Kansas COVID-19 Vaccine

Kansas Vaccine Phases

Kansas has a “Find My Vaccine” tool to help residents in the current phase to start the process of getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Appointments are required at most locations. You can find the tool below or click here. Simply type in your Zip code to find locations offering the vaccine.

Kansas is in Phase 2 for vaccinations, which includes persons aged 65+, congregate settings, high-contact critical workers and unvaccinated Kansans from Phase 1.

Vaccine is being delivered to all 105 Kansas counties, but not all providers may be listed on the map at this time. If you do not see an active location in your area — and you are in Phase 1 or 2 — ask your local health department how to access the vaccine. See the weekly vaccine allocations for each county on the Vaccine Dashboard.

Southeast Kansas:

  • Crawford County
    • Vaccine Registration Hotline: 620-724-6385
    • All callers will provide their name, date of birth and phone number
    • Vaccine supply is limited. Health Department asks residents to please allow a minimum of  2-6 weeks to be notified of an available vaccine
    • You may still call to be put on the list if you re under the age of 65, but those over 65 years of age will be a priority
  • Cherokee County 
    • Residents should call the health department at 620-429-3087 to make an appointment or be placed on the waiting list
    • They will continue to schedule for the amount of vaccine currently available
    • Discouraging people from walking into the health department to make appointments – call instead
  • Wilson County
  • Labette County
    • Residents should call 620-778-6272 to make an appointment or be placed on the waiting list
    • Walk-ins not accepted at this time
  • Neosho County
    • Residents can call the health department at 620-431-5770 to be placed on the waiting list – they will announce when people can start calling to make appointments
    • Don’t know how many vaccines they’ll get yet, the KDHE just sends them what they send without much warning according to county health officials
  • Allen, Bourbon and Woodson Counties
    • The SEK Multi County Health Department is unsure when they’ll receive vaccines, but are planning a series of large clinics for distribution
    • There’s no waiting list at this time
    • Health department officials say there will be no signups for appointments, but plan to keep residents updated via social media, radio, newspaper and on their website

The following slides lay out information on each phase of the Kansas distribution order:

Vaccine-Distribution-Order informational slides

Here’s how many Kansans have been vaccinated (Doses Administered updates are provided Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.)