If you lost your vaccination card and need the information for work, travel, or personal interest, you can obtain a copy of your immunization records from the Nevada WebIZ Public Access Portal. Answer a few quick questions and immediately download your record. Visit https://izrecord.nv.gov. If additional assistance is needed, call 702-759-INFO(4636)
If you are in one of the groups that is currently being offered the vaccine, you can schedule an appointment. If you are not in a group that is currently able to receive the vaccine, we will be updating information as soon as more vaccine is available and additional groups are eligible to receive it.
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Vaccine provided by the Southern Nevada Health District will be provided at no cost at this time. If you have insurance, your provider will be charged only for the cost of administering the vaccine. You will not receive a bill for the vaccine. If you are vaccinated at another provider, it is important to know they may charge an administration fee for giving the vaccine to you. This fee can be reimbursed by your insurance or Medicare/Medicaid.
Wearing a mask is recommended if you are not [...]
Currently, there are three vaccines authorized for use and available in Southern Nevada. The Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are a two-dose series. If you receive either of these vaccines, you will need to receive the second dose three to four weeks after your first dose, depending on the vaccine product you received. If you receive the Janssen vaccine you will only need one dose of the vaccine. All three vaccines are safe and highly effective.