Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information and Updates

COVID Vaccinations (Healthcare, 1st Responders, & 75+)

Citizens of Anniston, those who are 75 years or older in Calhoun County can now come to the Anniston City Meeting Center (1615 Noble Street Anniston, AL 36201) until 3PM today (1/5/2021), as well as from 7AM to 3PM this Wednesday (1/6/2021) and Thursday (1/7/2021) to receive the COVID-19 #Vaccine.

Due to meeting the need of Alabama Department of Public Health’s Vaccine Allocation Plan priority group 1a, the joint vaccination site at the Anniston City Meeting Center has been #Expanded to the subset of group 1b that includes ONLY those in Calhoun County that are 75 YEARS OR OLDER.

Please note, first responders and healthcare workers can still receive the vaccine on the days listed above as well.

➡️ To view the Alabama Department of Public Health’s full Vaccination Allocation #Plan, with descriptions of each phase, please follow this link:

📳 For Questions, please call the Health Department at: 1-800-270-7268.
All Calhoun County First Responders, Healthcare Workers, and those individuals age 75 and older may come to the Anniston City Meeting Center from 7:00am until 3:00pm on the following dates, in-order to receive the COVID-19 Vaccine:
➡️ Tuesday (Jan. 5th) | 7:00AM until 3:00PM
➡️ Wednesday (Jan. 6th) | 7:00AM until 3:00PM
➡️ Thursday (Jan. 7th) | 7:00AM until 3:00PM
1️⃣ The supplies are #Limited and are first come first serve.
2️⃣ No appointment needed.
3️⃣ The vaccines are free of charge.
Thank you!


Jan 05 2021


7:00 am - 3:00 pm

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10 Responses

  1. Why can’t Calhoun County Health department take appointments like other counties and protect our senior citizens? Asking them to come out in adverse weather conditions and stand in line for a vaccine while being exposed to numerous people is not a very smart move. My parents drove over 25 minutes to get there on Thursday they arrived before 7:00 to be told that all the slots available had been taken. Poor,poor planning and awfully sad.

    1. You do not have to make an appointment. If you got your 1st dose at the meeting center, you can just go to get your second on the corresponding day. No Appt required!

  2. When will Calhoun County be administering COVID vaccines for teachers? Talladega County is already vaccinating their teachers. Why are we so behind?

    1. The state of Alabama department of public health does not allow for entities to vaccinate outside of the current phase. Teachers are eligible starting Feb 8th. We will have sites available next week for this expanded vaccine group, and details should be available this afternoon on those sites. Thank you!

    1. It is often hard to reach someone. I would advise getting with the Calhoun County EMA for questions instead, at: 256-435-0540

    1. At this time, you may try to make an appointment through our local health department by contacting this number: 256-237-7523.

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