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Posted on: January 29, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Covid - 19 Vaccines for Wilson Countians Ages 75+

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Lebanon, TN (1/29/2020) – The Wilson County Health Department is working diligently to get everyone on the COVID-19 vaccine waiting list scheduled. If you or someone you know is already on the waiting list and the Health Department has not yet contacted you to schedule an appointment, they will contact you soon.
The Wilson County Health Department would like to notify those who are ages 75 and older that have not yet received the COVID-19 vaccine and would like to that they may sign up on the Health Department’s waiting list by calling 866-442-5301 or visiting the link below. From there, the Health Department will call individuals on their list to schedule an appointment. The Wilson County Mayor’s Office is happy to assist those with difficulties in scheduling an appointment over the phone or online. Those in need of assistance may call Mayor Hutto’s office at 615/444-1383.
The TN Department of Health is partnering with pharmacies and community health clinics to add more than 100 new vaccination sites across the state. Our local hospital and several local pharmacies have now been approved to help distribute the vaccine to those 75 and older. The hospital and local pharmacies will follow the Tennessee COVID-19 Vaccination Plan, administering vaccinations to residents in current eligible phases of the county in which the clinic or pharmacy is located. These local pharmacies currently include: Gibbs Pharmacy, Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital, Del Mar Medical, Neighborhood Health and Pharmscript of TN. These providers and facilities are expected to receive COVID-19 vaccines this week and will handle their own scheduling processes for administering vaccinations. To schedule an appointment for your vaccination, call the number listed above for the Health Department or contact an approved local pharmacy.
The TN Department of Health announced that they will soon move into the next vaccination phase of ages 70 and older. When we are notified that the Health Department will move into the next vaccination phase, we will make an announcement.
The Wilson County Health Department is owned and operated by the TN Department of Health. The Wilson County Mayor’s Office is assisting the TN Department of Health in providing this valuable information to our residents.
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/wilson_priority_list

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