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Shelby County is now vaccinating everyone ages 6 months and older. 

COVID-19 Vaccination in Shelby County

Shelby County Health Department COVID-19 Update:

If you have tested positive or had close contact with someone who has tested positive, please follow these isolation and quarantine instructions from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Vaccinations: Everyone age 6 months and older is eligible to be vaccinated against COVID-19. To find out if you are eligible to receive a booster dose, use this web tool:

To find a vaccination site near you, go to and enter your zip code, or check with your vaccine provider for availability. 

Important links:

SCHD recommends that you follow CDC guidance on vaccinations (including boosters), testing, and wearing masks:


Testing for COVID-19 – Updated Mar. 22, 2022


Stay Up to Date with Your COVID-19 Vaccines // When Are You Up to Date? – Updated Apr. 21, 2022


How to Protect Yourself & Others – Updated Feb. 25, 2022


Your Guide to Masks / Wear a Mask to Protect Yourself and Others – Updated Aug. 12, 2021



Media Inquiries: If members of the media have any questions about COVID-19 or the great work of the Shelby County Health Department, please contact the Health Department’s Public Information Officer at (901) 222-9010 or [email protected].


Frequently Asked Questions

See our full list of frequently asked questions here.

COVID-19 vaccines are effective at keeping you from getting COVID-19, especially severe illness and death. Vaccines are safe, effective, and free!

(CDC) Vaccines: What You Need to Know

  • For the best protection, everyone is recommended to stay up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines.
  • Search, text your zip code to 438829, or call 1-800-232-0233 to find COVID-19 vaccine locations near you.

An effective early treatment is available for persons who test positive and have the following risk factors:

  • Anyone over age 12 with obesity, chronic kidney disease, diabetes, or whose immunity is compromised by disease or prescription treatments.
  • Anyone age 12-17 with sickle cell disease; neuromuscular disorder; dependence on medical intervention, such as a breathing or feeding tube; or a lung disorder such as asthma that requires daily medication.
  • Anyone over age 55 with cardiovascular disease, hypertension, COPD or other chronic respiratory disease.
  • Anyone over age 65.

If you test positive, and have any of these risk factors, ask your health care provider about early COVID-19 treatments.

Meet Your Shelby County Joint Task Force Team

Mayor Lee Harris

Mayor of Shelby County

Michelle A. Taylor, MD, DRPH, MPA

Director of Shelby County Health Department

and many more…

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