Eventually, the plan is to have the vaccine administered in doctors’ offices, select retail pharmacies, hospitals and federally qualified health centers. The state’s interactive map has up-to-date info on where you can get vaccinated now. You can also check with your local health department for details about where you can get vaccinated in your area.
You can try looking for COVID-19 vaccination signs at grocery stores and pharmacies in your neighborhood. Many small, local sites now offer walk-in vaccines so you don’t need an appointment ahead of time.
Some communities have mobile and pop-up vaccination sites in parking lots, parks and other convenient locations to make it even easier for people to get a vaccine.
We don’t have the ability to guarantee a vaccine appointment, but if you have difficulty finding an appointment or transportation to your appointment, we may be able to provide tips to help. Call Member Services at 855-257-1985 (TTY: 711).