Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vaccine Information

Western Missouri Medical Center is providing COVID-19 vaccinations.

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WMMC’s goal is to administer as many as possible vaccinations per week. WMMC will administer vaccinations as they become available. This page is updated often as information changes and with the frequently asked questions (FAQs) below.

COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs

Can I get the COVID-19 Vaccine in Johnson County?

WMMC is working closely with local partners on the COVID-19 vaccine. Residents across Johnson County, Mo, interested in being added to a COVID-19 vaccination list are encouraged to register everywhere in JOCOMO that the vaccine is offered.

The Missouri Vaccine Navigator

Johnson County Community Health Services

Missouri COVID Vaccine Events

Our county will continue to receive vaccines on an unpredictable schedule. As soon as we receive more vaccines, we will schedule future vaccine clinics, and begin calling from the list of people registered.
Where can I learn more about the vaccine?

Visit the CDC’s FAQ page for more information regarding the virus and the vaccine.

What happens if I lose my COVID-19 vaccination card?

If you lose your vaccine card before receiving your second dose of the vaccine, please request a new one when you come for your second dose. If you lose your vaccine card after you have received your final dose, please contact your primary care provider, Johnson County Community Health Services, or Warrensburg Express Care.

Do I need to quarantine if I've had the COVID-19 Vaccine?

The CDC has provided guidelines on their website on quarantining after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. If you meet the criteria as stated by the CDC, you are not required to quarantine after a COVID-19 exposure. 

It’s important for everyone to continue using all the tools available to help stop this pandemic as we learn more about how COVID-19 vaccines work in real-world conditions. Cover your mouth and nose with a mask when around others, stay at least 6 feet away from others, avoid crowds, avoid poorly ventilated spaces, and wash your hands often.​​