Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Currently vaccinating Phases 1a, 1b, 1b+, higher education
staff, government workers, and media.

To schedule a vaccine appointment:

Schedule a vaccination appointment
- Print & fill out our consent form
- Map for Vaccine Clinic Flow - Go south on 6th street around by the cemetery, then
come north on 5th to get into the line.

Please bring your QR ticket, the signed consent form, and a copy of your insurance
card, including your original Medicare card, NOT Medicare Advantage, to your
appointment. Have all out and ready when you come for your appointment.

You will be asked to wait in our parking lot 15-30 minutes after receiving the vaccine to monitor
for any adverse reactions.

If you are unable to obtain Internet access or need help with scheduling, you may call IDPH at
(833) 621-1284, or call the Fayette County Health Department at 618-283-1044 and a staff
member will assist you with scheduling.

Moderna second doses should be scheduled at least 28 days after 1st vaccine. (may be as long
as 42 days.)

Pfizer second doses should be scheduled at least 21 days after 1st vaccine. (may be as long as
42 days)

Janssen (Johnson/Johnson) is only a 1 dose vaccine at this time.

While the COVID-19 vaccine is highly effective, it not 100% effective. Until the COVID-19 pandemic is
controlled, people who receive the vaccine need to continue following Illinois Department of Public Health
guidance such as the use of face masks, social distancing, and regular hand washing. This protects you
as well as your family and community. (Source: IDPH)

COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Sheet
Vaccine Data for Our County
IDPH Vaccination Plan
Vaccine FAQ
Vaccine Side Effects

Now offering a COVID Antibodies Blood Test for $60! Call the office to schedule.

We are no longer offering COVID-19 rapid testing.

IDPH Guidance on testing out of quarantine for close contacts:  Please note, testing out of quarantine requires a
PCR test, NOT a rapid-test. We do not provide PCR tests. You can get one from IDPH Mobile Testing Sites or through
Fayette County Hospital, for which you will need an order from your doctor.

For a list of testing sites, visit the IDPH website:

For more information on what to expect regarding contact tracing if you have tested positive or if you are a contact of
someone who has tested positive, visit IDPH's website: