City of Lincoln and Lancaster County Coronavirus (COVID-19) - How to Help
COVID-19 Vaccine Information
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.
COVID-19 Vaccine Registration
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A safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine plays a critical role in providing protection against the virus, preventing illness and saving lives. Every resident is encouraged to get vaccinated as soon as vaccine is available to them. Sign up now to be notified when it's your turn.
Due to a limited supply, health officials are vaccinating people in phases. As supply increases, more people will be able to receive the vaccine.
Phases & Tiers
Following State guidelines, LLCHD is using a system to vaccinate groups that have high risk of exposure to COVID-19 or of becoming very sick from the disease. The phases below may be revised as new information becomes available.
- Long-term Care Staff & Residents
- First Responders (firefighters, police, adult/child welfare) Currently Eligible
- Utilities Currently Eligible
- Homeless Shelter Staff Currently Eligible
- Corrections Staff Currently Eligible
- Educators Currently Eligible
- Support Staff
- Funeral Homes, Coroners
- Food Processing
- Gas stations
- U.S. Postal Service
- Public Transit
- Congregate living (residential treatments, corrections, homeless shelters)
- Ages 50-64
- Ages 16-49
Lancaster County residents can track the progress of COVID-19 vaccine efforts at lincoln.ne.gov/COVID19dashboard.
Vaccinating Lancaster County’s entire population will take time. Health officials stress that residents must continue to protect themselves, their loved ones, and their community by wearing masks, watching their distance, washing hands, and avoiding crowded places, close contact and confined spaces.