COVID19 Vaccine Information & Resources
- Locate available vaccine appointment slots in any state: https://www.vaccinespotter.org/
- Lancaster County Residents are now able to register for the COVID Vaccine via the following website: www.COVID19.lincoln.ne.gov or via phone at 402-441-8006
- Starting February 3rd, Lancaster Residents ages 80+ will receive appointments for COVID vaccination at the Pinnacle Bank Arena
- You must have an appointment to receive the vaccine
- Vaccine clinic will occur on the lower level; it is wheelchair accessible
- Free parking in the garage attached to the West of the Arena
- Prevaccination Checklist (PDF)
- Douglas County Residents are now able to register for the COVID vaccine via the following PDF on the Douglas County Health website: www.douglascountyhealth.com
- Residents of other Nebraska Counties, please contact your county health department for assistance
- For a map of Nebraska counties and their respective local health department, please click here.
- For a list of Nebraska Counties Health Department Contacts for COVID-19 Vaccine administration questions, please click here.
- For a list of COVID-19 ‘Frequently Asked Questions’, please click here.
- Nebraska DHHS Vaccination Registration Portal (for Nebraska residents only.)
- website: https://vaccinate.ne.gov/
- phone: (531) 249-1873 or (833) 998-2275
- Those 65 and older who registered with a local health department, do not need to register a second time.
- DHHS is working with local health departments to migrate all registrations into the state portal.
- Those 18 to 65 who have a high-risk medical condition are asked to register using this site to best ensure proper prioritization in Phase 1B
- Here’s how to register:
- Fill out a short questionnaire including:
- 1. Demographic information 2. Medical Hx, 3. COVID-19 HX 4. Contact Information
- You will receive an email confirming your registration if you provide an email address.
- When you are selected in the phase you are eligible for, you will receive an email with instructions on how to schedule your vaccination. If you don’t have an email address but enter a phone number, you will be contacted by either text or phone call.
- No Show fees will be waived until the coronavirus outbreak is no longer cause for concern. Please call us or send a message through your patient portal, if you will not be attending your appointment.
- Please limit the number of visitors you bring to the office to your appointment to one individual. Note: this individual must be 19 years of age or older.
- All visitors will be screened with travel questions and symptom questions upon arrival as of Monday March 16th, per Bryan Medical Center policies. Click on this link for more details: https://www.bryanhealth.com/about-bryan-health/news/2020/covid-19-visitor-restrictions/
Visit health.lincoln.ne.gov for more Lincoln, Nebraska Health Department information
Coronavirus COVID-19 Information:
If you are experiencing these symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath) AND have traveled to or returned from these countries recently (China, Italy, South Korea, Iran, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore) or have been in contact with someone who has traveled to one of these countries, or have been in contact with someone known to have to have COVID-19, please follow the below instructions:
- Keep yourself separated from others as much as possible, including your family & animals.
- Wear a facemask when around others and cover your coughs & sneezes
- Clean your hands often and for 20 seconds each time (sing the “happy birthday” song to yourself twice, or just count)
- Avoid sharing household items (like drinking glasses, utensils, towels, bedding)
- Clean all ‘high-touch’ surfaces daily (doorknobs, counters, tabletops, toilets, phones, keyboards, bedside tables)
- To obtain testing information and to self-report:
If you are unsure of your symptoms or risk level, the Nebraska DHHS is best equipped to answer your questions. Please call them before going to a clinic, or an urgent care center or the emergency department, in order to lower the risk of exposure to yourself and others.