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Get the Facts About the COVID-19 Vaccine

Resources to help you learn where and when you can receive the COVID-19 vaccine, find answers to your questions, and check the facts.

Getting the Vaccine in Kentucky

Jessamine County Health Department Coronavirus

Find out about the Jessamine County Health Department’s COVID-19 vaccination program. If you live or work in Jessamine County, you can fill out the COVID-19 Vaccine Request Pre-registration Form to receive an update about when you can register for the vaccine at the JCHD.

Check out the STEM with Shantel interview about the coronavirus with JCHD’s Dr. Steve Davis in the video below.

Team Kentucky COVID-19 Vaccine 

Learn about Kentucky’s COVID-19 vaccine plan and phases. Find out when and where you can get vaccinated. Fill out an online form to be notified when you are eligible to receive a vaccine.

UK Healthcare COVID-19 Vaccine

Request a vaccine from UK Healthcare. After you fill out the online form, you will be added to a database of people who wish to receive the vaccine. UK Healthcare will send you an invitation to make an appointment based on your priority group in Kentucky’s phased distribution plan.

About the Vaccine

CDC COVID-19 Vaccine

Get answers to your questions about the COVID vaccine on the CDC’s website. Find out about possible side effects, what to expect after your first vaccine, when you can stop wearing a mask, and much more. COVID-19 Vaccine

This page from the American Academy of Family Physicians provides information about the COVID-19 vaccine in an easy-to-understand format. Scroll down to find answers to common questions about the vaccine.

Checking the Facts About the Vaccine

COVID-19 Vaccines: Fact vs. Fiction

Vince Venditto, Ph.D., assistant professor in the department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, explains the facts and debunks the myths about COVID-19 vaccines.

This nonpartisan project of the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg Public Policy Center has expanded on their mission of fact-checking political claims to include coronavirus coverage.