St. Luke’s Hospital will move COVID-19 vaccine clinic to Chesterfield Mall

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Respiratory therapist Chastity White, pictured above, is the first health-care worker at St. Luke’s to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

St. Luke’s Hospital will relocate its COVID-19 vaccine clinic from its campus to a new location on the upper level of Chesterfield Mall near Macy’s, which could help the hospital system expand its vaccine capacity, the hospital system announced Friday. The relocation date is targeted for early April as the space is prepared to accommodate medical services.

While demand of vaccines continues to outpace supply, the larger space at Chesterfield Mall offers more flexibility for St. Luke’s to increase its vaccination capacity and better serve the community as vaccine supply increases over time.

Vaccine doses are administered by appointment only to individuals on St. Luke’s waiting list in the populations currently eligible to receive the vaccine in Missouri. St. Luke’s COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic is unable to accommodate walk-in requests.

To pre-register, visit lukesvaccine.com. If an individual is not in a population currently eligible to receive the vaccine, they are encouraged to preregister. When they become eligible to receive the vaccine, St. Luke’s will send them an appointment invitation via email if the vaccine clinic has doses and appointments available.

Updates regarding the vaccine clinic relocation will be provided on lukesvaccine.com.