Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health is pleased to offer COVID-19 vaccine clinics on site for businesses and organizations with the goal of helping provide access to those who have not yet had the opportunity to make an appointment.
A form is now available at LDCHealth.org/COVIDClinic for community members to request a clinic on site at their event or business. To help us accommodate all requests based on our staffing availability, it is best to submit your request at least one week in advance.
Douglas County currently one of the highest vaccination rates in the state. LDCPH and Unified Command partners continue to press forward and ensure that everyone in the community has an opportunity to be vaccinated. As of June 30, about 58% of our eligible population has received at least one dose and about 51% have completed their vaccine series.
"While our community members have done a great job so far in coming forward to get vaccinated, our partners in the community are coming together with new strategies to increase access to the vaccine and offer potential incentives so that we can work to get an even higher vaccination rate in our community," said Business Systems Analyst Charlie Bryan, chair of the Vaccination Planning Unit of Douglas County's Unified Command response.
Check LDCHealth.org/70for70 for opportunities on vaccination clinics and events in the community with incentives if you still are looking to make a vaccination appointment or LDCHealth.org/COVIDVaccine to how to schedule an appointment for anyone 12 or older.