Second doses of vaccine on their way, Shelby County Health Department says

Shelby County, Tenn. — Second doses of COVID-19 vaccines on their way to Shelby County, according to the health department.

Citizens who got vaccinated at the health department’s drive-thru sites at Sycamore View Road and Lindenwood Christian Church between December 28 and January 3 will be able to get their second vaccine shot as early as January 27.

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The second round of vaccinations will be held at multiple locations, the health department said.

If you signed up for a text notification from the Shelby County Health Department’s vaccination hotline when you got your first shot, expect a text notification with sign up information on the morning of January 25.

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If you do not have internet access and need to make an appointment, you can call the health department’s vaccine hotline at 901-222-SHOT as early as Monday.

The hotline will be staffed seven days a week from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.

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First dose vaccinations will resume during the second week of February, the health department said.

To stay on top of the latest vaccine information from the Shelby County Health Department, visit their website here.