COVID-19 Vaccinations

COVID-19 vaccine status

Updated 9:35 a.m. February 24

Rollout of the COVID‑19 vaccine is progressing in Missouri.

As of right now, we do not have the COVID-19 first dose. If you received your first dose at another location, you will need to get your second vaccine at the location you received your first. We will post here when we receive more COVID-19 vaccine.

The COVID-19 vaccine is free, there is a small federally approved administration fee which pays our staffing cost. This small administration fee is billed to your insurance which should pay the full charges. 

Who is eligible to be vaccinated?

Vaccines will be administered in the order determined by the State of Missouri.

The following phases have been activated by the state:

The State of Missouri has a complete overview of vaccine priority phases that we will follow.

The vaccine is available by appointment to employees and retirees and members of their households who meet the state criteria.

When vaccines are available, how do I schedule an appointment?

Sign up for COVID-19 vaccinations at Magers Health and Wellness Center will be completed through the MyHealth Portal.

Current employees and emeriti faculty and staff who have active accounts and can use MyHealth Portal to schedule an appointment. Passwords can be updated online.

​​​​​​​Non-emeriti retirees and family members can schedule an appointment using the Guest Link in MyHealth Portal.

Can I get vaccinated now?

Employees and retirees and members of their households who meet the criteria listed above are currently eligible to be vaccinated at Magers Health.

When the university has vaccines available, this page will be updated, and the COVID-19 Response Team will send an email about who qualifies to be vaccinated at that time.

A notification will also be included in the weekly faculty and staff newsletter, Inside Missouri State.

The COVID-19 vaccines are currently available to people who are eligible in the state’s current phases of vaccine distribution, but are in limited supply. Eligible groups include: healthcare workers, first responders, emergency service workers and certain high-risk individuals. Most people will receive the vaccine from their healthcare providers. You can sign up to receive updates at the links below. ​​​​​​​

​​​​​​​Jordan Valley Community Health Center: