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Louisville healthcare groups open COVID-19 vaccine registration to adults 70+

WHAS-TV Louisville logo WHAS-TV Louisville 1/18/2021 Courtney Hayden

Jefferson County is now vaccinating some residents in Phase 1B of Kentucky's COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan.

Not in Jefferson County? See statewide info here.

Individuals age 70 and older may request vaccination appointments online through the Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness. If you need assistance call 502-912-8598.

Individual healthcare providers may be able to provide the COVID-19 vaccine at a different pace than the county or state, depending on availability.

Norton Healthcare

As of right now, Norton Healthcare is taking appointments for healthcare providers and people age 70 and older. You can schedule an appointment on their website. 

In the application, you will need to choose a preferred location and provide proof of your age. The appointments will be open based on vaccine availability.

If you have difficulty registering online, you can call (502) 861-4499.

UofL Health

UofL Health is offering limited vaccines to people age 70 and older in Louisville. 

You must schedule an appointment online to request the vaccine. Vaccines will be distributed at UofL Health's drive-thru clinic at 499 South Brook St.

UofL Health said it will continue to add appointments for COVID-19 vaccines as their supply allows. They said when they opened appointments during the week of Jan. 25, all 500 appointments were taken within 11 minutes.

A waitlist for the vaccine through UofL Health is in development and will soon be available online.

Baptist Health

Baptist Health Louisville is vaccinating healthcare providers as well as people age 70 and up in Phase 1B of the vaccination plan. 

Appointments are required and walk-ins will not be accepted. Appointments can be made online through the Baptist Health website.

Baptist Health said that it is not taking COVID-19 vaccine appointments by phone and urges people not to call the hospital to inquire about the vaccine.

If you have questions about whether to be immunized for COVID-19, you are encouraged to talk with your personal healthcare provider

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