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All residents 12+ are now eligible in Oklahoma. Only the Pfizer vaccine is authorized for 12-15 year olds.

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Eastside Pharmacy

3612 SE LEE BLVD, LAWTON, OK 73501

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1202 NW Arlington Ave, Lawton, OK 73507

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3401 Gore Blvd, Lawton, OK 73505

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Walmart Inc #10-0269

1002 NW Sheridan Rd, Lawton, OK 73505-5208

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2004 N Highway 81, Duncan, OK 73533

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R & S DRUG STORE 1 LLC #372965

821 W MAIN ST, DUNCAN, OK 73533

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101 E. 2nd Street, Grandfield, OK 73546

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107 E Anderson, Waurika, OK 73573

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CVS Pharmacy, Inc. #06128

1016 SW LEE BLVD, LAWTON, OK 73501

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1010 SW Sheridan RD, Lawton, OK 73505

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Walmart Inc #10-2984

3745 SW Lee Blvd, Lawton, OK 73505-8322

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904 SW 38TH ST, LAWTON, OK 73505-7021

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Lawton General Surgery / Lawton Health and Wellness is located next to the TAG AGENCY on 38th Street

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402 N. Broadway, Walters, OK 73572

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Sams Club #10-8239

802 NW Sheridan Rd., Lawton, OK 73505-5204

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1501-A S. 7th St., Walters, OK 73572

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CVS Pharmacy, Inc. #10520


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Walmart Inc #10-5071

6301 NW Quanah Parker Trl, Lawton, OK 73505-1326

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CVS Pharmacy, Inc. #17612

2030 NW 82ND STREET, LAWTON, OK 73505

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7523 US HWY 277, Elgin, OK 73538

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The information provided here is based on certain publicly available data at time of posting and is subject to change without notice. Eligibility and availability of vaccines is regularly changing and as a result, the data here may not always be accurate. Always check with your local state health authority to verify current eligibility criteria and availability in your area and check with the listed vaccine provider location for updated availability information for a specific site.

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Latest COVID Vaccine Updates in Oklahoma

October 15, 2021: U.S. FDA advisers vote to recommend Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine booster for people 18 and older at least 2 months after first dose. (Reuters)

October 14, 2021: FDA vaccine advisers recommend emergency use authorization for booster dose of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine to people 65 and older and to those 18 to 64 with risk factors for severe illness. (CNN)

October 7, 2021: Starting Oct. 30, the Canadian government will require all air travelers and passengers on interprovincial trains to be vaccinated against COVID-19. (USA Today)

October 7, 2021: Pfizer asked the U.S. government Thursday to allow use of its COVID-19 vaccine in children ages 5 to 11, formally filing its application with the FDA. If regulators agree, shots could begin within a matter of weeks. (AP)

October 6, 2021: In a study of 3.4 million people at Kaiser Permanente Southern California between Dec 14, 2020 and Aug 8, 2021 it has been found that Pfizer-BioNTech COVID vaccine remains highly protective against hospitalization and death. SARS-CoV-2 infection protection of fully vaccinated individuals was found to be 73%, and COVID-19-induced hospitalization protection was 90%. The effectiveness against infections dropped from 88% during the first month following full vaccination to 47% after 5 months. (

October 1, 2021: About a third of parents say they want to vaccinate their 5-to-11-year-old children “right away” once a coronavirus vaccine is available for that age group, according to a report from the Kaiser Family Foundation. (Washington Post)

September 28, 2021: Pfizer submits data to FDA, seeking emergency use authorization (EUA) for its COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 These younger kids could be vaccinated by Halloween, Pfizer CEO says. (NBC News)

September 27, 2021: Tens of thousands of health care workers in New York appeared to be risking their jobs by defying the state mandate to receive a dose of a coronavirus vaccine by Monday, setting up an early test for similar employer mandates across the United States. (New York Times)

September 27, 2021: The COVID pandemic has become the deadliest outbreak in American history. According to data from Johns Hopkins University 681,253 individuals in the U.S. have died from COVID-19, with an estimated 675,000 people during the 1918 flu pandemic. (Smithsonian)

September 24, 2021: The CDC has announced recommendations for booster shots and who should receive them: (1) People 65 years and older and residents in long-term care settings should receive a booster shot of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine at least 6 months after their Pfizer-BioNTech primary series,(2) People aged 50–64 years with underlying medical conditions should receive a booster shot of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine at least 6 months after their Pfizer-BioNTech primary series,(3) People aged 18–49 years with underlying medical conditions may receive a booster shot of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine at least 6 months after their Pfizer-BioNTech primary series, based on their individual benefits and risks, and(4) People aged 18-64 years who are at increased risk for COVID-19 exposure and transmission because of occupational or institutional setting may receive a booster shot of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine at least 6 months after their Pfizer-BioNTech primary series, based on their individual benefits and risks.

September 23, 2021: The FDA has granted emergency use authorization (EUA) for a booster dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine in people 65 and older, people at high risk of severe disease, and people whose jobs put them at risk of infection. (CNN)

September 20, 2021: Pfizer reports a low dose of their COVID vaccine is safe and effective in children ages 5 to 11 and are seeking emergency use authorization as they continue to accumulate data to support an application for full approval in children. (Washington Post)

September 14, 2021: Top U.S. health officials believe that Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine could be authorized for children aged 5-11 years old by the end of October (Reuters)

September 13, 2021: According to the CDC, it is safe and effective to get both a COVID booster and a flu shot at the same time. (Washington Post)

September 9, 2021: President Biden and the U.S. Department of Labor will issue a rule requiring businesses with more than 100 employees to have their workers vaccinated or tested weekly, officials said on Thursday.

September 9, 2021: Authorities are expecting an active flu season this year, threatening hospitals already struggling to keep up with COVID-19 strains. There is hope that COVID and flu vaccines will keep case counts low this winter. (Wall Street Journal)

September 7, 2021: World Health Organization (WHO): COVID-19 is likely “here to stay” as the virus continues to mutate similarly to the influenza (flu) pandemic viruses. (CNBC)

August 23, 2021: U.S. FDA has officially granted full approval to Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine

August 18, 2021: CDC: COVID-19 vaccines and other vaccines “may now be administered without regard to timing.” This includes receiving COVID-19 and flu vaccines on the same day, as well as co-administration within 14 days. (CDC)

August 17, 2021: The flu vaccine may lower the risk for severe illness from COVID-19. Researchers studied nearly 75,000 COVID-19 patients, half of whom had received the most recently available flu shot.

August 15, 2021: CDC reports that COVID-19 has caused more pediatric deaths than the flu since the pandemic began.

August 13, 2021: Pediatric hospitals are seeing a spike in RSV cases as COVID-19 Delta variant continues, flu season approaches.

August 4, 2021: The Delta variant now accounts for about 93% of all COVID-19 cases in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

August 3, 2021: The seven-day average of daily COVID cases in the U.S. surpassed the peak seen last summer when the nation didn’t have an authorized vaccine, CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said. Friday July 30 saw 72,790 new COVID cases nationwide.

July 27, 2021: CDC is now recommending vaccinated people wear masks indoors as number of COVID-19 cases continue to rise.

July 9, 2021: CDC says no COVID booster doses needed right now: "Americans who have been fully vaccinated do not need a booster shot at this time," read a joint statement sent Thursday from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration.

July 9, 2021: Pfizer to seek U.S. authorization for COVID booster shot. Based on evidence of increased risk of reinfection six months after inoculation and the propagation of the extremely contagious Delta variant, Pfizer plans to petition US authorities to approve a booster dosage of its COVID-19 vaccine within the next month, the drugmaker's chief scientist said on Thursday.

July 9, 2021: A top state official stated Tuesday that every person who died from COVID-19 in Maryland last month was unvaccinated, inline with recent evidence that the vaccine has made nearly all coronavirus-related deaths nationwide avoidable.

May 17, 2021: 40.1% of Oklahoma residents have received their first vaccine dose. 32.4% of residents have completed vaccination.

May 14, 2021: Target, Home Depot, CVS and Harris Teeter are among the chains that will continue to require masks in store, though they are reviewing new CDC guidance and reevaluating store policies.

May 14, 2021: Walmart, the nation's largest retailer, says fully vaccinated employees and customers will not need to wear a mask inside stores beginning on Tuesday, based on the latest guidance from the CDC. 

May 13, 2021: CDC: If you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, you can resume activities without wearing a mask or staying 6 feet apart, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal or territorial laws, incl. local business and workplace guidance.

May 10, 2021: The FDA has authorized Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use in adolescents 12 and older.   This announcement came after Pfizer’s recent trial of the vaccine in adolescents which demonstrated that the vaccine is at least as effective as it is in adults.

May 5, 2021: Walgreens will offer same-day COVID vaccination appointments in all retail locations nationwide beginning Wednesday, with walk-in appointments available at select stores as well.  Since vaccinations began in December, Walgreens says it has administered more than 15 million vaccine doses. (nbc)

May 4, 2021: The Food and Drug Administration is expected to authorize Pfizer-BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine for administration to adolescents by early next week, according to a federal health official with knowledge of the agency's plans.  The move would allow many American middle- and high-school students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 well before the start of the next school year, using a shot Pfizer claims demonstrated "100% efficacy" in children as young as 12 years old with side effects similar to those that have occurred in young adults.  (CBS News)

May 3, 2021: The number of Americans fully vaccinated against COVID tops 100 million.  This means 39% of the nation's adult population has been fully vaccinated.  (abc)

May 3, 2021: The U.S. announced it will restrict travel from India starting Tuesday, citing the devastating rise in COVID-19 cases in the country and the emergence of potentially dangerous variants of the coronavirus.  While the overall number of lives lost to COVID-19 in the U.S. has eclipsed 575,000, deaths have plummeted to an average of about 670 per day from a peak of around 3,400 in mid-January.  (abc)

April 29, 2021: People with a history or risk of lymphedema in both arms, who have (or had) breast cancer, and people who need a mammogram within six weeks of their Covid-19 vaccine should consider seeking a vaccine site that will administer the vaccine in their thigh. “I just advise patients to call ahead, let the vaccine clinic know or the pharmacy know that they’re asking for the vaccine in the thigh,” said Cheryl Brunelle, the associate director of the Lymphedema Research Program at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. “I also counsel patients that if a local facility or practitioner giving the vaccine is not familiar with the thigh as an approved alternate site, the patient can share the C.D.C. Standing Orders document that lists the thigh as an alternative site for both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.”

April 28, 2021: The United States is reporting an average of 2.7 million daily COVID-19 vaccinations over the past week, according to data from the CDC, about equivalent to levels one month ago. Daily reported vaccinations peaked at 3.4 million on April 13. More than 40% of Americans have received at least one shot, and that figure is roughly 54% for those age 18 and older. Half of the adults are at least partially vaccinated in a majority of states. (CNBC)

April 27, 2021: The rate of COVID-19 vaccinations in the U.S. continued to slide in recent days, according to CDC data, as the seven-day average of daily shots reported administered fell to 2.7 million on Monday, the lowest level since late March.

April 27, 2021: The CDC on Tuesday eased guidelines on mask-wearing for Americans, noting many outdoor activities are now safe without a mask following significant progress with the COVID-19 vaccine and reductions in new daily cases nationwide.

April 26, 2021: As of Sunday, April 25, Virginia has had 654,210 total cases of COVID-19, including confirmed lab tests and clinical diagnoses, according to the Virginia Department of Health. That total reflects a 884 case increase since Saturday. The Virginia Department of Health reports a 6.1% 7-day positivity rate for total testing encounters, and a 5.5% 7-day positivity rate for PCR tests. 16 additional deaths were reported on Sunday, leaving the death toll at 10,691.

April 23, 2021: A single dose of Oxford-AstraZeneca or Pfizer-BioNTech’s Covid-19 vaccine reduces the risk of infection by 65% in adults of all ages, British researchers have found.

April 23, 2021: A CDC advisory committee called the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices is set to meet on Friday to continue its discussion of the rare blood clots seen in a small number of patients who have received Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine.

April 23, 2021: CDC: Johnson & Johnson vaccine administration should be resumed immediately with a warning about potential rare blood clots

April 22, 2021: More than 86 million U.S. adults are now fully vaccinated with more than 200 million shots administered, but experts fear that enthusiasm for getting the vaccine could be falling and many Americans may be too eager to take off their masks.

April 21, 2021: 31.2% of Louisiana residents have received their first vaccine dose. 24.1% of residents have completed vaccination.

April 21, 2021: One of the largest reports on COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy boosts evidence that it is safe although the authors say more comprehensive research is needed.The study consisted of 35,000 U.S. women who received either the Moderna or Pfizer shots while pregnant. Their rates of miscarriage, premature births and other complications were comparable to those observed in published reports on pregnant women before the pandemic.

April 19, 2021: According to data compiled by Denver Public Health, Latinos comprise only 13 percent of city residents who have gotten an initial shot, compared to 72 percent of white residents (the race and/or ethnicity of at least 12 percent of people who got their first vaccine is unknown). Meanwhile, Latinos make up 48 percent of COVID-19 cases in the city and 30 percent of the city’s overall population.

April 19, 2021: Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine, which currently requires two doses and is said to be over 90 percent effective against the virus, will likely include a third shot made available later this year.

April 18, 2021: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has announced that half of all US adults have received at least one COVID shot.  Nearly 130 million people 18 and older, or 50.4% of the total adult population, have received at least one dose of a vaccine. Almost 84 million adults, or about 32.5% of the population, have been fully vaccinated. (CDC)

April 16, 2021: Pfizer CEO announced that recipients of their vaccine will likely need a booster shot within 12 months.  He stated that "I think for planning purposes only, we should expect that we may have to boost.”  A booster shot may be an important safeguard against new variants of the COVID-19 virus. (nbc)

April 15, 2021: Dr. Fauci says this is a pause and not a cancellation of the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine. It will likely last days to weeks to determine next steps. "I doubt very seriously if we're talking about weeks to months," he told CNN on Wednesday. 

April 13, 2021: CDC and FDA recommend US pause use of Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine over blood clot concerns;  six reported US cases of a "rare and severe" type of blood clot caused the initial concern.

April 9, 2021: Just short of 20 percent of the U.S. population was fully vaccinated, giving some 66 million people a strong measure of protection against a disease that has already killed more than 500,000 Americans. (Washington Post)

April 6, 2021: Vaccination eligibility is opening up throughout the country. However, there are more people eligible for a vaccine right now than there are doses. Securing an appointment continues to be a long, difficult process for many. Here are 10 tips for getting a vaccine sooner →

April 6, 2021: President Joe Biden is expected to announce that states should open COVID-19 vaccine appointments to all U.S. adults by April 19, moving up his original deadline by nearly two weeks, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki confirmed Tuesday.

April 3, 2021: Pfizer/BioNTech have announced their COVID-19 vaccine affords at least 6 months of protection following the second dose. The vaccine was 91.3% effective against COVID-19 in an analysis of 927 symptomatic people through March 13, as indicated by real-world data compiled since the vaccine was given emergency use authorization. This compares to 95% efficacy reported in the interim results that were announced on Nov. 18, 2020.

April 3, 2021: More than 100 million people in the U.S. have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Friday. The news comes just two weeks after President Joe Biden announced he reached his 100-day goal of administering 100 million doses and expanded his goal to 200 million. As of Thursday, 157.6 million doses have been administered, according to CDC data. More than 200 million doses have been delivered to states and vaccine providers.

April 3, 2021: The Biden administration on Saturday put Johnson & Johnson in charge of a Baltimore manufacturing plant that ruined 15 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine, and stopped the facility from making another vaccine developed by AstraZeneca.

April 3, 2021: More than 4 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine were administered in the past 24 hours, setting a new record and bringing the seven-day average over 3 million a day, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Saturday.

April 2, 2021: Fauci said the United States has enough contracts with other vaccine makers to vaccinate its entire population, and may not need AstraZeneca Covid vaccine even for booster shots in the fall

April 2, 2021: A recent study of 131 women recently conducted by Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston and published in The American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology shows the COVID vaccines are not only safe and effective for pregnant and breastfeeding women, they may also offer some protection for their babies.

April 1, 2021: The Oklahoma City-County Health Department will unite with several community partners on April 7 to host a 10,000 dose COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the State Fair Park Pavilion Building in Oklahoma City. OCCHD will be joined by INTEGRIS, Mercy Hospital, SSM Health, Oklahoma Medical Reserve Corps., Oklahoma City Fire Department, Oklahoma National Guard and OU Health for the COVID-19 vaccine pod. Those who sign up for the pod can receive any of the three vaccines currently being administered in the United States – Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson, according to an OCCHD news release. (KFOR Oklahoma's News 4)

March 31, 2021: More than half a million Oklahomans are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19. New cases continue to drop and now state health leaders are tracking variants of the virus.

March 31, 2021: Pfizer says its COVID-19 vaccine is safe and 100% effective in preventing the illness in ages 12 to 15 and plans to request emergency use authorization extending vaccine administration to the adolescent age group. 

March 31, 2021: Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the CDC: "Vaccinated people do not carry the virus — they don’t get sick.” Walensky was referring to a new CDC study that suggests those fully inoculated with the vaccines produced by Moderna and Pfizer don’t transmit the virus.

March 30, 2021: Ninety percent of Americans will be eligible for their shots by April 19, President Joe Biden said yesterday as he expanded the number of vaccine sites. More than a dozen states are opening vaccines to all adults this week.

March 25, 2021: Pregnant mothers pass COVID antibodies to their newborns.  A large study at Massachusetts General Hospital has determined that mothers pass COVID immunity to their children through the placenta and breastmilk. []

March 18, 2021: The Chicksaw Nation is now offering COVID-19 vaccinations to all Oklahomans.  No tribal citizenship or employee status is required for vaccination.  Learn more here.

March 11, 2021: Vaccination now open to groups in phase 3.

March 11, 2021: Some teenagers aged 16 and 17 in Oklahoma are eligible for vaccination in Phase 3 with parental approval.

March 11, 2021: As of March 13, CVS has added 12 more states to its list of pharmacies offering vaccinations. The new states are: Colorado, Illinois, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Nevada, Oklahoma, Utah and Vermont. After previously expanding to New York and Pennsylvania.

March 1, 2021: The FDA has authorized use of Johnson & Johnson's single-dose vaccine.

February 26, 2021: 651,825 individuals, or 16.5% of the population, have received their first vaccine dose in Oklahoma. 8.8% of the population have completed vaccination.

February 25, 2021: Pfizer expects to triple its vaccine production by mid-March.  An FDA advisory board will meet to determine whether to grant Johnson & Johnson an EAU.

February 22, 2021: Oklahoma opens vaccination to phase 2, with the goal of vaccinating every willing teacher and staff member by spring break.

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COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs

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    Where can I get COVID vaccine in Geronimo?

    The COVID vaccine is currently available to eligible individuals through health clinics, hospitals, health departments, pharmacies, and doctors’ offices including urgent care centers. COVID vaccine locations in Geronimo—as well as the availability of appointments and doses at each location—are changing daily. Solv, through partnership with and others, is actively maintaining the list of providers above and is refreshing at least daily, so check back frequently. Additionally, check directly with vaccine providers near Geronimo as last minute availability for eligible populations sometimes opens up.

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    When will children be able to get the COVID vaccine in Geronimo?

    According to Dr. Anthony Fauci, there could be 'enough information to be able to safely vaccinate children of virtually any age' by the end of the year, pointing to recent data from Pfizer on the safety and efficacy of its COVID-19 vaccine in adolescents aged 12-16. These COVID vaccines for kids age 5 and up may be authorized soon, and clinical trials are now underway in children as young as six months old. Research shows these new vaccines are remarkably effective and safe. The American Academy of Pediatrics urges children and adults to get the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as they can. Once the FDA provides emergency use authorization (EUA) for the vaccines to be administered to children, it is likely that the same providers in Geronimo that are currently administering the vaccine to adults will begin accepting appointments for kids.

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    What pharmacies are administering the COVID vaccine in Geronimo?

    Independent pharmacies, as well as regional and national chains, are administering the COVID vaccine across the country. Most are partnered with HHS directly to make the vaccine available as quickly as possible. Here are a few of the major pharmacy chains administering the vaccine with details on how to register for an appointment:

    • Albertsons will be making the COVID vaccine available at stores nationwide based on regional distribution and eligibility schedules. Appointments fill up fast and they will release appointments as they receive supply.
    • CVS stores nationwide are adding the COVID vaccine to their online schedule as it becomes available in each market, allowing people to schedule both their first and second doses (as applicable).
    • Costco pharmacies will be administering COVID-19 vaccines as soon as they are available, in accordance with CDC and state guidelines. Register on their website. Note: Please do not contact the local Costco pharmacy as they are unable to schedule an appointment or provide current eligibility requirements.
    • Kroger is partnering with federal and state agencies to deliver one million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine per week across their pharmacies, clinics, and off-site events. Their website will be regularly updated with information on local availability.
    • Rite Aid pharmacies are scheduling vaccine appointments in accordance with local and state eligibility requirements. Check the linked PDF for the latest details. Note: Please do not call your local Rite Aid pharmacy for a vaccine appointment.
    • Target expects to be able to start distributing the COVID vaccine their their partnership with CVS and their on-site pharmacy locations. Check the CVS pharmacy website for updates and dates when more vaccines will become available.
    • Walgreens will be providing COVID vaccines to consumers at all of its 9,000+ store locations. Check their website to see which locations presently offer the vaccine and their appointment availability.
    • Walmart is administering the vaccines based on state and federal eligibility guidelines and is scheduling appointments at thousands of their stores nationwide. Check their website often for availability as the vaccine continues rolling out to more stores.
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    How many COVID vaccine doses will I need?

    The first two COVID vaccines developed by Pfizer and Moderna each require two (2) doses of the COVID vaccine. Each dose must be of the same product, and will need to be separated by either 21 days or 28 days, depending on the vaccine. That means if you received your first dose of the Pfizer vaccine, your second dose must also be the Pfizer vaccine. The Johnson and Johnson vaccine, approved for use in the US on February 27, 2021, only requires one dose. Consult your healthcare professional if you have additional questions.

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    How long will the COVID vaccine last?

    In most cases, COVID-19 testing and antibody testing is available at no out of pocket cost if you are covered by commercial insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid. You will likely have to pay a normal office visit copay, however. For cash paying patients, the two largest labs have reported that the Medicare rates (likely the lowest cost) to process an antibody test is around $50 and $100-$200 for a PCR swab test. It is important to understand that many healthcare providers are requiring screenings prior to testing, which may or may not be covered by your insurance, and may or may not require additional copays.

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    Can you contract COVID if you are vaccinated?

    After immunization, the body normally takes a few weeks to develop immunity (protection against the virus that causes COVID-19). That means a person could become infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 before or after vaccination and still become unwell. This is due to the vaccine's inability to provide protection due to a lack of time.

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    Are COVID-19 vaccines safe?

    Vaccines against COVID-19 are both safe and effective. Millions of people in the United States have received COVID-19 vaccines, which have been subjected to the most stringent safety testing in the country's history. You should acquire a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as you are eligible, according to the CDC.

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    Can you spread COVID if you are vaccinated?

    While the ability to transmit COVID-19 is possible after you have been fully vaccinated, experts believe it will happen at a slower rate given the efficacy of the vaccine. It's most like only relevant for people who don't have a good immunological response to immunizations in general.

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    Do I need a COVOD booster shot?

    The FDA has amended both the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine EUA to allow for an additional dose to be given to certain immunocompromised individuals 12 years of age and older. This means that while 3rd doses, or booster vaccines, are not yet available for the general population, those with underlying conditions may be eligible for a booster shot.

"We heard on the 11pm news they were giving COVID shots at midnight. We signed up for an appt and rushed over to get our shot. Solvhealth texted us updates that we were confirmed and when our second COVID shot was scheduled. It was very reassuring when they would reply our questions. Swedish Hosp did an amazing job organizing workers and volunteers for a efficient process. Thank you all!!!"

"I was so impressed with your staff and facility. Every one of your staff was very professional and kind. Your system is ready to serve the public from the outside the building with the signs & directions to the entrance. After you get in ti the building the each one of the public members was treated just like your own patient. Especially, after the COVID vaccine each public patient was guided to a very clean room with comfortable chair/recliner(?) and your staff goes to each patient explaining how to take care of yourself in case you feel discomfort. What a comparison to the public news on the TV. I talk to my friends about the experience at Futch. Thank you so much for your outstanding service! Seungja Song"

"I found the complete experience of getting my first COVID vaccination to be easy from start to finish. The setting up of the appointment to the organization of being checked in, to meeting the nurse for the vaccination, to the recovery was very smooth. It was a great relief to have the 2nd vaccination scheculed at the same time as check in for the 1st."

"My experience with Solv was at a large capacity COVID vaccination site. I brought my elderly mother-in-law for her first shot. With out exception, the process was flawless, the staff were friendly and competent, the wait times were non-existent and the experience was perfect for setting Mom at ease while getting us in and done in record time. And thank God for the chance to schedule her second dose right then and there, as she was waiting her requisite 15 minutes to be sure she wouldn't have an adverse reaction to the vaccine. My only suggestion would be to provide phone and/or email confirmations of appointments once they are scheduled. My apologies if you folks did indeed call Mom and she just "missed it"."

"I went for the COVID vaccine. There was a long wait time however they were inundated w people and walk ins. I applaud this facility for only making appointments for the amount of vaccine they had on hand so if you were lucky enough to get an appointment you know they won’t cancel on you and they were not booked too far out. The facility was clean, I was allowed to wait in my car and the staff was extremely friendly. I honestly don’t know how they were still smiling because it was evident they had been handling high volumes of walk ins and people all day, they were patient, comforting and very professional through it all!"

"I had my two COVID vaccines here and couldn’t be happier. My second appt was made for exactly 28 days after the first. I had a 40 minute wait the first time but only 5 the second. Staff was pleasant and helpful, even amid the craziness of dealing with a pandemic and many vaccinations. Couldn’t recommend them more!"

"I have only had to use this facility maybe 4 times since moving here 14yrars ago. Thank goodness I wasn't sick very often and you could call your family doctor to get an appointment. Well those days are gone. I was scheduled to go to yulee late afternoon for my COVID vaccine but had had a terrible headache, diarrhea, but no fever. Kept calling the Millennium group to ask if I could still get my vaccine and I didn't hear back until after my time for shot. When they finally called back they said to go to urgent care on 8th street so I called and got an appointment for 5:15 which was marvelous. It was just like I remembered, wonderful doctor, extremely clean. And front office girls were extremely friendly. I missed out on getting my vaccine but I got tested for COVID and it was negative thank goodness. I will definitely return to this facility."

"I went for a COVID vaccine, and was very nervous. But there was no need to be. And Jen was fantastic!! I do have one complaint in that I was scheduled to go several days ago and when I got there was told that do to “an issue in the back” they could not do any more vaccines. Since I live 40 minutes away I would have appreciated a call letting me know. But at least they rescheduled me for 2 days later."

"I am thankful for the opportunity to receive my 2nd COVID vaccine. The health care workers there were hospitable and kind. I felt confident that I would be well taken care of, and I did. I was impressed with the professionalism, cleanliness, and great care that I received for my second vaccination. I appreciate the great works at each and every one of those wonderful health care workers good. I recommend that everyone who gave up there Saturday with their families, so myself and others could receive the vaccine, should be acknowledged for their services."

"Walked in, was told “there was a glitch in the system, but we will rake care of you.” Very, VERY friendly, Patient and very professional. They had a problem with their own system, nevertheless they wrote my information on piece of paper and proceeded with my COVID vaccine. I was very impressed by their willingness and professional level of helping people."

"My whole visit to get my first dose of the COVID vaccine was quick and easy. The check-in process, wait time, actual administration of the vaccine, and check-out was smooth, the staff was courteous and efficient, and the facility was clean and offered ample space for distancing. I felt extremely comfortable during the time I spent there and have no worries about returning for my second dose in four weeks."

"I preregistered before I came for COVID vaccine. Was taken right after temperature was taken and directed to a receptionist who was friendly and efficient. Was immediately taken to the exam room . The nurse was expecting me . The shot was administered almost painlessly. I was then sent to a room to wait for 15 minutes (caution for reaction) . During the wait time I scheduled the next shot on line and received a vaccination certificate. All in all was efficient, friendly, and no hassle. Excellent crowd control, patient flow, and friendly, professional staff"

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