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If you need assistance with scheduling an appointment, please call 855-598-2246.

Text your zip code to GETVAX - 438829 to receive three vaccine locations near you. Text VACUNA - 822862 for Spanish.


Shot at a Million

Team Kentucky’s SHOT AT A MILLION provides a great incentive to Kentuckians to get their shot of hope: a COVID-19 vaccine! The drawings also raise awareness of how Kentuckians can obtain an appointment for one of the safe and effective vaccines.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Dashboard & Data

View the Kentucky Covid-19 Vaccine Dashboard for vaccine data and interactive map.

Vaccine Provider Guidance

Kentucky’s guidance and resources for vaccine providers.

Pursuant to FDA and CDC guidance on April 23, 2021 vaccinators in KY may resume administration of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine consistent with the Johnson & Johnson FDA Emergency Use Authorization (EUA).


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COVID-19 Vaccine

The COVID-19 Hotline (800) 722-5725 can answer general COVID-19 vaccine questions. 

The Kentucky Department for Public Health (KDPH) supports Governor Andy Beshear’s prioritization of health care as a basic human right and believes every Kentucky family deserves to see a doctor and receive treatment. 

Recognizing that COVID-19-related deaths currently rank third among causes of death in Kentucky, KDPH is planning for the equitable distribution of a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine that will advance Governor Beshear’s healthcare priority. Vaccine distribution details, including the number of doses and allocation plan, are expected to change frequently. Please visit this page for regular updates.

Guidance for COVID-19 Quarantine for Vaccinated Persons 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention