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Here’s Where To Pre-Register For The COVID-19 Vaccine In The St. Louis Area

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission released guidance last month, confirming that employers can require their staff to get the COVID-19 vaccine, with some potential exemptions.
David Kovaluk
St. Louis Public Radio
Most counties in the St. Louis region have created a online forms as a way to disseminate information about the coronavirus vaccine.

Hundreds of thousands of St. Louis-area residents are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccination.

As of mid-January, those cleared for vaccinations include health care workers, first responders, people over 65 and those with chronic health conditions.

People unable to get a shot through their employer can complete online pre-registration forms from county health departments and area hospital systems.

The forms collect residents’ names and contact information, as well as details about their health risks. Once enough vaccine supply becomes available, county health officials will use that information to contact people to schedule vaccination appointments.

A majority of counties prefer for people to fill out the online forms, instead of calling by phone.

Sign up with your local county health department:

In Missouri:

In the Metro East:

Sign up with your health care provider:

St. Louis-area hospitals have also launched sign-ups for those who see a primary care doctor in their systems. People can sign up on both a hospital system and health department form, health officials say.

Hospital system pre-registration sites:

Federally Qualified Health Centers:


The Missouri Department of Health and Human Services recently launched an interactive map listing all of the vaccination sites in the state, but not all providers have doses yet.

Health officials say people should continue masking, hand-washing and social distancing to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, as the community waits for more doses of the vaccine to become available.

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Kayla is a general assignment reporter at St. Louis Public Radio.