COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Total Vaccine Doses Administered by CCHD

Updated: 09/13/2022
Vaccine 1st Dose 2nd Dose 3rd Dose Booster 2nd Booster Total
Pfizer (12+)
8,789
8,461
178
2,956
735
21,119
Moderna (12+)
2,291
2,273
153
1,551
648
6,916
Pediatric Pfizer (5-11)
244
211
0
23
N/A
478
Pediatric Pfizer (6m-4y)
6
1
0
N/A
N/A
7
Pediatric Moderna (6m-4y)
1
0
0
N/A
N/A
1
Novavax (12+)
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
Total
11,331
10,946
331
4,530
1,383
28,521
All data on the chart above marked N/A is not approved by the FDA or the State of Missouri and not offered by the Cass County Health Department.

Harrisonville Clinic

The Cass County Health Department offers COVID-19 vaccinations from 8:30a.m.–4p.m. Monday-Friday at the new clinic location at  1411 S Commercial St, in Harrisonville.  Call 816-380-8425 to schedule an appointment.

  • Appointment required
  • Vaccines available:  
    • Pediatric Pfizer (ages 5-11)
    • Pediatric Pfizer (6 month - 4 years)
    • Pediatric Moderna (6 month - 5 years)
    • Pfizer (12 and older)
    • Moderna (12 and older)
    • Novavax (12 and older)

The Cass County Health Department will soon have Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech bivalent COVID-19 vaccines available. The authorized bivalent COVID-19 vaccines, or 'updated boosters', include components of the original strain and the omicron variant BA.4 and BA.5 lineages to provide better protection against COVID-19.

Check back here and on our Facebook page for updates and for information about when we will begin scheduling appointments. 

Bivalent Vaccine Now Available

The updated bivalent COVID 19 vaccine is now being offered by the Cass County Health Department. This change comes as COVID 19 continues to develop more strains such as the Omicron strain. The bivalent vaccine was designed to offer protection against both the Omicron BA.4/BA.5 variants as well as the original SARS-CoV-2 variant. The Moderna bivalent COVID 19 vaccine is being offered to those 18+ as a single booster. The Pfizer bivalent COVID 19 vaccine is being offered to those 12+ as a single booster. 

For a vaccination appointment please call 816-380-8425

Moderna 

  • Moderna has received full approval for ages 18+
  • 2-dose primary series- 1st dose and 2nd dose at least 28 days apart.
  • A bivalent booster dose may be administrated to those 18 and older 2 months after the last dose in the primary series or 2 months after a previous monovalent booster. 
  • Severely or moderately immune compromised adults 12 years and older may receive a 3rd dose at least  28 days from the 2nd dose date
  • Patients who develop myocarditis or pericarditis (within 3 weeks of any dose of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine) should not receive any further doses of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine unless a risk assessment shows it should still be administered.
  • Patients no longer need to wait 90 days after passive antibody therapy for COVID-19 to receive a vaccine dose.

State’s standing order for Moderna COVID-19 vaccine administration

 Pfizer

  • Pfizer has received full approval for ages 12+
  • 2-dose primary series-1st dose and 2nd dose at least 21 days apart.
  • A bivalent booster dose may be administrated 2 months after the last dose in the primary series or 2 months after a previous monovalent booster. 
  • Severely or moderately immune compromised patients 12 years and older may receive a 3rd dose at least  28 days from the 2nd dose date
  • Patients who develop myocarditis or pericarditis (within 3 weeks of any dose of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine) should not receive any further doses of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine unless a risk assessment shows it should still be administered.
  • Patients no longer need to wait 90 days after passive antibody therapy for COVID-19 to receive a vaccine dose.

State’s standing order for Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine administration 

Novavax

  • Must be 12+ or older
  • 2 dose series separated by 3 - 8 weeks
  • Severely or moderately immune compromised patients are recommended to receive the 1st and 2nd dose 3 weeks apart

State's standing orders for Novavax COVID-19 vaccine administration

 Janssen/J&J

  • 1-dose series
  • Booster dose may be administrated 2 months after the first dose.
  • Immunocompromised patients may receive an additional dose 28 days after 1st dose, and a booster 8 week later.
  • Either authorized mRNA COVID-19 (Pfizer or Moderna) vaccines are preferred over the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine for the prevention of COVID-19 in individuals 12 years and older.
  • Immunocompromised patients should be evaluated for allergies prior to second COVID-19 vaccine dose 28 days after the first dose of Janssen.
  • Patients no longer need to wait 90 days after passive antibody therapy for COVID-19 to receive a vaccine dose.

State’s standing order for Janssen COVID-19 vaccine administration 

The Cass County Health Department does not currently administer Janssen/Johnson & Johnson vaccines. 

Pediatric Vaccinations For COVID-19

Pediatric Moderna: 6 months - 5 years

Children may receive a Moderna COVID-19 vaccination based on the following:

  • Must be 6 months old
  • Must have the consent of a parent or guardian
  • Should receive a series of 2 doses 4 weeks (28 days) apart
  • Severely immune compromised 6 month - 5 year olds may receive a 3rd dose at least 4 weeks (28 days) after their 2nd dose.
  • May be administered with any other vaccines

State’s standing order for Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Administration for 6 Months through 5 Years of Age

Pediatric Pfizer: 6 months - 4 years

Children may receive a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination based on the following:

  • Must be 6 months old
  • Must have the consent of a parent or guardian
  • Should receive 3 doses series
    • Dose 1 and 2 sperate by 21 days
    • Dose 2 and 3 separate by 8 weeks
  • May be administered with any other vaccines

State’s standing order for Pfizer for Infants and Children 6 Months through 4 Years of Age

Pediatric Pfizer: Ages 5 - 11 

Children may receive a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination based on the following:

  • Must be 5 years and older
  • Must have the consent of a parent or guardian
  • Should receive a series of 2 doses 3 weeks (21 days) apart
  • Severely immune compromised 5-11 year olds may receive a 3rd dose at least 28 days after their 2nd dose.
  • Booster dose may be administrated 5 months after the second dose.
  • May be administered with any other vaccines

 State’s standing order for Pfizer-BioNTech 5-11 COVID-19 vaccine administration 

The list of medical conditions categorized as high-risk by the CDC is available here

Mixing COVID-19 Vaccines

If the same vaccine that a patient received previously is not available, a mixed series of mRNA COVID-19 vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna) may be administered 

  • Every effort shall be made to ensure completion of the vaccine series with the same product

  • In situations where the vaccine given for the 1st dose cannot be determined or is no longer available, any available mRNA COVID-19 vaccine may be administered at a minimum interval of 28 days between doses

  • It is preferable to delay the 2nd dose to receive the same product than to receive a mixed series using a different product

  • If 2 doses of different mRNA COVID-19 vaccine products are administered, no additional doses of either product are recommended

    • Such patients are considered fully vaccinated against COVID-19 2 weeks after receipt of the second dose of an mRNA vaccine

3rd Dose for Immunocompromised Individuals

Following recent announcements from the US Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, certain immunocompromised individuals can receive a third doses of COVID-19 vaccine in Missouri.

A third dose of the PfizerNBioTech or Moderna vaccines may be administered to moderately to severely immunocompromised people due to a medical condition or combination of immunosuppressive medication or treatments including but not limited to the following:

  • Immunocompromised due to solid organ transplant and taking immune-suppressing medications
  • Immunocompromised due to active treatment for solid tumor and hematologic malignancies
  • Immune compromised due to Receipt of CAR-T cell or hematopoietic stem cell transplant (within 2 years of transplantation or taking immunosuppression therapy)
  • Moderate to severe primary immunodeficiency (eg., DiGeorge, Wiskott-Aldrich Syndromes)
  • Immunocompromised due to Advanced or untreated HIV infection
  • Immunocompromised due to “Active treatment with high-dose corticosteroids or other drugs that may suppress immune response: high dose corticosteroids (ie.,≥ 20 mg prednisone or equivalent per day), alkylating agents, antimetabolites, transplant-related immunosuppressive drugs, cancer chemotherapeutic agents classified as severely immunosuppressive, tumor-necrosis (TNF) blocker or other biologic agents that are immunosuppressive or immunomodulatory” 

This does not apply to those who received the Janssen/Johnson & Johnson vaccine.


There must be at least 28 days between a 2nd and 3rd vaccine dose.  Please bring your COVID-19 vaccination card with you to confirm your vaccination dates.

Guidance for COVID-19 Vaccines for Moderately or Severely Immunocompromised Individuals 

Homebound Vaccinations

The Cass County Health Department can provide in-home COVID-19 vaccination by appointment to homebound Cass County residents.  Homebound persons include those that need the help of another person or medical equipment such as crutches, a walker, or a wheelchair to leave their home, or their medical provider believes that their health or illness could get worse if they leave their home, and they typically do not leave their home.

This service is only provided to those who need it and would not otherwise have access to vaccination.

Please call 816-380-8425 to schedule