COVID-19 Vaccine Information
Information regarding the COVID-19 Vaccines
Find Vaccines Near You
As of September 12, 2023, CDC recommends everyone 6 months and older get an updated COVID-19 vaccine to protect against the potentially serious outcomes of COVID-19 illness during fall and winter. Appointments for updated COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna are now available at Walgreens and CVS.
The City of St. Louis recommends going to vaccines.gov and entering your ZIP code for the nearest convenient location to obtain a vaccine.
City Vaccine Clinics
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Lost COVID-19 Vaccination Record Cards
The Department of Health cannot replace lost CDC Vaccination Record cards received at the time of a COVID-19 vaccine. If you need a report showing proof of receiving a COVID-19 vaccination, please reach out to the department's Medical Records division. There is a $10 cash fee for vaccination records. To speak with a Medical Records representative, please call 314-657-1548.
A collaborative campaign on vaccine education created by the City of St. Louis Department of Health and the Saint Louis Science Center to increase awareness and understanding about vaccines in disease prevention.
Emergency Use Authorizations
What is an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA)?
An Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) under Section 564 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act)1 allows for the special use of drugs and other medical products during certain types of emergencies. Emergency Use Authorization for Vaccines Explained
Medical Countermeasures (MCM) Emergency Use Authorities
During public health emergencies, medical countermeasures (MCMs) may be needed to prevent or treat diseases or conditions caused by chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear (CBRN) or emerging infectious disease threats, like pandemic influenza. MCM Emergency Use Authorities
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