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Bobbie Lester, a nurse at Indian Trail Elementary, gets her COVID-19 vaccine at Broadbent Arena in Louisville, Ky., on Jan. 8, 2021.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Health officials across the country are rolling out COVID-19 vaccines, but there are many questions about when and where people in Kentucky and Indiana can sign up.

Here is a list of resources to help you find an appointment. 


Kentuckians age 16 and older are eligible to make a vaccination appointment. Anyone younger than age 18 must receive the Pfizer vaccine, per U.S. Food and Drug Administration guidelines. Those who are age 18 and older will also be eligible for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. 

To book an appointment at one of the state's regional vaccination centers, click here and follow the prompts under the "Kentucky" section of the site. 

Each Kentucky county has its own plan for the COVID-19 vaccine clinics. Be sure to visit your local health department's website and follow it on social media for the latest updates. 

There are also multiple options for signing up in Jefferson County. The Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness offered the following tips to keep in mind when scheduling your vaccination appointment: 

  • Do not sign up with multiple providers. Due to available supply, appointments are limited. 
  • It may take several weeks to get an appointment. 
  • If you have health insurance, including Medicare, you must bring your insurance card. There is no cost to you, regardless of your insurance status. All sites operate by appointment only and will require proof of age (such as a valid state identification) on arrival. 

The city's website directs anyone with questions about the vaccination process to email Elderly people or those without access to a computer are encouraged to ask a family member or friend for help, or call 502-861-4499. You can also try Louisville's COVID-19 helpline at 502-912-8598.

To make an appointment with UofL Health, click here

To make an appointment at one of Baptist Health's hospitals across Kentucky, including Louisville, click here

To make an appointment with Norton Healthcare, click here

You can also sign up for vaccination appointments at your local CVS Health or Walgreens by visiting their official websites. 

For a list of vaccination sites around the commonwealth, click here. The Kentucky COVID-19 Hotline, 800-722-5725, can answer general COVID-19 vaccine questions. The state also has a website dedicated to information about the vaccine rollout.


All Hoosiers age 16 and older are eligible to get vaccinated. Anyone younger than age 18 must receive the Pfizer vaccine, per U.S. Food and Drug Administration guidelines. Those who are age 18 and older will also be eligible for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. 

If you are eligible, click here to register and make an appointment.

Hoosiers can also sign up for vaccines at CVS Pharmacies. Click here to make an appointment.

For a list of vaccine clinics around Indiana by county, click here.

The vaccine will be free. Vaccine providers can bill a patient's insurance for a fee to administer the vaccine but will not be able to charge the patient. Providers can seek reimbursement for uninsured patients from the Health Resources and Services Administration's Provider Relief Fund.

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