Wichita, Kansas 2021-01-22 14:41:34 –
Wichita, Kansas (KSNW) – The Sedgwick County Health Department has stated that all vaccination appointments available to residents aged 83 and over are reserved.
If there is a cancellation, or if more vaccines are provided by the Department of Health, the appointment will be resumed.
The county does not schedule more reservations than available vaccines.
If you make a reservation, please wait at least 45 minutes before following the steps below.
|Step||Residents over 83||Healthcare workers – first dose|
|1. Schedule a reservation||Online: Schedule bookings, fill out online surveys,[次へ]Click to bring the printed vaccine voucher to your booking. Phone: Call (316) 660-1029 to make a reservation. Please fill out the questionnaire at the site when making a reservation. If you have questions about your condition or how the vaccine interacts with the medication you are taking, contact your healthcare provider.|
|2. Make a reservation||Identification, driver’s license, or birth certificate to verify your age Dispens Assist Form / Voucher if scheduled online||Current physician license / certification ID badge indicating HCAW Group and employment in Sedgwick County. If the HCAW does not have a badge, a statement regarding your current wallet card, current pay slip, or current employment in your employer’s letterhead will also be accepted.Dispens Assist Form / Voucher if scheduled online|
|3. At the time of booking||Check in, fill out the questionnaire (if you didn’t do it before arrival) and receive the vaccine.|
|4. After vaccination||Stay at the site in the observation area for at least 15-30 minutes.|
If you have questions about your condition or how the vaccine interacts with the medication you are taking, contact your healthcare provider before booking your vaccine.
For general questions regarding the COVID-19 vaccine, please continue to send to (316) 660-1022. This line is not for scheduling appointments.
As more vaccines are received, the Sedgwick County Health Department will vaccinate more people under the guidance of the CDC, KDHE, and Dr. Garold Mins, Sedgwick County Health Officer. The vaccination schedule is designed to give everyone who wants to be vaccinated the opportunity. Implementation of the vaccination schedule depends on the manufacturing and distribution schedule from the vaccine provider. The county does not schedule more reservations than available vaccines. Updated information is available online here.
Sedgwick County COVID-19 vaccine phase 2 appointments booked at this time Source link Sedgwick County COVID-19 vaccine phase 2 appointments booked at this time