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LIST | Here's where you can get the COVID-19 vaccine and booster dose in Louisville

LouVax is bringing community vaccination clinics to different locations throughout Louisville.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — In an effort to get more people in Louisville vaccinated against COVID-19, LouVax is taking vaccines to the community as part of its Mobile Missions.

If you need help finding a vaccination site or making an appointment, you can call the LOU Health Helpline at 502-912-8598, visit vaccines.gov or text your ZIP code to 438829.

No appointments are necessary, and walk-ins are welcome. Translation services are available at each site as well. 

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Here is a list of LouVax Community Clinic vaccination clinics for January 2022.

LouVax Community Clinic Sites

  • January 15, 11a-3p, Americana Community Center, 4801 Southside Drive (Pfizer)*
  • January 17, 4p-6p, Smoketown Family Wellness Center, 706 S. Hancock St. Suite B100 (Pfizer)*
  • January 18, 9:30a-1p, Valley Neighborhood Place, 10200 Dixie Hwy, (Pfizer)
  • January 18, 5p-7p, Neighborhood House, 201 North 25th St. (Pfizer)*
  • January 20, 3p-7p, Shawnee Arts & Cultural Center, 607 S. 37th St., (Pfizer)*
  • January 24, 4p-6p, Smoketown Family Wellness Center, 706 S. Hancock St. Suite B100 (Pfizer)*
  • January 25, 9:30a-1p, Valley Neighborhood Place, 10200 Dixie Hwy, (Pfizer)
  • January 25,  5p-7p, Neighborhood House, 201 North 25th St. (Pfizer)*
  • January 31, 4p-6p, Smoketown Family Wellness Center, 706 S. Hancock St. Suite B100 (Pfizer)*

*Indicates dates and times of facilities that also accept kids 5-11.

Additional community vaccine locations can be found here on the city's website or by calling the Lou Health COVID Helpline at 502-912-8598.

Anyone who needs assistance scheduling a vaccine appointment or finding a vaccine site can:

  • Call the LOU Health Helpline at (502)-912-8598
  • Visit vaccines.gov to find vaccine providers by preferred vaccine in your zip code
  • Text your ZIP code to GETVAX (438829) to immediately receive addresses of nearby vaccination centers.

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