Vaccinations are provided by a local partnership of HealthPoint Family Care, NKY Health and St. Elizabeth Healthcare. Vaccinations are currently available only for long term care facilities, assisted living facilities, health care personnel, and first responders and individuals who are 70 years and older. If you are eligible for a vaccine, you must schedule an appointment.
Phase 1A – Long-Term Care Facilities, Assisted Living Facilities and Healthcare Staff
Individuals in this phase living and/or working in Boone, Campbell, Grant and Kenton counties may schedule an appointment at any of the vaccine clinic locations listed below. At your appointment please bring the following:
- A state issued ID
- Employment verification – Examples include a badge, a letter from your employer, a pay stub, or other official document.
If you have questions about whether or not you qualify under this phase, please use this list of jobs and types of organizations that are considered healthcare staff.
Phase 1B – Individuals 70 years and older
Individuals in this phase who live in Boone, Campbell, Grant and Kenton counties may schedule an appointment at any of the vaccine clinic locations listed below. At your appointment please bring the following:
- A Kentucky state issued ID
Scheduling an Appointment
NKY Health and HealthPoint will administer the Moderna vaccine. St. Elizabeth will administer Moderna or Pfizer, depending on the supply that is available at that time. Please make sure you have read and understand all of the following information before scheduling an appointment:
- Vaccines are available by appointment only. Walk-Ins will not be permitted as vaccine doses are limited to the individuals who have registered. Those who arrive without a scheduled appointment, will not be able to be vaccinated.
- If an appointment is scheduled and the person does not meet the verifications, they will not receive the vaccine.
- When considering where you will receive your vaccine, remember that your 1st and 2nd dose of the vaccine must be provided by the same organization.
- You must wear a mask at your appointment and remain socially distanced from others.
- If you are positive for COVID-19, you may be vaccinated after you are considered recovered and out of isolation/quarantine. We encourage you to talk to your healthcare provider about when you should receive the vaccine.
- After you receive a vaccination, you must continue to wear appropriate PPE in professional settings and social distancing and masking in personal situations.
- You will not be charged for the vaccine. Some partners will bill insurance for an administrative fee.
- There is not enough vaccine available to distribute to every interested individual in Phases 1A and 1B right now. If you are not able to schedule because appointment slots are no longer available, please continue to check all links, appointment days and times will be opened up as soon as vaccine allotments are available.
- If you are not able to schedule an appointment online, after Tuesday, January 19, 2021 you can call (859) 363-2120 to register.