ST. LOUIS — Last updated on Sept. 20.
All Missouri and Illinois residents who are 12 and older are eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccinations.
Patients who are eligible and interested in receiving the vaccine can make appointments through their local health departments (listed below under Missouri and Illinois sections) or through the health care systems that are part of the St. Louis Metropolitan Pandemic Task Force.
Make appointments through St. Louis area health care system
MERCY: You can make your appointment directly on Mercy's website. Click here to find a clinic in your area. Those who do not have internet access may call 833-364-7777.
SSM HEALTH: Anyone who is interested in getting the vaccine can schedule their own appointment online without an invitation. Patients can make their appointments on SSM Health’s scheduling website.
ST. LUKE'S: The clinic once located at the Chesterfield Mall has closed.
Missouri health departments
Missouri's Department of Health and Senior Services posts vaccine clinic updates on its website covidvaccine.mo.gov. Those without internet access may call the state's hotline, 877-435-8411.
CRAWFORD COUNTY: Call the Crawford County Health Department at 573-775-2555 to schedule an appointment.
FRANKLIN COUNTY: The department posts information on upcoming clinics on its Facebook page. For more information about vaccination, Franklin County residents can call 877-435-8411.
GASCONADE COUNTY: Call the health department at 573-486-3129 for appointments. It will also post updates on upcoming vaccine clinics on its Facebook page.
IRON COUNTY: Those who are interested in getting vaccinated may call the Iron County Health Department at 573-546-7121 or the Iron County Medical Center at 573-546-1260. Follow the county's Facebook page for updates.
JEFFERSON COUNTY: The county uses the state's system for appointments.
PHELPS COUNTY: Follow the Phelps-Maries County Health Department's Facebook page for information about upcoming clinics. The health department has a hotline people may call if they do not have internet access or are unable to register themselves: 888-779-4710.
PIKE COUNTY: To make an appointment for upcoming clinics, call the health department at 573-324-2111 or visit the department's website.
ST. CHARLES COUNTY: The county posts information on upcoming vaccine clinics on its website. Anyone without a working email address or internet access can call the COVID-19 hotline at 636-949-1899 (answered 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday through Friday).
ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY: The county refers residents to the state's website.
ST. LOUIS CITY: The health department posts information on upcoming vaccine clinics on its website. Homebound residents can call 314-612-5918 for an appointment.
The city has partnered with Walgreens and the Regional Health Commission to help organizations host vaccine clinics at their places of worship, schools, or even neighborhood block parties. To fill out a request form, visit the Regional Health Commission's website.
ST. LOUIS COUNTY: Residents can find vaccine clinics and information at revivestl.com.
The Department of Public Health has also partnered with the County Older Residents Program to assist older individuals who may need help. Call 314-615-2660 to speak with staff who can help set up the appointments over the phone. You may also call 314-615-2660 to set up a screening for a homebound vaccination appointment.
Vaccines will also be available at four county library branches. Residents can make appointments or walk in.
- Lewis & Clark, 9909 Lewis-Clark Blvd.
- Natural Bridge, 7606 Natural Bridge Rd.
- Florissant Valley, 195 New Florissant Rd.
- Rock Road, 10267 St. Charles Rock Rd.
STE. GENEVIEVE COUNTY: To make an appointment for an upcoming clinic, call 573-883-7411. Follow the department's Facebook page for updates.
WARREN COUNTY: Visit the health department's website for links and information on how to make an appointment to get vaccinated. Residents may also call 636-456-7474.
Illinois health departments
The state has a map and list of approved vaccinators. Residents who don’t have internet access or need assistance navigating online services can call the Illinois Department of Public Health hotline at 833-621-1284 to book an appointment. The hotline is open 7 days a week from 6 a.m. to midnight, with agents available to speak English and Spanish.
CALHOUN COUNTY: Check the state's website for information on upcoming clinics. If you do not have internet access, call 618-576-2428. The health department asks that those who have friends or family members with no means of transportation and are interested in receiving the vaccine call 618-576-2428. Information on upcoming clinics will also be posted on the county health department's Facebook page.
CLAY COUNTY: Follow the health department's Facebook page for information on upcoming vaccine clinics. If you do not have internet access, call 618-576-2428.
CLINTON COUNTY: Follow the health department's Facebook page for updates on upcoming clinics.
FAYETTE COUNTY: The health department is directing residents to the state's online system to schedule appointments for upcoming vaccine clinics. Those who do not have internet access may call the Fayette County Health Department at 618-283-1044 for help.
JERSEY COUNTY: The health department posts information on upcoming clinics on its Facebook page.
MADISON COUNTY: Open appointment scheduling links can be found at madisonchd.org or on Madison County's Facebook and Twitter accounts. If you need assistance scheduling an appointment, call 618- 692-8954, ext. 2.
MARION COUNTY: Call the health department at 618-548-3878 to schedule an appointment.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY: Those who are interested in receiving the vaccine should call 217-532-2001 Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. You may also email your name, age and phone number to email@example.com. Follow the health department's Facebook page for updates.
RANDOLPH COUNTY: Call the health department at 618-826-5007 to be placed on a waitlist.
ST. CLAIR COUNTY: The county health department has set up a website for COVID-19 and vaccine information. Within the site, there is a link for vaccine registration and notification.
The county has established a COVID-19 call center to assist people with vaccine-related questions and issues. The numbers are 618-825-4447 and 618-509-6010. The call center accepts calls from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
It will also post updates on its Facebook page.
WASHINGTON COUNTY: The health department is working on scheduling appointments for those who are eligible. Call 618-327-3644 for help scheduling an appointment and follow the department's Facebook page for updates.
This story will be updated.