COVID-19 Monovalent Vaccine Update 

Due to the end of the COVID emergency declaration, vaccines are no longer free and manufacturers will charge for them. Most insurers WILL cover the cost of vaccination, so if you have insurance, your vaccine will likely still be free and available through your healthcare provider or local pharmacy.

With the switch to commercialization, Warren County Health Department will ONLY be able to vaccinate people who are uninsured or underinsured (their insurance doesn’t cover vaccination). We will have a VERY LIMITED supply available once vaccine has been delivered. If you don’t have insurance or your insurance doesn’t cover vaccination, Walgreen’s and CVS pharmacy will have vaccine available for you as well through the Bridge Program.

Remember OPEN GYM? It’s BACK!  Click here for link to register


We have a NEW app for the Health Department!  Download from the App Store or Google Play on your phone today to get access to our forms, permits, community classes, food recall for Warren County stores, restaurant inspection results and more!!  Be sure to enable push notifications after you download.  Scan the QR code with your phones camera for a quick link to download.



Wright City – 3rd Tuesday of the month at Immanuel United Church of Christ  11-12

Warrenton – 1st Thursday of the month at Warren County Senior Center  11:30-12:30

Warren County Health Department in Warrenton (Walk-In on Mon-Fri, 8-12 & 1-4)


Want to know what you should do if you test positive for COVID-19 or you are exposed to a positive case? 

Find your answer below by scanning the QR code or go to the website linked below to access the


Report “At-Home” Positive COVID-19 Test Results by clicking below

Moderna or Pfizer COVID-19 Shots FREE

Call for appointment 636-456-7474



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