder that works in Bath, Elliott, Menifee, Morgan, or Rowan County and that works more than 50% of your time in one of our five counties you may click the appropriate link below, fill out the electronic form and click Submit. This will place you on a waiting list to get an appointment and we will contact you to schedule an appointment or notify you to call the health department to make an appointment.  The Non-Hospital Healthcare Worker Pre-scheduling form and the First Responder pre-scheduling forms will expire January 31 and we will re-evaluate the use of these forms as a scheduling method. Once you have been scheduled for vaccination, please also take a moment to download, print, and fill out the forms in the Covid Vaccination Packet and bring them with you on the date of your scheduled vaccination.  Completion of the registration form will help us speed up the vaccination process by saving a lot of time spent doing paperwork instead of giving vaccinations.  Please note that we will only have a limited number of doses.  Completion of the pre-scheduling forms below does not guarantee that you will be scheduled for vaccination at this time!  

Covid Vaccination Packet - Once you have an appointment you may download and print the documents below. Please read all three carefully and complete the Patient Demographics section, and the Facility Type/Occupation section on Form 1. Please read the HIPAA statement (Form 3) and sign that you have read it.  Bring all three with you to your appointment.  This is not required but would help us serve you faster.

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.