(Updated Dec. 2, 2021)

The development of vaccines is a monumental step toward reducing the challenges and health concerns created by the COVID-19 pandemic. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the two-dose Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for individuals 16 years old and older. The FDA also has authorized and recommended the Pfizer vaccine for individuals 5 years old and older, as well as the two-dose Moderna and one-dose Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) vaccines for individuals 18 and older, through emergency use authorizations.

Along with the initial vaccine series, the FDA has authorized third doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine for immunocompromised individuals. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has also recommended a booster dose for fully vaccinated individuals 18 and older that are six months past completing their Moderna or Pfizer series, or two months past receiving Johnson & Johnson. Eligible individuals that wish to receive a booster dose of vaccine can receive any of the authorized vaccines - they do not have to receive the same vaccine as their previously completed series.

Vaccinations in Harvey County

Providers in-and-around Harvey County have COVID-19 vaccines available. You can find providers and the vaccines they have available here.

The Harvey County Health Department has the Moderna vaccine available to individuals 18 years old and older. Appointments can be scheduled by calling 316-283-1637. The Health Department does not carry Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson, but other providers in the county do.

Individuals with a vaccination appointment with the Health Department can fill out the following COVID-19 vaccine consent form prior to your appointment. These forms will also be available at your appointment:


COVID-19 Vaccination Consent Form (English)
COVID-19 Vaccination Consent Form (Spanish)


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