The Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are currently authorized for those aged 18 and up. The Pfizer vaccine is currently FDA approved and authorized for those aged 12 and up. If you are vaccinated, it is strongly encouraged that you wear a mask when indoors or around others who may be unvaccinated. If you are unvaccinated, please remain vigilant, wear a mask, and take all precautions, to avoid another surge in cases.
Third Dose Booster
COVID-19 Vaccine booster shots are available for all individuals ages 18 and older after completion of primary vaccination with any FDA-authorized or approved COVID-19 vaccine. Source
Find a Vaccine
Additional Local Vaccination Locations
Saint Francis Medical Center
Vaccination appointments are available at Saint Francis Medical Center, Monday through Friday:
Healing Arts Pharmacy
211 Saint Francis Drive
Cape Girardeau, MO
Please call 573-381-5958 to schedule an appointment.
SoutheastHEALTH is offering Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine clinics every Tuesday and Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. in Suite 120 at Southeast Medical Plaza located at 1723 Broadway in Cape. You must have an appointment. Walk-ins will not be accepted. To schedule your vaccine, please call 573-519-4522.
How Can You Help?
Even as more people are vaccinated, our community will remain vulnerable until at least 70% of our population receives the vaccine. Local Health Departments continue to coordinate with local healthcare partners to ensure vaccine is distributed as quickly as possible to all who are interested.
You can help our community reach our goal by doing the following:
Spread the word that the vaccine is key to getting back to normal
Encouraging friends, family and coworkers to sign up for vaccine
If people have questions about the vaccine, encourage them to seek information from reputable sources such as the Health Department, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local healthcare organizations
Get the Facts
Making sure you have the facts about the COVID-19 vaccine is important. Your choice to get vaccinated can make a positive impact not only for you and your family, but your entire community.
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