Mississippi State Department of Health Phamacist Kathryn Ward administers the Moderna vaccine to Pastor Kenneth Davis of Tabernacle Baptist Church in D’Iberville. Davis was among a number of African American faith leaders from across the state to receive the COVID-19 vaccination Monday at New Hope Baptist Church in Jackson. Credit: Vickie D. King/Mississippi Today

Since the Mississippi State Department of Health no longer lists COVID-19 vaccine locations on its website, be sure to check the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s VaccineFinder for all vaccine locations across the state.

For more information about how to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in Mississippi, click here to visit the MSDH’s vaccine information page.

READ MORE: Frequently asked questions about COVID-19 vaccines in Mississippi.

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Alex Rozier, from New York City, is Mississippi Today’s data and environment reporter. His work has appeared in the Boston Globe, Open Secrets, and on NBC.com. In 2019, Alex was a grantee through the Pulitzer Center’s Connected Coastlines program, which supported his coverage around the impact of climate change on Mississippi fisheries.