If you are scheduling for a loved one, we recommend having them on the phone with you while you do so.

You will need:
  • Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Insurance Information
Appointment times will open as vaccine supply becomes available.

If there are no appointments available please check back the following day.

We will do our best to announce when all appointments are filled and when they open again.
At this time, only those aged 65 and older, will be eligible to receive the vaccine.

Local health experts determined that due to their high mortality and hospitalization rate that senior citizens are the highest priority group included in Phase 2.

Phase 2 also includes high-contact critical workers and those in congregate settings. As vaccine supply becomes available, the Health Department will announce scheduling availability for those groups via this newsletter.
Appointment scheduling is only available online. Appointments cannot be taken over the phone or in person at this time.

Do not schedule an appointment if you are under 65.

Appointments will open up as vaccines become available. Please check back often.
Vaccines will be given by appointment only and only available to those over 65 years old and those in Phase 1, who have yet to be vaccinated.

Due to the limited number of vaccines provided to Saline County each week, mandatory waiting time, vaccine storage requirements, social distancing protocols, and staffing challenges there will be no walk-in appointments.
Salina County Health Department