Health department has April openings for vaccinations at Extension Office
By Ashli McCarty, Barren River Health

Posted on March 31, 2021 4:30 PM

The Barren River District Health Department has multiple COVID-19 vaccination appointments available at the following upcoming regional vaccination clinics: April 10 at Caverna Elementary and the Logan County Extension Office; April 17 at Caverna Elementary and the WKU Center for Research and Development; and April 21 at Caverna Elementary and the UK Extension Office in Russellville.


We are currently administering COVID-19 vaccines for individuals 18 years of age and older in all 8 of our county clinics. Effective March 24, our agency will schedule appointments for April for 18 years of age and older. Due to vaccine supply, vaccine clinics will occur on specific days for each county. Once the appointments are full for April, we will schedule appointments again in mid-April for the month of May.

To schedule an appointment online:

*Visit There is a link available on our website home page at

Select the correct County Service from the dropdown menu under Book Appointment online.

*Select the date.

*Available timeslots will be listed, click Load More to show ALL available timeslots for that day.

*After clicking the timeslot you want, on the appointment details screen click “Book Now”. *

You will be prompted to enter an email address or sign in…enter an email address. If you do not have an email address, please call us for assistance.

*Enter first and last name, then enter a password and click Submit.

*Next, enter your cell phone number and click Submit. You will receive a passcode on your cell phone, enter that passcode on the website and click Submit.

*Finally, click Confirm Booking and you are all set!

If you do not have internet access and do not have someone to assist you with the online process, please call the Barren River District Health Department between 8:00am to 4:30pm Monday-Friday at 270-781-8039 and press option 1.

The KY COVID-19 Hotline (800) 722-5725 can answer general COVID-19 vaccine questions.

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