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Second dose COVID-19 vaccines canceled on or before Friday, Feb. 19

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Individuals who had appointments to receive their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine before Feb. 19, but have not yet received the second dose are encouraged to use this link to register for their second dose at Once registered and vaccines are available, email notifications will alert individuals when the new appointment can be scheduled.

First dose COVID-19 vaccines, Phase 1 a-c

Beneficiaries in Phase 1c or individuals in Phase 1a or b, who have not received the vaccine, may now go to to sign up to receive the COVID vaccine from BACH. By using this platform, it places individuals who signed up on a waitlist. When the vaccine becomes available, the hospital team will send an email to qualified individuals, and then patients can select a specific date and time to receive the vaccine.

Phase 1a includes healthcare providers, healthcare support personnel, emergency services, and public safety personnel employed on Fort Campbell.
Phase 1b includes critical national capabilities, personnel preparing to deploy to locations outside the United States, authorized beneficiaries aged 75 and older and frontline essential workers. Frontline essential workers include DoDEA teachers & support staff), Child & Youth Services staff, DoD postal service staff, DoD public transit workers, and Commissary and other installation food service or agricultural workers.
Phase 1c includes individuals age 16 and older with one or more high-risk health factors in their medical record, such as cancer, chronic kidney disease, COPD, Down syndrome, heart conditions, immunocompromised state from solid organ transplant, obesity, pregnancy, sickle cell disease, smoking, or Type 2 diabetes mellitus.

Click here for Frequently asked questions and answers about COVID vaccines for high risk beneficiaries.

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