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Week of May 17

The following is Johnson County’s vaccination plan for the week of May 17. This is in accordance with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment Vaccination Plan.

  • Eligible persons (age 12 and older) – JCDHE will provide first doses for those eligible at the Lenexa vaccination site. Appointments at the Lenexa clinic will be 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday (May 18 and 19) and 3 p.m. - 7 p.m., Thursday (May 20). Walk-in hours are available Tuesday and Wednesday (May 18 and 19) from 9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., and Thursday (May 20) from 3 - 6:30 p.m.
    • Children age 15 and younger receiving a COVID-19 vaccination must be accompanied by an adult. A parent/guardian is preferable; however, the parent/guardian may designate a non-parent adult to be present at the time of vaccination if the parent/guardian is unavailable. A signed parental consent form is required.
  • Johnson County hospital systems – AdventHealth, Menorah, Overland Park Regional, Olathe Health, KU-Med and St. Luke’s Hospital are offering vaccinations. Links to their websites are available.
  • Federal Pharmacy Retail Programhttps://vaccinefinder.org for additional information.

JCDHE is taking the following actions to ensure vaccination equity: 

Those with transportation needs: JCDHE will continue to offer transportation to a vaccine clinic for those needing it. This service can be requested by calling 913-715-2819.

  • Homebound population: JCDHE’s Outreach Nurses offer this service. It can be requested by calling 913-715-2819.
  • Vaccinations in homeless shelters, those staying in other shelters and other highly impacted populations: These will continue as needed and will be based on vaccine availability. JCDHE is working with community partners to offer these vaccinations.

JCDHE launched a Community Vaccination Event Request form to request information about having vaccines given onsite.


Week of May 10

The following is Johnson County’s vaccination plan for the week of May 10. This is in accordance with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment Vaccination Plan.

Eligible persons (age 16 and older) – JCDHE will provide first doses for those eligible at the Lenexa vaccination site. Appointments at the Lenexa clinic will be 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday (May 11 and 12) and 3 - 7 p.m., Thursday (May 13). Walk-in hours are available Tuesday and Wednesday (May 11 and 12) from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and Thursday (May 13) from 3 - 6:30 p.m.

Johnson County hospital systems – AdventHealth, Menorah, Overland Park Regional, Olathe Health, KU-Med and St. Luke’s Hospital are offering vaccinations. Links to their websites are available.

Federal Pharmacy Retail Program – vaccinefinder.org for additional information.


Week of May 3

The following is Johnson County’s vaccination plan for the week of May 3. This is in accordance with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment Vaccination Plan.

  • Eligible persons (age 16 and older) – JCDHE will provide first doses for those eligible at the Lenexa vaccination site. Appointments at the Lenexa clinic will be 9 a.m. – 7 p.m., Tuesday through Thursday (May 4-6). Walk in hours are available Saturday (May 1) from 9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., Tuesday and Wednesday (May 4 and 5) from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and Thursday (May 6) from 3-6:30 p.m.
  • Johnson County hospital systems – AdventHealth, Menorah, Overland Park Regional, Olathe Health, KU-Med and St. Luke’s Hospital are offering vaccinations. Links to their websites are available.
  • Federal Pharmacy Retail Program – https://vaccinefinder.org for additional information.

The Johnson & Johnson vaccine distribution has resumed this week for the homebound population in our community.

JCDHE is taking the following actions to ensure vaccination equity:

  • Those with transportation needs. JCDHE will continue to offer transportation to a vaccine clinic for those needing it. This service can be requested by calling 913-715-2819.
  • Homebound population: JCDHE’s Outreach Nurses offer this service. It can be requested by calling 913-715-2819.
  • Vaccinations in homeless shelters, those staying in other shelters and other highly impacted populations will continue as needed and vaccine availability. JCDHE is working with community partners to offer these vaccinations.

JCDHE is automatically scheduling Pfizer second-dose appointments three weeks after the first vaccine and four weeks after the Moderna vaccine for the same day and time. More information is available on our second-dose webpage.

Week of April 26

The following is Johnson County’s vaccination plan for the week of April 26. This is in accordance with the updated Kansas Department of Health and Environment Vaccination Plan. If the allotted doses for next week do not arrive, these plans are subject to change.

  • JCDHE will provide first doses for those eligible at the Lenexa vaccination site. Appointments at the Lenexa clinic will be 9 a.m. – 7 p.m., Tuesday through Thursday (April 27-29), and 9 a.m. – noon, on Saturday (May 1).
  • Walk-in hours are available for first doses from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays through Thursdays. Second doses of the Pfizer vaccine are available on a walk-in basis from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Second doses of the Moderna vaccine are available on a walk-in basis from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursdays. The vaccine facility is located at 15500 W. 108th Street, Lenexa, KS 66219.
  • Johnson County hospital systems – AdventHealth, Menorah, Overland Park Regional, Olathe Health, KU-Med and St. Luke’s Hospital offer vaccinations to those eligible. Links to their websites are available.
  • Federal Pharmacy Retail Program – https://vaccinefinder.org for additional information.

JCDHE will resume distribution of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on April 26 as directed by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. JCDHE currently reserves the J&J vaccine for populations that may have difficulty getting to a vaccination clinic (i.e., homebound, homeless and those living in shelters). Download this KDHE document for more information.


Week of April 19

Anyone who lives or works in Johnson County and is 16 years old or older is now eligible for the vaccine. Schedule a vaccine appointment | En español.

The following is Johnson County’s vaccination plan for the week of April 19, which includes Phases 1 through 5. This is in accordance with the updated Kansas Department of Health and Environment Vaccination Plan. If the allotted doses for next week do not arrive, these plans are subject to change.

  • Phases 1 – 5 – JCDHE will provide first doses for those eligible for Phases 1 -5 at the Lenexa vaccination site. Appointments at the Lenexa clinic will be 9 a.m. – 7 p.m., Tuesday through Thursday (April 20-22), and 9 a.m. – noon, on Saturday (April 24).
  • Johnson County hospital systems – AdventHealth, Menorah, Overland Park Regional, Olathe Health, KU-Med and St. Luke’s Hospital offer vaccinations to those in Phases 1-5. Links to their websites are available.
  • Federal Pharmacy Retail Program – https://vaccinefinder.org for additional information.

Use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine distribution is currently paused, and JCDHE is awaiting guidance from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.


Week of April 12

Anyone who lives or works in Johnson County and is 16 years old or older is now eligible for the vaccine. Schedule a vaccine appointment | En español.

The following is Johnson County’s vaccination plan for the week of April 12, which includes Phases 1 through 5. This is in accordance with the updated Kansas Department of Health and Environment Vaccination Plan. If we do not receive our allotted doses for next week, these plans are subject to change.

  • Phases 1 – 5 – JCDHE will provide first doses for those eligible for Phases 1 -5 at the Lenexa vaccination site. Appointments at the Lenexa clinic will be 9 a.m. – 7 p.m., Tuesday through Thursday (April 13-15), and 9 a.m. – noon, on Saturday (April 17).
  • 65+ population – JCDHE will continue to offer appointments for those age 65 and older.
  • Johnson County hospital systems – AdventHealth, Menorah, Overland Park Regional, Olathe Health, KU-Med and St. Luke’s Hospital are offering vaccinations to those in Phases 2-5. These hospital systems are also vaccinating staff in higher education. Links to their websites are available here.
  • Federal Pharmacy Retail Program – vaccinefinder.org for additional information

Week of April 5

The following is Johnson County’s vaccination plan for the week of April 5, which includes Phases 1 through 5 and focuses on those in Phases 1 and 2 who have not received their vaccine yet. This is in accordance with the updated Kansas Department of Health and Environment Vaccination Plan. If we do not receive our allotted doses for next week, these plans are subject to change.

  • Phases 1 – 5 – JCDHE will provide first doses for those eligible for Phases 1-5 at the Lenexa vaccination site. Anyone in Phases 1-5 who has not completed a previous survey is encouraged to complete the All Phases vaccine interest survey.  Appointments at the Lenexa clinic will be 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday (April 6-8), from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. on Friday (April 9) and 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Saturday (April 10).
  • Anyone in Phase 1 and 2 still needing their first vaccine, please complete the all-phases survey, and you will be contacted to make an appointment as vaccine appointments are available.
  • 65+ population – JCDHE will continue to offer appointments for those age 65 and older.
  • Johnson County hospital systems – AdventHealth, Menorah, Overland Park Regional, Olathe Health, KU-Med and St. Luke’s Hospital are offering vaccinations to those in Phases 2 -5. These hospital systems are also vaccinating staff in higher education. Links to their websites are available.
  • K-12 public and private school staff and day care providers – Vaccinations in this group finished with their second dose through Children’s Mercy. New staff or those who did not receive a vaccine should ask their school or district administration for information.
  • Federal Pharmacy Retail Program – see jocogov.org/covid-19-vaccine/how-do-I-get-a-vaccine for additional information.

Week of March 29

In accordance with the most recent communication from the Governor’s Office, Johnson County will include those in phase 5 starting Monday, March 29. Everyone 16 and older who lives or works in Johnson County will be eligible to receive the vaccine.

Currently, 75% (67,682) of residents 65 or older have had at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose, and 39% (35,608) are fully immunized. JCDHE expects to receive 19,720 first doses of vaccine next week, the most we have received for a week.

The following is Johnson County's vaccination plan for the week of March 29, which includes Phases 1 through 5 and focuses on those in Phases 1 and 2 who have not received their vaccine yet. JCDHE follows the Kansas Department of Health and Environment Vaccination Plan. If we do not receive our allotted doses for next week, these plans are subject to change.

  • Phases 1 – 5 – JCDHE will provide first doses for those eligible for Phases 1 -5 at the Lenexa vaccination site. Anyone in Phases 1-5 who has not completed a previous survey is encouraged to complete the All Phases vaccine interest survey.
  • Anyone in Phase 1 still needing their first or second dose, please complete the all-phases survey, and you will be contacted to make an appointment as vaccine appointments are available.
  • All categories in Phase 2 (first and second doses) – including grocery store workers, restaurant/bar workers and bus/transportation workers are eligible for vaccination. For a full list of those in Phase 2, please see jocogov.org/covid-19-vaccine/what-phase-am-I-in
  • 65+ population – JCDHE will continue to offer appointments for those age 65 and older. This includes people 80 and older who still need to be vaccinated. A text/email poll was sent to those 65+. Those who responded that they are not vaccinated were targeted to receive information about making an appointment.
  • Johnson County hospital systems – AdventHealth, Menorah, Overland Park Regional, Olathe Health, KU-Med and St. Luke’s Hospital are offering vaccinations to those in Phases 2, 3, 4 and 5. These hospital systems are making plans to vaccinate staff in higher education. Links to their websites are available.
  • K-12 public and private school staff and daycare providers – Vaccinations in this group will be finished next week with their second dose through Children’s Mercy at various locations. Eligible staff should receive information from their school or district administration.
  • Federal Pharmacy Retail Program – see jocogov.org/covid-19-vaccine/how-do-I-get-a-vaccine for additional information.

JCDHE is taking the following actions to ensure vaccination equity:

  • Those with transportation needs: This week, JCDHE offered transportation to a vaccine clinic for those needing it and will continue to provide these opportunities.
  • Homebound population – JCDHE’s Outreach Nurses will continue to visit residents who are homebound to vaccinate them. This service can be requested in the online interest survey.
  • Vaccinations in homeless shelters, those staying in other shelters and other highly impacted populations will continue as needed. JCDHE is partnering with United Community Services, Health Partnership Clinic, Salvation Army, Safehome, Project 1020 and others.
  • Vaccinations of residents who have an intellectual or developmental disability have begun. JCDHE is working with Johnson County Developmental Supports and Heartland Homecare Services.

Week of March 22

The following is Johnson County’s vaccination plan for the week of March 22, which focuses on those remaining in Phases 1 and 2, and adds Phases 3 and 4. This is in accordance with the updated Kansas Department of Health and Environment Vaccination Plan. If we do not receive our allotted doses for next week, these plans are subject to change.

  • New online survey – this survey combines all phases. Anyone in Phases 1-4 who has not completed a previous survey is encouraged to complete the new All Phases vaccine interest survey. 
  • The new location for vaccination clinics, in Lenexa, will be available beginning March 22
  • Anyone in Phase 1 still needing their first or second dose can make an appointment online for a vaccine clinic as appointments are available.
  • All categories in Phase 2 (first and second doses) – including grocery store workers, restaurant/bar workers and bus/transportation workers are eligible for vaccination. For a full list of those in Phase 2, please see jocogov.org/covid-19-vaccine/what-phase-am-I-in
  • 65+ population – JCDHE will continue to offer appointments for those age 65 and older. This includes people 80 and older who still need to be vaccinated. A text/email poll was sent to those 65+. Those who responded that they are not vaccinated will be targeted to receive information about making an appointment.
  • Johnson County hospital systems – AdventHealth, Menorah, Overland Park Regional, Olathe Health, KU-Med and St. Luke’s Hospital are offering vaccinations to those in Phases 2, 3 and 4. These hospital systems are making plans to vaccinate staff in higher education. Links to their websites are available.
  • K-12 public and private school staff and daycare providers – These individuals will continue to be vaccinated with their second dose through Children’s Mercy next week at various locations. Eligible staff should receive information from their school or district administration.
  • Federal Pharmacy Retail Program – see jocogov.org/covid-19-vaccine for additional information.

Week of March 15

The following is Johnson County’s vaccination plan for the week of March 15, which focuses on Phases 1 and 2. If we do not receive our allotted doses for next week, these plans are subject to change.

  • The remaining categories in Phase 2 – including grocery store workers, restaurant/bar workers and bus/transportation workers. For a full list of those in Phase 2, please see https://jocogov.org/covid-19-vaccine/what-phase-am-I-in
  • Johnson County hospital systems – AdventHealth, Menorah, Overland Park Regional, Olathe Health, KU-Med, St. Luke’s Hospital are offering vaccinations to those in phase 2. Links to their websites are available here.
  • 65+ population – JCDHE will continue to offer appointments to those age 65 and older. This includes people 80 and older who still need to be vaccinated.
  • K-12 public and private school staff and daycare providers – These individuals will continue to be vaccinated through Children’s Mercy next week at various locations. Eligible staff should receive information from their school or district administration. Vaccinations for first doses are close to being completed.
  • Federal Pharmacy Retail Program – began mid-February, additional information.

“Our vaccination plans focus on getting vaccines into arms as quickly as possible,” said Dr. Sanmi Areola, director of Johnson County Department of Health and Environment. “Our goal is that all adults who want a vaccine, have access to the COVID-19 vaccine, no matter their situation.”

JCDHE is taking the following actions to ensure vaccination equity:

  • Those with transportation needs: This week, JCDHE continued to assess those who need transportation and will provide a vaccination clinic next week for about people in the 65 and older age group.
  • Homebound population – JCDHE’s Outreach Nurses will continue to visit residents who are homebound to vaccinate them. This service can be requested in the online interest survey.
  • Vaccinations in homeless shelters, those staying in other shelters and other highly impacted populations began this week and will continue as needed. JCDHE is partnering with United Community Services, Health Partnership Clinic, Salvation Army, Safehome, Project 1020, and others.
  • Vaccinations of residents who have an intellectual or developmental disability are set to begin. JCDHE is working with Johnson County Developmental Supports and Heartland Homecare Services.

Week of March 8

Johnson County Department of Health and Environment is focused on providing vaccinations for some of our county’s vulnerable populations, including those who are homebound, without a permanent home or have a disability.

“Our vaccination plans focus on equity and fairness,” said Dr. Sanmi Areola, director of Johnson County Department of Health and Environment. “It is imperative that all adults have access to the COVID-19 vaccine, no matter their situation.”

JCDHE is taking the following actions to ensure vaccination equity:

  • Those with transportation needs: This week, JCDHE provided transportation for around a dozen people in the 80 and older age group who needed assistance getting to one of our clinics.
  • Homebound population – JCDHE’s Outreach Nurses will visit residents who are homebound to vaccinate them over the next few weeks.
  • Vaccinations in homeless shelters, those staying in other shelters and other highly impacted populations will begin next week. JCDHE is partnering with United Community Services, Health Partnership Clinic, Salvation Army, Safehome, Project 1020, and others.
  • Vaccinations of residents that have an intellectual or developmental disability are set to begin. JCDHE is working with Johnson County Developmental Supports and Heartland Homecare Services.

The following is Johnson County’s vaccination plan for the week of March 8. If we do not receive our allotted doses for next week, these plans are subject to change.

  • 65+ population – JCDHE will continue to offer appointments for those age 65 and older. This includes people 80 and older who still need to get vaccinated. Johnson County hospital systems – AdventHealth, Menorah, Overland Park Regional, Olathe Health, KU-Med, St. Luke’s Hospital are offering vaccinations. Visit their websites for more information.
  • K-12 public and private school staff and daycare providers – These individuals will continue to be vaccinated through Children’s Mercy next week at various locations. Eligible staff should receive information from their school or district administration. Vaccinations for this group are very close to being completed.
  • Health care workers who missed their first dose – For health care workers who need their first dose, please complete the survey to assess the number of people in this category.
  • Federal Pharmacy Retail Program – began mid-February, see jocogov.org/covid-19-vaccine for additional information.

Week of March 1

JCDHE has changed its process for second dose appointments. JCDHE is automatically scheduling second dose appointments exactly three weeks after the first vaccine at the same time and location. More information is available on our second dose webpage.

The following is Johnson County’s vaccination plan for the week of March 1. If we do not receive our allotted doses for next week, these plans are subject to change.

  • 65+ population – JCDHE will offer appointments for those age 65 and older starting Wednesday, March 3. This includes people 80 and older who still need to get vaccinated. Johnson County hospital systems – AdventHealthMenorah Medical Center, Overland Park Regional, Overland Park Regional, KU Med, St. Luke's Hospital are offering vaccinations. Go to their websites for more information.
  • K-12 public and private school staff and daycare providers – These individuals will continue to be vaccinated through Children’s Mercy next week at various locations. Eligible staff should receive information from their school or district administration. Additional clinics for daycare center staff and home childcare providers who completed the county’s interest survey have been scheduled.
  • Independent Living Facilities – JCDHE is working with Hy-Vee and Auburn pharmacy to provide vaccinations to 1,900 people in 27 independent living facilities.
  • Federal Pharmacy Retail Program – This began last week, see jocogov.org/covid-19-vaccine for additional information.
  • Health care workers and anyone in the Phase 2 Tier 1 categories who missed their first dose – These individuals can make an appointment at any available vaccination clinic. 

People eligible for Phase 2 should take the county’s interest form if they haven’t yet. They will receive a follow-up email or phone call from the county on how to book an appointment when doses become available for them. We are regularly monitoring our data to ensure that everyone who takes this survey is being contacted when they are eligible for an appointment.


Week of Feb. 22

By the end of today, Friday, Feb. 19, 2021, Johnson County Department of Health and Environment will have vaccinated more than 50,000 people either at its own clinics or through our health care system partners. Progress includes vaccinating nearly 40 percent of our county’s educators and school staff. In addition, results from an informal JCDHE survey indicate that all of our county’s Long-Term Care Facilities have received their first and second doses as part of the Federal Pharmacy Program.

The following is Johnson County’s vaccination plan for the week of Feb. 22. However, it should be noted that we still have not received next week’s doses due weather delays. If we do not receive our allotted doses for next week, these plans are subject to change.

  • Health care workers – JCDHE continues to schedule healthcare workers whose second doses are due for appointments next week. Appointments are being scheduled via a unique link.
  • 80+ population – The county will provide limited appointments for first and second doses to this group next week. People in this age group must please complete the interest form. Those who have successfully completed the county’s interest form and have not been vaccinated will receive a follow-up email or phone call from the county on how to book an appointment. We are regularly monitoring our data to ensure that everyone who takes this survey is being contacted when they are eligible for an appointment.
  • 65+ population - Johnson County hospital systems – Advent Health, Menorah, Overland Park Regional, Olathe Health, KU-Med, St. Luke’s Hospital are offering vaccinations. Go to their websites for more information.
  • K-12 public and private school staff and daycare providers – These individuals will continue to be vaccinated through Children’s Mercy next week at various locations. Eligible staff should receive information from their school or district administration. Additional clinics for daycare center staff and home childcare providers who completed the county’s interest survey have been scheduled.
  • Independent Living Facilities – JCDHE is working with Hy-Vee and Auburn pharmacy to provide vaccinations to 1900 people in 27 independent living facilities.
  • Federal Pharmacy Retail Program – Began this week, See jocogov.org/covid-19-vaccine/how-do-I-get-a-vaccine for additional information.
  • Anyone in the Tier 1 categories who missed their first dose – These individuals can make an appointment at any available vaccination clinic.

Week of Feb. 15

By the end of today, Johnson County Department of Health and Environment will have vaccinated more than 43,000 people either at its own clinics or through our health care system partners. JCDHE received 6,825 doses from the state to be used next week. Dr. Sanmi Areola, director of JCDHE, announced on Feb. 11 at the regular meeting of the Johnson County Board of County Commissioners the following vaccination plans for the week of Feb. 15:

  • Health care workers – JCDHE reached out to more than 6,800 people whose second doses are due for appointments next week. Appointments are being scheduled via a unique link.
  • 80+ population – The county will provide second doses to this group next week. JCDHE contacted more than 4,500 people to make appointments to attend vaccine clinics next Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. People in this age group should complete the interest form. Those who have successfully completed the county’s interest form and have not been vaccinated will receive a follow-up email or phone call from the county on how to book an appointment. We are regularly monitoring our data to ensure that everyone who takes this survey is being contacted when they are eligible for an appointment.
  • 65+ population – Johnson County hospital systems – Advent Health, Menorah, Overland Park Regional, Olathe Health, KU-Med, St. Luke’s Hospital are offering vaccinations. Go to their websites for more information.
  • K-12 public and private school staff and daycare providers – These individuals will continue to be vaccinated through Children’s Mercy next week at various locations. Eligible staff should receive information from their school or district administration. Saturday is a clinic for daycare center staff and home childcare providers who completed the county’s interest survey.
  • Independent Living Facilities – JCDHE is working with Hy-Vee and Auburn pharmacy to provide vaccinations to 1900 people in 27 independent living facilities.
  • Heart to Heart International – JCDHE has finalized an agreement with Heart to Heart to assist in the coordination of volunteers. hearttoheart.org/vaccination-effort/ 
  • Anyone in the Tier 1 categories who missed their first dose – these individuals can make an appointment at any available vaccination clinic.

Week of Feb. 8

Dr. Sanmi Areola, director of the Department of Health and Environment, announced on Feb. 5 at the regular meeting of the Johnson County Board of County Commissioners the following vaccination plans for the week of Feb. 8:

  • Beginning today, when people take the interest survey, they will receive a confirmation email that it was successfully completed. This is an improvement we are making based on community feedback.
  • Health care workers – JCDHE is reaching out today to 3,800 people whose second doses are due for appointments next week. Appointments are being scheduled via a unique link.
  • 80+ population - The county will continue vaccinating persons in this category. The majority of those contacted this week and next will be vaccinated at clinics next week on Wednesday and Thursday. Please complete the interest form. Those who have successfully completed the county’s interest form and have not been vaccinated will receive a follow-up email or phone call from the county on how to book an appointment. We are regularly monitoring our data to ensure that everyone who takes this survey is being contacted when they are eligible for an appointment.
  • 65+ population - Johnson County hospital systems – Advent Health, Menorah, Overland Park Regional, Olathe Health, KU-Med, St. Luke’s Hospital are beginning vaccinations. Go to their websites for more information.
  • K-12 public and private school staff and daycare providers – These individuals will continue to be vaccinated through Children’s Mercy next week at various locations. Eligible staff should receive information from their school or district administration. Next Saturday will be a clinic for daycare center staff and home child care providers who completed the county’s interest survey.
  • First responders (fire, police and Sheriff’s Office) – The last clinic for this group will be held on Monday.
  • Anyone in the Tier 1 categories who missed their dose – These individuals can make an appointment at any available vaccination clinic.

Week of Feb. 4

The following is an update of the vaccination plans for the week of Feb. 1:

  • JCDHE is vaccinating first responders (fire, police and Sheriff’s Office), health care workers who are due for their second dose and a portion of those 80 and older who have already taken the interest survey.
  • For the 65+ population, to start with, JCDHE has provided vaccine to KU Med, Olathe Health or AdventHealth health care systems. These health systems will book appointments based upon vaccine availability, but do not call for an appointment. You will be contacted by them.
  • Children’s Mercy is vaccinating K-12 public school special education staff and Kansas School for the Deaf staff. Eligible staff should receive information from their school or district administration.

Those 80 and older who have successfully completed the county’s interest form and have not been vaccinated will receive a follow-up email or phone call from the county on how to book an appointment. We are regularly monitoring our data to ensure that everyone who takes this survey is being contacted when they are eligible for an appointment.

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