This message isn’t new, but we know that these simple steps — mask up, back up, wash up and vax up — are some of the most effective actions everyone can take to protect themselves and others from COVID-19.
Effective April 5, all Nevadans ages 16 and older are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. They’re safe, effective, free, and available at Southern Nevada Health District and community partner locations throughout Clark County.
Transportation Assistance to Vaccination Sites
The Southern Nevada Health District and Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) are working together to assist people in our communities who may have transportation issues or limited access to COVID-19 vaccination sites. Learn about the transportation options.
Homebound Vaccination Services
People age 18+ who are homebound, including those who need medical equipment to leave their home or are bedridden, can call 702-455-0696 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule services. The Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) vaccine will be administered through this program.
The COVID-19 vaccination process can be very confusing. Each county has their own rollout plan with different vaccine locations and sign-up processes and there are scams. Please help a senior navigate the system and secure their vaccine. Even if it’s not yet your turn to get vaccinated, you can help end this pandemic.
Nevada is prioritizing how the COVID-19 vaccine is distributed to ensure that the people most at risk of serious illness or dying get protected first. Soon it will be your turn to get the vaccine — which requires two separate shots — so it’s time to get ready. COVID-19 vaccines are free of charge.
Don’t let transportation stop you from getting your COVID-19 vaccine. MTM can provide same-day rides to your vaccination site. Anyone who is eligible to receive non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) can get a ride to get their vaccine: Medicaid Fee-for-Service and Managed Care Organization recipients.