Laboratory testing and cases of COVID-19 are no longer reportable to KDHE or your local health department; however, clusters or outbreaks remain reportable, and testing partners should continue to send COVID-19 results. Read on...
Many vaccine providers in Kansas have been added to the tool and more will be added as they become available. Click the 'Find Vaccines' button to access Vaccines.gov in English or haz clic para español.
How do I get my vaccine?
If you or your child is eligible and you see a location near you on Vaccines.gov, please contact the vaccine provider to confirm the following:
Location-specific eligibility. Not all providers are vaccinating all ages.
Vaccine availability. Are first doses available?
Location & Hours
Follow the provider’s instructions to schedule an appointment or confirm walk-in availability. Please do not go to a vaccine provider without an appointment, unless the provider has explicitly invited walk-ins.
Some providers have the ability to schedule appointments online.
Should I keep taking COVID-19 precautions after I am vaccinated? YES, the vaccine’s effects on transmission rate is still being studied. Please continue to wear a mask, maintain physical distance, stay home if you are sick and wash or sanitize your hands regularly. Find more FAQs.
What if there isn’t a provider listed in my area?
Not all providers may be listed on Vaccines.gov at this time. If you do not see an active location in your area ask your local health department how to access the vaccine. See the weekly vaccine allocations for each county on the Vaccine Dashboard.
How can I add myself to the Vaccines.gov map?
Visit Vaccines.gov Provider Resources site to view step-by-step guidance on how to opt-in your location(s) and update publicly displayed information through the Vaccines.gov portal: