COVID-19 Vaccine Information

NKY Health’s Vaccine Clinics/Available Appointments for May 3 – May 24

Appointments are recommended, but walk-ins are accepted. If you have questions about an appointment scheduled at one of the NKY Health vaccine clinics, please email us at


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.

COVID-19 Vaccines for People Aged 16 – 17:

The only vaccine approved for use in individuals under 18 is Pfizer. Currently, St. Elizabeth is offering Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine. To schedule an appointment, please visit:

St. Elizabeth Healthcare Site Scheduling

COVID Vaccine Finder

To view vaccine appointments in your area, please visit

Scheduling an Appointment

Northern Kentuckians aged 16 and above are eligible for a vaccine. 

The only vaccine approved for use in individuals under 18 is Pfizer. 

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:

  • 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 follow regulations and guidance issued by the state and/or the CDC. 
  • You will not be charged for the vaccine. Some partners will bill insurance for an administrative fee.
  • 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:

Starting May 5, 2021, NKY Health has switched over to reporting vaccination data from the state’s data dashboard. The source of the state’s data is the federal vaccination database called Tiberius. This change from the Kentucky Immunizations Registry has been initiated so that the data is reported in a manner consistent with the state’s reports which should help prevent confusion for the public. Please look at this page for vaccine updates each Monday.


For detailed county-level data, please visit the Kentucky COVID-19 Vaccination Dashboard.


Choosing Safer Activities

If you are fully vaccinated, you can start doing many things that you had stopped doing because of the pandemic. When choosing safer activities, consider how COVID-19 is spreading in your community, the number of people participating in the activity and its location.

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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