COVID-19 Vaccine Information

 

SCHEDULING AN APPOINTMENT FOR VACCINE

Please do not schedule a vaccine at multiple vaccine sites, as you will prevent another eligible person from receiving the vaccine.  Please check back daily for available appointments.  

 

 

To view vaccine appointments in your area, please visit VaccineFinder.org

NKY HEALTH

NKY Health, in conjunction with our vaccination partners, is actively vaccinating Northern Kentuckians.  NKY Health will focus on vaccinating the most vulnerable populations in Boone, Campbell, Kenton and Grant Counties as other vaccination sites in NKY will focus on individuals who qualify to be in Phase 1c.  All appointments that have been scheduled with NKY Health will remain on schedule.   If you have questions about your appointment that has already been scheduled, please contact us at NKYWebmaster@NKYHealth.org.

 

Northern Kentucky Vaccine Providers

If you have questions or need to cancel, confirm or reschedule an appointment with any of the vaccine providers listed on this page, please contact the provider directly. NKY Health cannot confirm, schedule, cancel or change appointments with other providers and we are unable to answer questions on their behalf.

Kroger Site Scheduling

Walgreens Site Scheduling: You will need to create a Walgreens account to view available appointments

Walmart Site Scheduling

 

Independent Pharmacies:

Very limited vaccine at independent pharmacies

Kenton County

Blanks Pharmacy Site Scheduling

Grant County

Total Care Pharmacy

700 Violet Road
Crittenden, KY
Call to Schedule:  (859) 428-0900

Total Care Pharmacy

40 Broadway St
Dry Ridge, KY
Call to Schedule:  (859) 823-0200

 

Scheduling an Appointment

Northern Kentucky is currently vaccinating people in Phases 1a, 1b and 1c with a priority on individuals 60 and older and those who are 16 and older with high-risk medical conditions that have been identified by the CDC to be at increased risk of severe illness from the virus that causes COVID-19.  If you are eligible for a vaccine, you must schedule an appointment. Please do not show up at a site without an appointment, as you will not be vaccinated.   

You must be a resident of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and able to demonstrate residency consistent with the requirements of KRS 186.010(12) or an individual providing either childcare or healthcare services involving direct care to patients in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.  

  • Residence Verification – “Resident” means any person who has established Kentucky as his or her state of domicile. Proof of residency shall include but not be limited to a deed or property tax bill, utility agreement or utility bill, or rental housing agreement. The possession by an operator of a vehicle of a valid Kentucky operator’s license shall be prima-facie evidence that the operator is a resident of Kentucky.  A passport or military ID with photo will also suffice.  
  • Healthcare Worker Verification – Examples include a badge, a letter from your employer, a pay stub, or other official document.
  • The state is leaving it up to each vaccination provider to determine what they will require for verification of employment as an essential worker.   It can be difficult to tell from each vaccination provider’s website what will be required, however, NKY Health is recommending that people bring with them a form of identification that verifies your employer, such as an employee badge, a letter from your employer, a pay stub, or other official document.

Please do not schedule a vaccine at multiple vaccine sites, as you will prevent another eligible person from receiving the vaccine.  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 vaccinated.
  • If an appointment is scheduled and you do not meet the verifications, you 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. 
  • The COVID-19 Vaccine cannot be given to anyone who has received a vaccine for another illness within a 14 day time period.

 

Vaccine Distribution in Northern Kentucky:

The number of vaccines administered in Northern Kentucky will be posted here on a weekly basis from all Northern Kentucky providers.   Please look at this page for vaccine updates each Monday.

 

The following dates are the projected timeframes of the state, and not created by NKY Health.  These dates are dependent on receipt of sufficient quantities of the vaccine on an ongoing basis.

 

 

 

Phase 1c Classification

CDC HIGH-RISK CONDITIONS FOR PHASE 1C

  • Cancer
  • Chronic Kidney Disease
  • COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)
  • Down Syndrome
  • Heart conditions, such as heart failure, coronary artery disease or cardiomyopathy
  • Immunocompromised state (such as weakened immune system) from solid organ transplant
  • Obesity (body mass over 30%)
  • Severe obesity (body mass over 40%)
  • Pregnancy
  • Sickle cell
  • Type 2 diabetes mellitus

 

Frontline Essential Workers

  • Health Care Personnel
  • First Responders (Firefighters & Police)
  • Corrections
  • Education (Teachers, Support Staff, Daycare)
  • Food & Agriculture
  • Manufacturing
  • U.S. Postal Service Workers
  • Public Transit Workers
  • Grocery Store Workers
  • Childcare Providers

Other Essential Workers

  • Transportation & Logistics
  • Food Service
  • Shelter & Housing (Construction)
  • Finance
  • IT Communications
  • Energy
  • Media
  • Legal
  • Public Safety (Engineers)
  • Water & Wastewater

 

Dr. Saddler and Dr. Tolbert Discuss Vaccines

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

General COVID-19 Vaccine Information

 

For up-to-date information on Kentucky’s COVID-19 vaccination efforts, please visit https://govstatus.egov.com/ky-covid-vaccine