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COMMUNITY COVID-19 INFORMATION

SIGN UP FOR THE COVID-19 VACCINE!

Kentucky Regional Vaccination Center 

(Kentucky Horse Park, 4089 Iron Works Parkway – vaccines administered inside Alltech Arena on main pedestrian level. Follow directional signage)

  • Vaccinations will take place, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Thursdays through Saturdays – appointments are required. 
  • Sign-up online for an appointment, or call 1 (866) 211-5320.
  • Appointments will be open to those within phase 1A through 1C.
  • Golf cart transportation will be available for those who need assistance with mobility from their vehicle into the arena.
  • The vaccination location is operated by Kroger in partnership with the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

UK HealthCare

(Kroger Field, park in Blue Lot and follow directional signage)

  • Request to be vaccinated:
    • This location operates 9 a.m. – 7 p.m., Tuesday through Friday, and 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. on Saturdays. 
    • Priority will be given based on state phase guidelines, currently 1A through 1C.
    • After you’ve requested a vaccination, an invitation will be sent to the email address you provide – look for an email from UK HEALTHCARE VACCINATIONS.
    • Once receiving the invitation, respond as quickly as possible.
    • Approximately 12,500 vaccinations are administered each week at Kroger Field. This number may increase as more vaccine doses become available.
    • Vaccinations are only available with an appointment.
    • For those who cannot access online tools, or need assistance, call (859) 218-0111.
  • For more information, visit ukvaccine.org.
  • If you are credentialed to provide vaccinations, please consider volunteering in a clinical or non-clinical position at this location. If you are interested, sign-up to volunteer here.
  • If you are a UK faculty member, staff member or student, you can find information on vaccination plans online.
  • Lexington-Fayette County Health Department
    • Providing vaccinations for those in phases 1A – 1C through appointment-only vaccination clinics as available.
      • Dates and times of those clinics will be announced by the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department.
      • No walk-ins will be accepted.
      • The clinics will be limited to those 18 and older who live in or work in Lexington.
      • To learn more, go to www.lfchd.org/vaccine
    • Phase 1B (70 + years old) Notification Form: If you are 70 and older, you can receive notifications about future clinics by providing information at COVID-19 Vaccination Notification Form. If you receive your first dose from Lexington-Fayette County Health Department, you will be contacted about scheduling your second dose.Know this is NOT a guarantee of getting the vaccination. This is a way to be notified about future vaccination clinics as they become available. If you have questions, call (859) 899-2222 or email [email protected].
    • The ability to get vaccinated will require an appointment.
  • Walgreens Pharmacies – Federal Partner Sites
    • Appointments are required to be vaccinated.
    • Visit here to see if you’re eligible and to schedule your appointment at available locations. Individuals will need to set up a Walgreens account to sign up.
    • Locations include:
      • 101 East Reynolds Road
      • 260 East New Circle Road
      • 878 East High Street
      • 2001 Harrodsburg Road
      • 2209 Richmond Road
      • 2284 Versailles Road
      • 2290 Nicholasville Road
      • 2700 Richmond Road
      • 3001 Pink Pigeon Way
      • 3120 Pimlico Parkway, #178
      • 3735 Palomar Centre Drive, Suite 80
      • 3813 Dylan Place
      • 4101 Tates Creek Centre Drive, Suite 156
      • 6401 Polo Club Lane
    • Vaccine quantities are limited.
  • Baptist Health Lexington, Lexington Green (116 Lexington Green Circle)
  • Lexington VA Health Care System,
  • Bowling Campus (1101 Veterans Drive)
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  • UK HealthCare Mobile Pop-Up Vaccination Units (Various Locations)
    • The University of Kentucky, the state, and the City are working together to begin offering outreach clinics every Saturday targeting underserved areas.
    • 500 vaccine doses are being allocated by the Kentucky Department of Public Health each weekend for these clinics.
    • The purpose of these pop-up locations is to provide more equitable access to vaccinations to those in underserved communities.
    • Community organizations are working with UK to identify and invite those who will receive shots each weekend.
    • Walk-up appointments or people not scheduled in advance will not be permitted.
    • UK and UK HealthCare staff the clinics.
    • Materials will be provided to patients during their post-vaccine observation period focused on promoting the importance of getting vaccinated among their networks.

Lexington COVID-19 Statistics as of Apr 24, 2021

statistical information provided by lexingtonhealthdepartment.org

34,350

NUMBER OF CONFIRMED CASES

304

NUMBER OF DEATHS REPORTED

Kentucky COVID-19 Statistics as of Apr 24, 2021

441,166

NUMBER OF CONFIRMED CASES

6,459

NUMBER OF DEATHS REPORTED


LINKS & PHONE NUMBERS



KYCOVID19.KY.GOV  | Kentucky COVID19 Hotline: (800) 722-5725




LEXINGTON-FAYETTE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT: COVID-19 Page | COVID-19 Call Center Phone Line: (859) 899-2222




BEREADYLEXINGTON.COM




CITY OF LEXINGTON: COVID-19 Response Page | Call 311 or 859-425-2255 for food or basic assistance (multilingual)


CIVIC LEX: Lexington COVID-19 Community Info Hub


COMMUNITY RESPONSE COALITION OF KENTUCKY (CRC): COVID-19 Resources | 1-800-674-9217, extension “0” (multilingual)


KENTUCKY REFUGEE MINISTRIES: COVID-19 Response and Translated Resources(multilingual)


UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY HEALTHCARE: COVID-19 Question-and-Answer

 


• Call 311 or 859-425-2255 in Spanish or any other language to get help with food or other basic needs due to the COVID-19 crisis.


• Call 859-899-2222 in Spanish or other languages for questions about COVID-19 (Health Department of Lexington).


• Call 911 for ambulance emergency, criminal or domestic violence situations.


Injecting disinfectants is dangerous and can lead to death. If you are unsure of what is safe, or if someone you know injects disinfectant call 911 and/or the Kentucky poison control center:1-800-222-1222.


Broadcast Volunteers
• Jiae Ahn- Korean
• Eunjung Bae- Korean
• Meenu Batra- Hindi
• Moaz Bulbul- Arabic
• Carolyn Burnette- English
• Chisaki B.- Japanese
• David Carpenter- Japanese
• Yukie Cooper- Japanese
• Miki W. Duke- Japanese
• Hyo Jin Han- Korean
• Misa Ito- Japanese
• Takae Ito- Japanese
• Vincent Maggard- English
• Huajing X. Maske, UK Confucius Institute- Chinese
• Yuri Misa- Japanese
• Makoto Ono- Japanese
• Marta Roller- Spanish
• Kate Savage- English
• Anelia Shimansky- Russian
• Min Son- Korean
• Amy Su- Japanese
• Kazushi Takahashi- Japanese
• Dr. Akiko Takenaka, UK History Department- Japanese
• Paul Tillier- French
• Shuntella Whitfield- English
• Sanida Palavra Wolfe- Bosnian
• Shasha Wu, UK Confucius Institute- Chinese
• Guilin Zhang, UK Confucius Institute- Chinese
• Lei Zhao, UK Confucius Institute- Chinese
 

Translation Volunteers
• Jiae Ahn- Korean
• Eunjung Bae- Korean
• Meenu Batra- Hindi
• Rania Belmadani- Arabic
• Moaz Bulbul- Arabic
• Chisaki B.- Japanese
• David Carpenter- Japanese
• Yukie Cooper- Japanese
• Miki W. Duke- Japanese
• Hyo Jin Han- Korean
• Gana Hooker- Mongolian
• Claudia Hopenhayn- Spanish
• Misa Ito- Japanese
• Takae Ito- Japanese
• Samira Khorshidi- Persian
• Jason Knapp- Spanish
• Namhee Lin- Korean
• Huajing X. Maske, UK Confucius Institute- Chinese
• Yuri Misa- Japanese
• Shivani Nandi- Japanese
• Faye Natour- Arabic
• Anna Nguyen- Vietnamese
• Makoto Ono- Japanese
• Lilly Pankiv- Russian and Ukrainian
• Nidia Pecol- Spanish
• Alisa Pifine- Louisville Catholic Charities volunteers- French
• Marta Roller- Spanish
• Anelia Shimansky- Russian
• Min Son- Korean
• Amy Su- Japanese
• Kazushi Takahashi- Japanese
• Dr. Akiko Takenaka, UK History Department- Japanese
• Paul Tillier- French
• Basel Touchan- Arabic
• Sanida Palavra Wolfe- Bosnian
• Shasha Wu, UK Confucius Institute- Chinese
• Guilin Zhang, UK Confucius Institute- Chinese
• Lei Zhao, UK Confucius Institute- Chinese

Advisors & Other Volunteers
• Buddha Adhikari, former President Nepali-Bhutanese organization
• Dr. Rusty Barrett, UK Department of Linguistics Professor
• Dr. Rania Belmadani, French and Arabic, Global Lex
• David Carpenter, Japanese American Society of KY
• Mary Cobb, KY Refugee Ministries Director
• Srikant Dharwad, President Bluegrass Indo-American Civic Society
• Susy Esquivel, Realtor
• Hamza Foy, Civic Engagement Committee Member, Guiding Light Islamic Center
• Lynn Fors, Access Language Solutions
• Kevin Hall, Lexington-Fayette County Health Department
• Dr. Nkongolo Kalala, Mayor’s International Commission President 
• Dr. Jean Claude Luhere, MD and pandemic expert
• Dr. Huajing Maske, Executive Director UK Confucius Institute 
• Kinsey T. Morrison, Office of the Governor
• Kashoro Nyenyezi
• Dominique Olbert, President of Community Response Coalition of Kentucky
• Dr. Janeth Ceballos Osorio
• Yolanda Pinilla, Global Lex
• Jennifer Reynolds, Lexington City Council, District 11
• Dar-es-Salaam, generously translated Swahili from his home in Tanzania!
• Mizari Suarez
• Dr. Alex Tambwe
• Isabel Gereda Taylor, Office of the Mayor and Global Lex
• Dr. Changzheng Wang, former President of Chinese American Association of Kentucky and KY State University professor
• Zhishi Wit Wang and fellow Chinese community members
• Berezi Zabala, Global Lex intern
 
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This page is made possible in part through support from the

CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE FUND

a joint effort of

United Way of the Bluegrass

and Blue Grass Community Foundation

Blue Grass Community Foundation

This page is also made possible in part by the Rex Chapman Foundation COVID-19 Relief Fund

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