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.
The goal is to
vaccinate Nebraska and to inform and encourage all residents who are eligible to get vaccinated when it's their turn.
The COVID-19 vaccine will be free to any resident who wants it. Nebraska moves through vaccination phases by aligning to federal priorities while empowering local vaccine providers with the flexibility to move to the next priority group as they complete phases and have vaccine supply available. Although supplies will be limited at first, while you are waiting for your phase to be announced, you should visit this site often for valuable information that will help you be ready when your phase opens.
Registration for vaccination can be completed on the state portal.
Nebraska residents are now able to register for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Registration is not on a first come, first served basis. DHHS is working with local health departments to migrate registrations into the state portal. Nebraskans who are
65 and older who registered with a local health department, do not need to register a second time. However, those who are
18 to 64 who have a high-risk medical condition are asked to register using this site to ensure proper prioritization.
Family members and caregivers are encouraged to assist with vaccine sign-up if needed.
Materials in multiple languages are coming soon.
Vaccine appointments are for Nebraska residents only. If you are not a Nebraska resident please register with your state of residency as we will be unable to assist non-residents.
If technology, language or access is a problem ask a friend or relative to register for you or call the
Nebraska COVID-19 Vaccination Info Line.
Relay calls for deaf and hard of hearing and Language Line access is available.
REGISTER at Vaccinate.NE.Gov
Use these printable materials to share valuable information and to help us all Finish Strong, Nebraska!
Are you a current or future provider or host of a COVID-19 vaccination site? Help us promote the Finish Strong Nebraska campaign and use these printable stickers for those who have been vaccinated.
You may still have a lot of questions about the safety of the COVID-19 vaccine and why you should consider getting it. DHHS is committed to ensuring that accurate and credible information is shared with residents in order to allow everyone to make an informed decision.
Immunologist Dr. Kizzmekia Corbett was one of the lead researchers on the team that developed the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. Listen to a talk she gave to MIT on the vaccine.
Frequently Asked Question about the Johnson and Johnson Vaccine
The Immunization Program at DHHS is working to ensure that the vaccine is quickly distributed to Nebraska's populations most at risk as identified by ACIP. DHHS Division of Public Health Administrator Sara Morgan spoke with Cathy Wyatt of NET's Consider This about the state's efforts as it works through Phase 1B.
DHHS Immunization Program