Where can I get a COVID-19 vaccine?
Many pharmacies, doctor’s offices, and clinics now offer COVID-19 vaccine! To find a COVID-19 vaccine provider by zip code and vaccine type, go to Vaccine Finder from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). If you need assistance with this website, call 1-800-232-0233.
How do I schedule a vaccination appointment?
Contact the clinic where you want to get the vaccine. Many clinics and pharmacies are now accepting walk-ins. The health department cannot schedule appointments at other pharmacies, doctor’s offices or hospitals. If you wish to get vaccinated at the Health Department clinic, schedule an appointment online or come as a walk-in. If you need assistance, call 402-339-4334 and press option 1.
If you need assistance in obtaining the COVID-19 vaccine
Please call 402-339-4334 and press option 1. Or email Marianne Toledo at [email protected].
I have lost my COVID-19 vaccine card. How do I get a replacement?
Contact the clinic where you received the vaccine. The clinic will have records of the vaccine type and the date the vaccine was administered. Not all clinics in Nebraska utilize the same database for vaccination records, so the Health Department may not be able to replace a card for vaccine given at other clinics.
Your healthcare provider may also be able to look up your vaccination records and create a vaccination card.
You can retrieve your immunization record history yourself through the Nebraska State Immunization Information System.
If you attended a Health Department clinic and need to replace your vaccination card, please email your first and last name, date of birth, and home address to [email protected]. Please allow up to one week to provide you with a replacement vaccination card. The Health Department is only able to recreate a vaccination card for residents who received their vaccine through the Health Department, not at any other clinic.
I'm traveling internationally soon. What COVID-19 vaccination documentation is required?
At this time, airlines and the destination country determine their own vaccination documentation requirements. These vary widely and are changing frequently. If you need documentation in addition to the COVID-19 vaccination card, call our office at 402-339-4334. For information regarding current requirements for masking, testing, and other COVID-19 precautions during travel, the following websites may be helpful:
Which vaccine should I get? How long does protection last? Is it safe for my child to get the COVID-19 vaccine?
Answers to these and other common questions can be found on the CDC’s Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 Vaccination page and Facts About the COVID-19 Vaccine page. If you have questions that are not answered here, or if you are having difficulties scheduling an appointment, please call the Sarpy/Cass Department at 402-339-4334 and press 1. Phones are answered Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm.
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