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Welcome to Bullitt County Health Department's Website

Beginning April 5, KY vaccination eligibility is expanded to included Phases 1,2, & 3.  All persons 16 and older are eligible for Pfizer and all persons age 18 and older are eligible for Moderna and Johnson & Johnson.
  
Also, vaccine supply uncertainty prevents us from placing individuals on waiting lists.

NO APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME.
Please check these other locations for vaccine availability in our area.

          

As COVID-19 has shown to be widespread in Kentucky, measures to prevent further spread in the Commonwealth have been advised by Governor Beshear. The Bullitt County Health Department is committed to the safety and well-being of our community. We want to model this guidance and are supportive of community partners as they make difficult yet necessary decisions that best keep their employees and the populations they serve safe and healthy.

Actions and preparations are announced by Governor Beshear on a daily basis. Please visit the Governor's website for the latest Full Press release.

For more information on COVID-19, I invite you to go to the following websites.
Centers for Disease Control

Kentucky Department for Public Health

A hotline has been established to address any concerns or questions you may have regarding coronavirus COVID-19.
1-800-722-5725

Andrea Renfrow, MSN, RN
Public Health Director
Bullitt County Health Department

COVID-19 Patient Guidance
(Confirmed or Suspected COVID-19 case, as of 11/17/2020)

 

If you were exposed to COVID-19
(close contact of a positive case, as of 12/03/2020


KY Vaccine Locations
Governor Beshear and KDPH Commissioner Stack has announced regional COVID-19 vaccination sites across the Commonwealth.  Currently, vaccinating individuals in Phase 1A, 1B, 1C, 2, 3.  Please go to this link https://govstatus.egov.com/kentucky-vaccine-map to find the map of the locations. Click on the location to find that site’s instructions for making an appointment. 


Executive Order #2020-968
"New Restrictions"
November 18, 2020

Executive Order #2020-969
"Schools"
November 18, 2020


 Executive Order #2020-586
"Face Coverings"
July 9, 2020


 
 
 
 
 






2012 Flu Vaccine Available
The Bullitt County Health Department wants to remind the community the best way tp prevent the flu is get a flu vaccination each. Go to Hot Topic above for more information.
NEW HOURS OF OPERATIONS
Monday, 7:30-4:30PM
Tuesday, 7:30-4:30PM
Wednesday, 7:30-4:30PM
Thursday, 7:30-4:30PM
Friday, 7:30-11:00AM
SMOKING REGULATION
Click here to view the Bullitt County Smoke Free Regulation - Regulation No. 10-0. It is a pdf file so you will need Adobe Reader to view. If you do not have Adobe Reader you can download it for free here.
OUR NEW WEBSITE
Welcome to our new website! In addition to a new look, we have also changed our website address to www.bullittcountyhealthdept.org (instead of .com).
Bullitt County's Smoke-Free Dining Guide
(NEW--updated guide-May 2020)


Learn about HPV 
watch video here >>

If you do not have Adobe Reader you can download it for free here

OUR MISSION: "To promote healthy lifestyles
in Bullitt County through prevention and protection."

 

VISION STATEMENT: Bullitt County Health Department strives to be a key public health strategist in the areas of prevention, protection, and health promotion.