How to sign up for a COVID-19 vaccine in the St. Louis region


ST. LOUIS – Multiple COVID vaccines have now been approved for use in the U.S. and the line for one is long. Some states are already beginning to vaccinate those ages 75 and older. Other states are allowing older individuals to sign up for a vaccine. So how do things stand in Missouri and Illinois?

Hospital Systems:

Mercy Health: The health care system created a public portal for patients to receive COVID-19 Vaccination Information.

St. Luke’s Hospital: The hospital created a Vaccination Application and says because of the limited supply submitting an application does not guarantee an appointment.

SSM Health: The hospital system plans to notify patients through the MyChart system. SSM is asking all patients to sign up here. If you’d rather be contacted via email you can send your info to

BJC HealthCare: The hospital is offering a pre-register form for patients to fill out even if your group isn’t currently eligible for the vaccine. You can get the pre-register form here.


You can learn more on the vaccine distribution in Missouri here.


  • Madison County is asking residents to fill out a vaccine registration survey
  • Macoupin County is asking residents to fill out a vaccine registration survey
  • Monroe County could start vaccinating 85-year-olds the week of Jan. 11
  • Will County near Chicago is asking residents to fill out a vaccine survey
  • St. Clair County is asking residents to fill out a sign-up sheet to they will be alerted when a vaccine is available for them

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