Starting today, Reno County residents age 18 and over are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Governor Kelly announced the statewide transition to Phase 5 in hopes that no vaccine goes to waste. “With the anticipated increase in supply from the federal government, we must get every dose of vaccine into arms quickly,” Governor Kelly said. “I strongly encourage every Kansan to get the COVID-19 vaccine so we can get back to school, back to work, and back to normal.”
As of March 26, 24.06% of Reno County residents have received at least one dose of vaccine. A second dose clinic is scheduled for Saturday, April 3 at the Sports Arena for those who received their first dose there on March 2.
The Reno County Health Department is also operating a vaccination clinic Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Fellowship Hall of the First United Methodist Church,101 E. 1st Avenue (across from the Post Office). Appointments can be scheduled online at https://forms.renogov.org/rchd/covid19-registration/.
If you would like to be put on a waiting list, or if computer access is limited, please call the Health Department at 620-694-2900 and select option 6.
To locate other vaccination sites in Reno County, visit vaccinefinder.org.
If you need assistance getting to and from the vaccination clinics, call the Reno County Area Transit at 620-694-2913 to schedule a ride.