COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

Please note: Emergency Use Authorization allows for individuals 16 and up to receive the Pfizer vaccine, and 18 and up for Johnson & Johnson and Moderna vaccines.

You should not register for the COVID-19 vaccination clinic if any of the following apply to you:

  • If you are currently under quarantine for a positive COVID-19 test OR related COVID exposure
  • Have received monoclonal antibodies or convalescent plasma for treatment of COVID 19 in the past 90 days
  • Have received a vaccination of any type (i.e. flu vaccine, shingles vaccine) in the 14 days prior to potential COVID vaccination date.


Clinic is for residents of Logan County and Central Illinois. We are unable to provide vaccinations for out-of-state residents.

These same questions will be asked prior to administering the vaccine and you will be screened out if any of those apply. You could also be screened out if you have a fever or COVID-like symptoms at check in.


Vaccination reminders:

  • Bring your driver’s license or another form of identification.
  • Please arrive no more than five minutes before your scheduled appointment time.
  • Enter through the designated “COVID-19 Vaccination Entrance” doors at the front of the hospital.
  • Support persons may be asked to wait in their vehicle. If needed, assistance will be provided by vaccine clinic staff.
  • If you arrive more than 30 minutes late, you may not be able to receive your vaccine on this date.
  • Wear appropriate clothing that provides easy access to the upper arm.
  • Allow 15 to 30 minutes for monitoring following vaccination.
  • You will receive a COVID-19 vaccination card. Please keep this card in your purse or billfold and bring it with you to your second vaccination, if receiving the Moderna or Pfizer vaccines.
  • Depending on the severity, if you show signs of an allergic reaction after leaving the clinic, call your local healthcare provider, go to the nearest emergency department, or call 9-1-1.

Future vaccination clinics will be announced by local media and shared on the social media channels of ALMH and the Logan County Department of Public Health.