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COVID-19 VACCINATION INFORMATION:

RENO COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT, 209 W 2nd. 
Vaccinations for ages 5-11 require an appointment, call 620-694-2900 ext. 6 to schedule. Boosters are available on a walk-in basis.

COVID-19 Primary and booster doses of Pfizer and Moderna, and flu vaccinations are available. 
Fully vaccinated Kansans over the age of 12 are now eligible for COVID-19 booster shots (Only Pfizer is authorized for ages 12-15 boosters). It is recommended to wait five months after the completion of the primary series of Pfizer, six months after Moderna, or two months after the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. You may choose to receive a different booster vaccine from your original primary doses as well.
NOTE: The Health Department no longer administers the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.


The Health Department is NOT testing for COVID at this time. Testing options include:

If you need assistance getting to the vaccination clinic and returning home, please contact RCAT at 620-694-2913.

Si necesita ayuda para llegar a la clínica de vacunación y regresar a casa, comuníquese con RCAT al 620-694-2913.
Vaccine Information/Resources:

Moderna Vaccine Information Sheet
Pfizer Vaccine Information Sheet
Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Information
Get started with V-Safe
Vaccine information- multiple languages
Uninsured Patient COVID Services

Spanish:
Moderna - hoja informativa para receptores y cuidadores
Pfizer- información sobre vacunas
Johnson & Johnson información sobre vacunas
empezar con v-safe
servicios COVID para pacientes no asegurados

Help Keep our Community Open and Safe

Reno County is taking a proactive, science-based approach to curbing the spread of COVID-19. Every member of Reno County community has a role in stopping the spread of COVID-19. Community-wide approaches to safety are important because individuals without symptoms may still be COVID-19 positive and may spread the virus.

SCHEDULE YOUR COVID-19 TEST

Actions You Can Take:

  1.  Monitor yourself for symptoms and stay home if you are sick  
  2. Avoid the 3 C's:
    • Closed spaces with poor ventilation
    • Crowded places
    • Close contact such as close-range conversation or touching items others have touched
  3. Wear a face covering
  4. Wash your hands and disinfect surfaces
  5. Maintain 6-feet physical distancing
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