Vaccines are available through the Johnson County Department of Health and Environment. Appointments must be made for first, second, additional or booster COVID-19 vaccines. JCDHE facilities are not able to accommodate walk-ins for COVID-19 vaccinations. Walk-in vaccinations are available at vaccine events across Johnson County.
Latest News and Updates
- Isolation and Quarantine Guidance for Health Care Workers and the General Population (Jan. 24, 2022)
- JCDHE shares news on expanded COVID-19 testing, self-reporting of home tests
- Johnson County Board of Public Health votes to revisit mask order Feb. 17
- JCDHE now offering Pfizer boosters to those age 12 and up (Jan. 6, 2022)
- Need a replacement COVID-19 vaccination card? Here's what to do if you received your vaccination from JCDHE.
Latest Public Health Report
The Department of Health and Environment makes regular reports to the Board of County Commissioners on COVID-19 in Johnson County including the latest community risk level, vaccination progress, general updates and other important information. You can access the most recent BOCC public health report at this link.
Vaccine progress in Johnson County
- Received first dose: 76.0%
- Fully vaccinated: 65.8%