Vaccinations play a critical role in protecting Nebraskans against COVID-19 as well as slowing the spread of the virus. DHHS, local health departments, and various community partners work collectively to plan, execute, and maintain access for all Nebraskans to COVID-19 vaccines.
Cooperatively, this plan has been developed to ensure that inclusion, transparency, and using sound evidence-based processes to create a vaccination plan. As the virus and vaccine evolve so will planning efforts. This plan is a living document that will be revised as needed.
State of Nebraska COVID-19 Vaccination PlanUPDATED: 2/22/2021
Vaccine Information For Health Care Providers
Finish Strong Nebraska is the state's official COVID-19 vaccination campaign and supports the state's efforts to end the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic in order to return to normal.
You can also register for the COVID-19 vaccine from the Finish Strong page.
In the latest of this scheduled series of Facebook Live sessions addressing COVID-19 vaccination topics, DHHS CEO Dannette R. Smith discusses COVID-19's potential impact on the health of pregnant women with Dr. Emily Patel, a maternal-fetal medicine specialist at Methodist Women's Hospital.
At the end, this video will continue into a playlist showing previous sessions in the series.
This webinar introduces the new program, Partnering for Vaccine Equity, which supports national, medical, non-profit, academic, faith-based, and community-based organizations in their work to increase vaccine confidence and vaccine uptake.
Subtitles and transcripts are available in English, Spanish, Korean, Vietnamese and Simplified Chinese.
The recording and more information is also available on the Partnering for Vaccine Equity program website.
Use your smartphone to tell CDC about any side effects after getting the COVID-19 vaccine. You'll also get reminders if you need a second vaccine dose.
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