WelcomeJanuary 22, 2021
We are NO LONGER taking appointments for in-office COVID Vaccinations. WE HAVE HAD OVERWHELMING RESPONSE from those requesting vaccination amongst the 1B priority group (Essential Workers and those aged 65 and older). ALL available appointment slots IN OUR OFFICE have been filled.
BE ALERT for coming information announcing special vaccination clinics in our communities utilizing area providers in partnership. These special vaccination clinics will be starting the week of Feb 1. We will be utilizing a SignUpGenius for you to sign up for appointments at these clinics and will offer a phone number for those without internet access to call to schedule. Those calling in should expect a longer wait. Best option is to use the SignUpGenius coming soon.
BE PATIENT. We will provide vaccination to all who want to receive it, but we are unable to serve everyone at once - this is a marathon not a sprint.
We receive a limited amount of doses on a schedule dictated by others. This supply will determine how many people we can schedule at a time.
"Essential workers" are defined as:
The frontline essential workers designation includes many residents who carry a higher risk of COVID-19 exposure because of their work duties, often because they are unable to work from home, and/or they must work closely to others without being able to socially distance. This includes first responders, education, food and agriculture, manufacturing, corrections workers and inmates, USPS workers, public transit workers, grocery store workers and staff at shelters and day cares.
*PLEASE CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT FOR ALL OTHER SERVICES
The DeWitt/Piatt Bi-County Health Department is a
equal opportunity provider and employer.