Additional Details Released On Upcoming Mass Vaccination Event In Osage Beach

COVID 19 Health Local News Tuesday, February 9th, 2021

A mass COVID-19 vaccination event’s coming up on Sunday, but it’s not for everybody.

“If you do come to the event, and you do not have an appointment…you will be turned away. You will not get a vaccine unless you have an appointment.”

Sam Henley’s the Assistant Director of the Emergency Management Agency of Camden County.

Henley tells KRMS News if you do have an appointment you should arrive 15 minutes ahead of your scheduled vaccination and if you have not yet registered because you don’t have access to a computer, they will gladly help you out on the phone.

“For the people who don’t have access to a computer, and can’t really get into that area…you can give us a call at the EMA office. If you are older, we would be more than happier to fill out the information and get you onto the list.”

KRMS News will keep you posted on any changes that might occur due to the weather.

For now the vaccination is set to happen at School of the Osage on Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm.


Subject: Missouri National Guard Mass Vaccination Event hosted by Camden County

On February 14, 2021, Camden County will be hosting our first Missouri National Guard Mass Vaccination Event from 10 am to 6 pm at the School of the Osage in Osage Beach.

This effort is a joint operation with the Missouri National Guard, School of the Osage, Miller, Camden and Morgan County Health Departments, Lake Regional Health System, Central Ozarks Medical Center, Miller and Camden Counties EMS, Fire, and Law Enforcement agencies, Miller and Camden County Emergency Management Agencies, Camden County Community Emergency Response Team, and additional support agencies.

This event will be by appointment ​ONLY​. Please make sure you are registered with Lake Regional Health Service at ​​ and wait for a call to schedule an appointment. If you arrive without an appointment, you will ​NOT ​​receive the vaccine, per Lake Regional Health Service. LRHS has a call center in operation. Their operators are calling people on the list to provide an appointment time for vaccination.

Please arrive ​no earlier than 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment​. If possible, please visit our website and print out the consent form, fill it out, sign and date it, to have it ready for the nurses. Paper masks will be provided on location if you do not have one. If you do not qualify in this round of mass vaccinations, you will be on a future list. To determine if you qualify for this round, please visit LRHS’s website or visit Camden County Emergency Management Agency’s website at ​​ to view guidelines.

For questions regarding this press release, please contact Camden County, MO EMA Assistant EMD Sam Henley at 573-346-7108.

COVID 19 Health Local News Tuesday, February 9th, 2021

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