FEMA's Community Vaccination Center in the City of St. Louis to Open Next Wednesday, April 7

St. Louis officials plan to distribute up to 168,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses to City residents at a downtown daily vaccination site starting April 7.

April 1, 2021 | 2 min reading time

St. Louis officials plan to distribute up to 168,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses to City residents at a downtown daily vaccination site starting April 7 and running for eight weeks.

An appointment for this event will be required. You need to sign up in advance.

You can register on the State of Missouri's Vaccine Navigator website.

You can also register by calling (877) 435-8411.

After registering, you will be contacted about your appointment date and time.

FEMA's vaccination site will be operating inside the concourse level of the Dome at America's Center at the corner of Broadway and Cole. Free parking will be available, with wheelchair access.

At this time, appointments are being scheduled for City of St. Louis residents. Which COVID-19 vaccine you get will depend on the availability of the vaccine.

Note: If you've already signed up for the vaccine with the City's online pre-registration and notification system, FEMA is requesting that you also register on the State's Vaccine Navigator at this time.

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