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COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 Sampling/Testing

The Sedgwick County Health Department (SCHD) COVID-19 testing clinic is now located at 4115 E. Harry St. in Wichita. This site is in the former Wichita Mall between Big Lots and COMCARE Adult Services. 

Testing Hours
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri.
8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wed.

If you receive a voicemail or missed call from the Health Department, please call back in order to receive your results. For the quickest response, please call (316) 660-1022 and listen for the prompt to leave a message for the results department.  

Updates

Nov. 17, 2021Booster Shots Available to All Fully Vaccinated Adults
Nov. 9, 2021Sedgwick County Health Department COVID-19 Testing Sites & Vaccine Clinic November Hours
Nov. 3, 2021Sedgwick County Health Department will offer Pfizer vaccinations for children 5-11 starting Nov. 4
Oct. 22, 2021Johnson & Johnson, Moderna Booster Vaccines to be offered by the Sedgwick County Health Department 
Sept. 30, 2021Flu Shots Available at Sedgwick County Health Department Beginning October 1
Sept. 27, 2021Pfizer COVID-19 Booster Vaccines Offered by Sedgwick County Health Department Beginning Sept. 29
June 28, 2021County to Reduce Vaccine Clinic Days of Operation, No Longer Scheduling Appointments
May 13, 2021Appointments Now Open for People Aged 12 to 15 Years and Older at Sedgwick County Vaccine Clinics
April 2, 2021Sedgwick County Continues to Strongly Recommend Masks and Social Distancing
March 24, 2021Local Health Order Revoked, Masks and Social Distancing Strongly Recommended
March 22, 2021Testing and Vaccine Update
March 16, 2021Emergency Public Health Order - Amended
March 9, 2021Critical Works in Phase 2A Can Now Schedule Vaccine Appointment
Feb. 26, 2021Local Heath Order Update
Feb. 19, 2021County Vaccine Clinic
Feb. 3, 2021Local Health Order Revisions
Jan. 15, 2021Sedgwick County Phase II Vaccination Plan
Jan. 6, 2021Local Health Order Extended Thru Feb. 6, 2021
Dec. 9, 2020Sedgwick County Emergency Public Health Order - amended
Dec. 8, 2020Sedgwick County Emergency Public Health Order - amends and replaces the Nov. 24 order
Nov. 24, 2020Sedgwick County Emergency Public Heath Order - amended (effective Nov. 27, 2020)
Nov. 17, 2020Take the Regional COVID-19 Vaccine Survey
Nov. 13, 2020Sedgwick County Emergency Public Health Order - amended
Nov. 10, 2020City of Derby COVID-19 Update: Updated Public Health Order
Oct. 20, 2020Sedgwick County Emergency Public Health Order - amended
Oct. 16, 2020Sedgwick County Emergency Public Health Order (effective 10/22/20)
Oct. 14, 2020COVID-19 PPE Kits Available to Businesses & Nonprofits
Sept. 17, 2020Sedgwick County Emergency Public Health Order
Aug. 20, 2020City of Derby COVID-19 Update: New Health Order 
July 24, 2020City of Derby COVID-19 Update: New Health Order
July 9, 2020City of Derby COVID-19 Update: Masks Required
July 2, 2020City of Derby COVID-19 Update Regarding Masks
June 3, 2020Derby City Hall, Welcome Center & Senior Center Re-Open June 17
May 28, 2020City of Derby May 28 COVID-19 Update
May 22, 2020City of Derby May 22 COVID-19 Update
May 1, 2020City of Derby May 1 COVID-19 Update
April 27, 2020Relaxed Regulations on Temporary Signs Extended
April 10, 2020Restrictions Relaxed on Temporary Signs
March 24, 2020Ordinance 2426: Enforcement of Public Health Orders
March 24, 2020Resolution 01-2020: Emergency Resolution in response to COVID-19 (El Paso Water Company)
March 24, 2020Resolution 09-2020: Emergency Resolution in response to COVID-19
March 23, 2020Derby Police Department to Begin Taking Phone Reports
March 18, 2020COVID-19 Impacts on Permitting, Licensing & Inspections
March 17, 2020City of Derby March 17 Coronavirus Update: Trash & Recycling Services Continue as Normal
March 17, 2020City of Derby Coronavirus Update
March 17, 2020Derby Municipal Court Changes
March 16, 2020Derby City Hall & Senior Center to Temporarily Close Beginning March 18
March 13, 2020Coronavirus Message from the City of Derby

Individuals are encouraged to take precautions to avoid the spread of infection, such as washing hands frequently, covering coughs and sneezes, and staying home if you have symptoms of illness. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends older adults and those with compromised immune systems or serious underlying health conditions take extra precautions. Here are some other guidelines:

  • Stay home if you have symptoms of acute respiratory illness (e.g. cough, shortness of breath) or a fever (100.4 or higher on an oral thermometer) or signs of a fever.
  • Stay home until you’re fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medicines.
  • Immediately leave your workplace if you begin to have acute respiratory illness symptoms (i.e. cough, shortness of breath).
  • Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when coughing or sneezing (or an elbow or shoulder if no tissue is available).
  • Wash your hands often (especially before eating) with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains 60-95% alcohol.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Greet people without touching.
  • Put a plan together for what you will do if you or a family member who is at high risk becomes sick.

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