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St. Clair County COVID-19 Statistics
IF YOU ARE STILL NOT SURE ABOUT THE VACCINE – TAKE A LISTEN.
You have the power to stay safe & help one another.
If you haven’t been vaccinated yet, or your children ages 12 to 15 need vaccinations, please schedule a vaccination appointment. See all the places below in St. Clair County where you can get your vaccination.
COVID-19 PFIZER VACCINE FOR PEDIATRIC POPULATION AGES 5-11
St. Clair County Pediatric Pfizer (ages 5-11) Vaccine Providers
Pediatricians, Pharmacies, Federally Qualified Health Centers, St. Clair County Health Department and other community partners will be providing Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccine to children ages 5 to 11.
Pediatric Pfizer Vaccine:
- Population: Children 5 to 11 years of age
- Two-dose primary series given three weeks apart
- To read the Vaccine Information Fact Sheet for Children ages 5 to 11, click HERE.
- For more information regarding COVID-19 vaccinations for children 5 to 11 years old, click HERE.
St. Clair County Health Department & IDPH Sponsored POP-UP CLINICS
1PM – 6PM
206 E Fulton St, Marissa, IL 62257
Choose Your Vaccination Location
St. Clair County Health Department Vaccination Partners
Click one of the links below to check the availability of the vaccine at one of our partner locations.
St. Clair County Health Department
Memorial Hospital in Shiloh and Belleville
HSHS Medical Group in O’Fallon
East Side Health District in East St. Louis
Global Medical Solutionz Equipment and Transportation Co
Sam’s Club Pharmacy
Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy
Express Specialty Pharmacy
Over a year ago, we were just beginning to understand just how much our world was changing due to COVID-19.
Memorial Hospital responded quickly working with the St. Clair County Health Department providing testing, treatments and vaccinations to all those in need.
We increased safety measures for patients who needed to see us at our campuses and offered digital care for those who could safely receive needed care at home.
Our work is far from done. The Delta variant is the most contagious one we’ve seen yet. It is impacting the lives of everyone, especially the unvaccinated. 99% of new COVID-19 cases are from the unvaccinated.