The past three months, the Macoupin County Public Health Department has worked to provide COVID-19 vaccination to residents of Macoupin County beginning in December 2020 with healthcare workers and frontline essential workers and now has expanded to include residents age 16 and older.
Residents 18 and older qualify for both the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. Residents 16 and older for the Pfizer vaccine. The next Macoupin County Public Health Department COVID-19 vaccine clinic will be held on Tuesday, April 13 offering the Moderna vaccine and be for Macoupin County residents and Macoupin County employees who are 18 years and older.
Self-register for the vaccine online here. Upon successful completion of your registration, you will see a confirmation message and you’re asked to either print the PDF document or bring the QR code with you to your vaccine time and date. You must also bring your photo ID and proof of Macoupin County residence or proof of Macoupin County employment. You will be required to show your ID and proof of residency or employment when you first arrive.
Friends and family are asked to assist persons who do not have access to the internet. Others may contact the health department COVID-19 information line at 217-313-5078 for assistance.
As of Sunday, April 5, over 23,500 Macoupin County residents had received the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine and 9,692 residents were fully vaccinated.