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DPH COVID-19 Update 04/05/21

Beginning April 7, the Federal Emergency Management Administration and the City of St. Louis are planning to administer up to 168,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses.

  • Apr 5, 2021
  • News & Updates
 COVID-19 Testing
COVID-19 testing continues to play an important role in suppressing this pandemic. Testing locations available across St. Louis County can be found here.  
It's important to remember that even if you don't think you're at risk, getting tested can still help you protect others. The goal is to detect cases among people who are likely to spread the infection, especially anyone who works directly with the public. Early detection in those without symptoms will help reduce further transmission.​​
FEMA Mass Vaccination Site
Beginning Wednesday, April 7, the Federal Emergency Management Administration and the City of St. Louis are planning to administer up to 168,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses during an eight-week effort. Appointments, which are required, are available to St. Louis County residents as well as city residents. Registration on the State of Missouri's Vaccine Navigator website is required. You can also register by calling (877) 435-8411. After registering, you will be contacted about your appointment date and time.
FEMA's vaccination site will be operating inside the concourse level of the Dome at America's Center at the corner of Broadway and Cole. Free parking will be available, with wheelchair access. The type of COVID-19 vaccine you get will depend on the availability of the vaccine.