We want to provide you with information on local, state and area resources related to obtaining vaccinations for your children. Getting vaccinated helps protect you and your family from serious illness. Find the support you need to take care of your loved ones. We will continue to update you with any information that will help support your health and safety as COVID-19 positive cases rise and the omicron variant circulates. View helpful links below.
State and area resources for child vaccinations
View these links for help finding a vaccination site for children ages 5-12.
- Vaccine.gov – This site allows you to search by ZIP code and age range. Select ages 5-11 or 12+ to find clinics offering vaccinations for children. Results range from retail pharmacies, such as Walgreens and CVS, and local pharmacies and clinics.
- Local retail pharmacies – Visit CVS or Walgreens to book a vaccination appointment online at a clinic convenient to you and your family.
- Revive StL County – This site provides valuable resources, including vaccination sites and local vaccine events.
- St. Louis City – At this time, the City of St. Louis Department of Health will vaccinate anyone between the ages of 12 and 18. A parent must be present for individuals under 18.
- St. Charles County – the Department of Public Health offers vaccinations to anyone ages 5 and older. Children receive the Pediatric Pfizer COVID vaccine.
- Covidvaccine.mo.gov – Find Pediatric providers for Children ages 5-11. You can also view Pediatric Covid-19 Vaccine Facts on this site.
- dph.illinois.gov – Find COVID-19 Vaccination for Young People FAQs.
- cdc.gov – As always, the CDC provides the latest information on COVID-19 and vaccinations, including a resource page for children with links to find local vaccination clinics.
- More tips – You can also contact your pediatrician to see if they can administer the vaccine or help you understand available options for your children. Your child’s school may also have tips and resources for students and families.