QUINCY – The Adams County Health Department is hosting three walk-in COVID-19 vaccination clinics this week.

The clinics will be providing the Johnson & Johnson vaccine for those who attend, though there will be an option for the Pfizer vaccine if someone wants it instead.

Clinics are set for:


• 9-11a.m.: Cathedral of Worship (215 N. 25th, Quincy)


• 9-11 a.m.: Cathedral of Worship (215 N. 25th, Quincy)

• 2-4 p.m.: Quincy Senior and Family Resource Center (639 York Quincy) Note: This is a drive-thru event

Also this week, the Health Department’s drive-thru COVID-19 testing site will be moving from the Oakley-Lindsay Center parking lot starting Tuesday. Testing will move to the Health Department’s parking lot at 330 Vermont St. Hours for the site will be 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Starting Monday, residents wishing to receive a vaccination may do so through the Adams County Health Department’s outreach events, by calling the Health Department at 217-222-8440 and scheduling a vaccine appointment, or by contacting their established medical office. Patients of Blessing may call 217-214-9626, while patients of Quincy Medical Group may call 217-222-6550 ext. 6802. SIU patients may call 217-224-9484 to schedule a vaccine appointment. Individuals seeking a second dose of vaccine after receiving their first dose out of the area may also contact the Adams County Health Department to make arrangements.

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