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COVID-19 Resources

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Published: Jan. 16, 2021 at 6:31 PM CST
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TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - See where to get tested and where to get vaccinated for COVID-19.

COVID-19 TESTING

Free statewide testing is available at GoGetTested.com/Kansas

COVID-19 VACCINATION

  • Find my vaccine
  • CDC VaccineFinder
  • Brown County
    • health care workers can email brcovidinfo@nekmulticounty.org
  • Clay County
    • To be added to the countywide vaccination waiting list, call 785-632-3193
  • Coffey County
  • Dickinson County
    • To be added to the countywide vaccination waiting list, call 785-263-4179
  • Doniphan County
  • Douglas County
    • Countywide vaccination interest survey.
    • Health care employers should register employees for vaccination by emailing vaccine@ldchealth.org.
    • Vaccine information
    • For residents without access to a computer, a friend or family member can submit the interest form on their behalf. Individuals can also visit Lawrence Public Library to complete the form online.
    • Residents can also request assistance with the form from the Senior Resource Center by calling 785-842-0543 and leaving a message. Staff will return calls during business hours as quickly as they can in the order calls are received.
  • Franklin County
  • Geary County
  • Jackson County
    • Call the Jackson County Health Department at 785-364-2670 to discuss vaccination options
  • Jefferson County
  • Lyon County
    • Call the Lyon County Health Department at 620-208-3741 to discuss vaccination options
  • Marshall County
    • Call the Marshall County Health Department at 785-562-3485 to discuss vaccination options
  • Morris County
    • To be added to the countywide vaccination waiting list, call 620-767-5175
  • Nemaha County
    • Healthcare workers should all Nemaha County Community Health Services at 785-284-2152 or email nemahakscovid@rainbowtel.net to schedule a vaccination appointment
  • Osage County
  • Pottawatomie County
  • Riley County
  • Shawnee County
  • Wabaunsee County
  • Kansas Department of Health and Environment
  • Veterans
    • The veteran will get an automated call from their vaccination team when the vaccine is available to them. When the veteran answers, they will hear “The Veteran of your household has been identified as eligible to receive the COVID vaccine. This call is to inform you of your options in obtaining the vaccine. If this is not the correct phone number, please press 5 to end this call, all others, please listen carefully to the following options.”
      • Option 1: For those interested in the COVID-19 vaccine and would like to be contacted to schedule an appointment.
      • Option 2: For those not interested in the COVID-19 vaccine and would not like to be contacted to schedule an appointment.
      • Option 3: For those undecided and would like more time to make a decision.

COUNTY COVID-19 INFORMATION

EDUCATE YOURSELF ON COVID-19 VACCINES

https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/hcp/index.html

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

City of Topeka COVID Assistance Programs: https://www.topeka.org/neighborhoodrelations/housing-services/covid-assistance-programs/

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