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St. Louis County COVID-19 Update ~ May 10, 2021

posted May 10, 2021, 9:54 AM by City Clerk
May 10, 2021
St. Louis County COVID-19 Update
DPH Clinics Available for Care and Vaccines
Starting today, the St. Louis County Department of Public Health begins accepting walk-ins for vaccinations at all three of our DPH health clinics:
  • John C. Murphy Health Center in Berkeley
  • South County Health Center in Sunset Hills
  • North Central Community Health Center in Pine Lawn
Clinics are open Monday - Friday, from 8 a.m. - noon and 1 – 5 p.m. Residents may also make appointments for vaccinations at the three clinics if they wish.  For vaccination appointments, please click here​. For those who would like to see all of our many walk-in vaccination opportunities in the coming days, a complete schedule can be found here
In addition to regular daily access at DPH, we are also holding specialty clinics with vulnerable populations​. For example, we are setting up a vaccination team at the Buzz Westfall Justice Center every Saturday for the next few weeks specifically to administer vaccine to those who visit inmates there. Also, we have partnered with organizations like the Hispanic Leaders Group of Greater St. Louis, Vitendo for Africa, Casa de Salud and others to organize a vaccination event for individuals who don’t speak English or are more comfortable communicating in another language. That event will be at the JFK Community Center in Florissant on May 22. We will have interpreters on site, as well as signs and forms in a number of languages, to make the experience as convenient as we can.
Vaccination Partners
As announced by County Executive Dr. Sam Page last week, DPH is inviting community organizations, houses of worship, businesses, non-profit agencies and other community-based entities to help put on vaccination events. DPH is looking for any group that can provide adequate space and can recruit individuals to get vaccinated. To apply or to learn more, please click here​ or visit​.​