PETTIS COUNTY TASK FORCE TALKS COVID-19 VACCINE
During the meeting of the Pettis County COVID-19 Task Force on Monday, April 5, it was reported that according to the state’s website, 10,070 Pettis County residents have received one dose and 6,753 have completed the two-dose series.
Starting on Friday, April 9, all Missourians will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine who are over the age of 16.
Bothwell Regional Health Center will be administering COVID-19 Pfizer vaccines p.m. on and from 8 a.m. to noon and on the second floor of the Bothwell Healing Arts Center at .
You can register by calling (660) 829-8888 or going online at A limited number of walk-ins will be accepted and ; however appointments are encouraged to reduce wait times.
Additional vaccine dates will be added to Bothwell’s vaccination schedule and can be found at .
Healthcare officials urge residents to help friends and family who do not have access to the internet or cannot easily get out to register for the vaccine. Online registration also is available through the Bothwell website at www.brhc.org.
OATS is providing transportation to vaccination clinics free of charge. To schedule transportation, call 1-(800) 276-6287.
For more information on the vaccine in Missouri, go to . There is a map that shows the percentage of residents vaccinated by county.