ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- The COVID-19 vaccine was made available to a larger amount of Missourians as the state opened it to all adults above 16 on April 9. Illinois followed suit and opened eligibility to everyone above 16 on April 12. Here's where people in the St. Louis area can find coronavirus vaccine information from the major hospital providers and county health departments.
Mercy Health has moved from registration to open scheduling. Make your appointment here.
St. Luke's Hospital's encourage making an appointment at lukesvaccine.com.
SSM Health is asking anyone interested in receiving the vaccine to pre-register online by clicking here.
BJC HealthCare created a portal for direct scheduling for a COVID-19 vaccine.
CareSTL Health, a community health center with locations throughout north St. Louis, is also vaccinating the public. They began calling hundreds of people this week to schedule appointments. You can register here if you are eligible.
Affina Health has also been approved to administer the vaccines. Members of the public can call (314) 833-2777, or visit http://www.affiniahealthcare.org for more information.
Compass Health Network is hosting weekly vaccine clinics throughout the site of Missouri, including some in St. Charles and Warren County. Visit here for more information.
United Immunity-STL is a group of organizations that created vaccine events focused on protecting high risk individuals. Click here to register for their events and for more details.
Users of the Walgreens app can search for available appointments in their area, or that can do so online here.
Walmart and Sam's Club are offering walk-up vaccinations nationwide for customers and associates.
A federal program is sending vaccines to Missouri's Walmart and Sam's Club stores. You can learn more here. The vaccines are also being sent to Healthmart pharmacies across Missouri. Health Mart launched a portal to schedule appointments, which you can access here.
The vaccine will be available to residents through major hospitals, local pharmacies and individual county health departments. Here's the information for the counties with a local plan:
Missouri has also released a map showcasing local pharmacies and medical offices that have been approved to administer the vaccine. Here is the map and list.