COVID-19 Vaccine Activity:


Butler County

Polk County

Seward County

York County

Four Corners District Overall

Percentage of Population Fully Vaccinated

51.33%

47.67%

55.18%

55.25%

53.56%

 Click here for our data dashboard page.

Click here to register for a COVID-19 Test at Four Corners Health Department.


Current CDC Recommendations on Masks:  Interim Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People  Four Corners will follow CDC guidance and recommend if you are not fully vaccinated, that you continue to wear a mask outside of your home.

Businesses, such as health care facilities such as hospitals, clinics, and nursing homes, may still be directed to require masks inside of their facilities.

Some people may choose to continue wearing a mask, even if they are fully vaccinated.  Some businesses may continue to ask their patrons to wear masks.  Please be kind and respectful to one another and to our businesses.

To find a vaccine near you, see below.



To Find COVID-19 Vaccines and Boosters Near You:

If you are homebound, have a disability, or need special accommodations that make it difficult to get a COVID-19 vaccination, please contact our office.  A nurse will return you call to make sure you have access to a COVID-19 vaccination.

  • Four Corners Pop-Up Clinics for Vaccines (1st, 2nd, and 3rd Doses) and Boosters (Please register to guarantee that a vaccine will be available and convenient for you).  Hours have been slightly adjusted.  Boosters are available to anyone who is 12+ (if it has been 6 months since your last Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, or 2 months since your last Johnson & Johnson vaccine):
    • Pfizer (Ages 5+), Moderna (Ages 18+), and Johnson & Johnson (Ages 18+), including boosters, are available.   Individuals ages 12-17 years old may only get the Pfizer booster.
    • Tuesdays from 2:00 – 4:00pm.  Click here to sign up
    • Fridays from 12 Noon – 4:00pm.  Click here to sign up
  • Butler County
    • Butler County Health Care Center will be offering Moderna and Pfizer vaccines and boosters.  Individuals 12 and older can be schedule a vaccine appointment at vaccinate.ne.gov or call (402) 367-1345 with questions.  For the most up-to-date information, please check the Butler County Health Care website.
    • Pediatric Vaccine Clinic for children 5 to 11 is scheduled for Thursday, November 19th from 5pm – 6pm.  2nd Dose will be Thursday, December 9th from 5pm to 6pm.  Book your registration online at vaccinate.ne.gov.  Please book the appointment under the location: Butler County Pfizer Pediatric Vaccine.
  • Polk County
    • Contact the Polk County Health Department to schedule an appointment (402) 747-2211
  • Seward County
    • Contact Seward Family Medical Center to schedule an appointment at (402) 643-4800
  • York County
    • Contact Henderson Family Care to schedule an appointment (402) 723-4512
    • Contact York General Immunization Clinic at (402) 362-8070 to schedule an appointment
      • Appointments are scheduled on the 2nd Monday of the month from 1-4:30pm and every Thursday from 11am – 12pm
  • In all counties
    • You can still sign up at https:/vaccinate.ne.gov to find an appointment within 100 miles of your address.  Once you register, you will receive an email with a link to schedule an appointment.
    • You can still check with local pharmacies to find an appointment.  Click here for a list of participating pharmacies.

Do I need a 3rd Dose or a Booster?

Boosters are now available to anyone 12 and older.

  • Should be 6 months since your last dose of Moderna or Pfizer vaccine
  • Or 2 months since your last Johnson & Johnson vaccine
  • Individuals 12-17 are only eligible to receive the Pfizer booster.

If you need more information, or need help scheduling an appointment, you may call Four Corners Health Department at (402) 362-2621 or (877) 337-3753.

Click here for a printable poster with vaccine locations.



Your best protection from COVID-19 will be a combination of getting a COVID-19 vaccine, wearing a mask, staying at least 6 feet away from others, avoiding crowds, and washing your hands often. No one tool alone is going to stop the pandemic.