“HENRY & STARK COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT & HENRY COUNTY OEM ANNOUNCE DRIVE THRU COVID CLINIC REGISTRATION AVAILABLE ONLINE COMINGMONDAY, JANUARY 25TH”
The Henry and Stark County Health Department and the Henry County Office of Emergency Management (OEM) announce Henry and Stark County Covid-19 Drive Thru Clinics Online Registration will open Monday, January 25th. These Covid-19 Drive Thru Vaccination Clinics are for Henry and Stark County residents 65+ and remaining 1A (healthcare) and 1B (frontline essential workers) recipients.
The Health Department and Henry County OEM are announcing this activation of the online registration ahead of time so that as many people can be prepared to participate before we actually go “live” with the system. Therefore, the following are basic things residents should keep in mind in preparation of the Monday activation:
1) To reserve your participation at one of the scheduled Drive Thru Covid Vaccine Clinics the Health Department and OEM are asking anyone eligible (Henry & Stark County residents 65 and over; remaining 1A & 1B healthcare and essential workers) to go to their website at www.henrystarkhealth.com and complete a simple On-Line “Covid-19 Vaccine Clinic Registration Form.” Participants will also need or have access to a valid email address for clinic confirmations, information and directions to the clinic site.
2) Family and Friends can help older individuals to register for these clinics. So please share this information and assist 65+ friends and family to register. And if you are an individual without internet access or a valid email address; please ask family and friends to assist you in this quick and easy registration system.
The Henry and Stark County Health Department and Henry County OEM will release more information, details and instructions on Monday, January 25th when the system for Covid-19 On-line Registration goes live.
The clinics will be held at Black Hawk College-East Campus in Kewanee. Clinics and number of participants will be based on vaccine availability and are subject to change. Drive-Thru clinics and site limitations are necessary due to social distancing requirements, central location for entire service area, winter weather conditions, and the recommended wait time after receiving the vaccine.
The Health Department and OEM thank all our area residents for their continued support and patience during the Covid-19 vaccine distribution rollout and note that when we work together there’s nothing we cannot achieve and overcome. For more information on the Covid-19 vaccine distribution plan in Illinois go to: http://dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccine-faq
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