City of Lincoln and Lancaster County Coronavirus (COVID-19) - How to Help

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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

A safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine plays a critical role in providing protection against the virus, preventing illness and saving lives. The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department (LLCHD) is following CDC and State of Nebraska guidelines to distribute the vaccine. We are committed to ensuring that everyone who lives, works or learns in Lincoln and Lancaster County can receive a vaccine. Sign up now to schedule an appointment to receive the vaccine.

All residents age 12 and older are currently eligible to currently eligible to receive the vaccine.

Upcoming Vaccine Clinics
  • Monday, June 21, Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department, 3131 “O” St. – first and second doses
  • Tuesday, June 22, Matt Talbot Kitchen and Outreach, 2121 N. 27th St. – first and second doses
  • Wednesday, June 23, Havelock Social Hall, 4538 N. 62nd St. – first and second doses; City Impact, 1035 N. 33rd St. – first and second doses
  • Thursday, June 24, Hickman Community Center, 115 Locust St., Hickman – first and second doses
  • Friday, June 25, Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department – first and second doses
  • Saturday, June 26, F Street Recreation Center, 1225 “F” St. – first and second doses
  • Monday, June 28, Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department – first and second doses
  • Tuesday, June 29, F Street Recreation Center – first and second doses
  • Wednesday, June 30, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 375 Lincoln St., Malcolm – first and second doses; Cristo Rey Church, 4221 “J” St. – first and second doses
  • Friday, July 2, Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department – first and second doses

Check availability and schedule your appointment.

COVID-19 Vaccine Registration and Scheduling

Sign up and schedule your appointment

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COVID-19 Variants

Viruses constantly change and a variant is a new form of a virus. Several COVID-19 variants have been found in the United States. These variants have been identified in Nebraska through special testing at the Nebraska Public Health Laboratory.

Total number of variants in Lancaster County: 184

  • B.1.427/B.1.429 – first identified in California, 21 cases
  • B.1.1.7 – first identified in the U.K., 144 cases
  • B.1.1.318 – first identified in the U.K., 1 case
  • B.1.351 – first identified in South Africa, 7 cases
  • B.1.617 – first identified in India, 9 cases
  • P.1 – first identified in Brazil, 2 cases

Variants can spread more easily and quickly and they can lead to more cases of COVID-19. It’s critical to continue to take preventive actions to control the spread of COVID-19 and its variants in our community, which includes getting the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as it’s available to you.

Data so far suggests the current vaccines should still provide protection against variants, although research is ongoing. Health officials strongly encourage residents to take these preventive actions to help slow the spread of COVID-19:

  • Wear a mask.
  • Watch your distance and stay at least six feet away from others.
  • Wash your hands.
  • Stay home if you’re sick.
  • Avoid crowded places, close contact and confined spaces.
  • Get vaccinated as soon as the COVID-19 vaccine is available to you.

To learn more about variants, visit Variants of the Virus that Causes COVID-19 - CDC.

You Are Fully Vaccinated. Now What?

You're considered fully vaccinated two weeks after your second dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or a single dose of Johnson and Johnson vaccine.

Learn more about what you can do once you're fully vaccinated and why it's important to keep taking precautions in many situations by visiting When You've Been Fully Vaccinated - CDC.

Lancaster County residents can track the progress of COVID-19 vaccine efforts at

COVID-19 Vaccine Information for You and Your Family