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Health ConditionsMedications & TreatmentsHealthcareWell-beingMoreGo to GoodRxHomechevron_rightHealth Conditionschevron_rightCoronavirus (COVID-19)Walgreens COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments & Boosters Near YouWalgreens is partnering with local, state, and federal programs to help administer the COVID-19 vaccine. Here’s how to sign up and schedule a vaccination or booster shot appointment near you.Written by Elizabeth DavisUpdated on May 16, 2022Select language English | EspañolTable of contentsWalgreens vaccine informationFind a vaccination siteBooster shot FAQsLatest vaccine newsBrowse vaccine locationsWalgreens is offering COVID-19 vaccinations at select locationsWalgreens COVID-19 Resource Center | EspañolWalgreens is now booking COVID-19 vaccination appointments online.Walgreens recommends that you check the Walgreens pharmacy website for updates. Please do not contact your local Walgreens pharmacy directly with questions about the COVID-19 vaccine; individual pharmacies cannot schedule appointments or answer questions about eligibility. Appointments are being booked online only.Already vaccinated? You can find out more about vaccine verification here. Find a Walgreens vaccination site near you Vaccine Sites Near: (change location)High ConfidenceLow ConfidencePlease wait, we’re searching for vaccine providers near you.CDC recommendations about COVID-19 booster shotsWho Can Get a Booster Shotexpand_moreThree COVID-19 vaccines are authorized or approved for use in the United States to prevent COVID-19. Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna (COVID-19 mRNA vaccines) are preferred. You may get Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen COVID-19 vaccine in some situations.ELIGIBLE FOR 1 Booster:Everyone ages 12 years and older can get 1 booster after completing their COVID-19 vaccine primary series.Learn when you can get your 1st booster below.ELIGIBLE FOR 2 Boosters:Adults ages 50 years and olderPeople ages 12 years and older who are moderately or severely immunocompromisedPeople who got 2 doses (1 primary dose and 1 booster) of Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccineLearn when you can get your 2nd booster below and what you should consider.Adults ages 18 or olderPfizer-BioNTech1st Booster:CDC recommends a booster of either Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine: For most people, at least 5 months after the final dose in the primary seriesFor people who are moderately or severely immunocompromised, at least 3 months after the final dose in the primary series2nd Booster:People in the following groups can choose to get a 2nd booster of either Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at least 4 months after the 1st booster:Adults ages 50 years and olderPeople who are moderately or severely immunocompromisedModerna1st Booster:CDC recommends a booster of either Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine: For most people, at least 5 months after the final dose in the primary seriesFor people who are moderately or severely immunocompromised, at least 3 months after the final dose in the primary series2nd Booster:People in the following groups can choose to get a 2nd booster of either Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at least 4 months after the 1st booster:Adults ages 50 years and olderPeople who are moderately or severely immunocompromisedJ&J/Janssen1st Booster:CDC recommends a booster of either Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine: For most people, at least 2 months after the primary dose of J&J/Janssen COVID-19 vaccineFor people who are moderately or severely immunocompromised, at least 2 months after the additional dose of Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine2nd Booster:People in the following groups can choose to get a 2nd booster of either Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at least 4 months after the 1st booster:Anyone who got a J&J/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine for both their primary dose and boosterAdults ages 50 years and olderPeople who are moderately or severely immunocompromisedChildren and teens ages 12–17 yearsPfizer-BioNTech1st Booster:CDC recommends a booster of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine: For most children and teens, at least 5 months after the final dose in the primary seriesFor moderately or severely immunocompromised children and teens, at least 3 months after the final dose in the primary series2nd Booster:Children and teens who are moderately or severely immunocompromised can choose to get a 2nd booster of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at least 4 months after the 1st boosterChildren ages 5–11 yearsPfizer-BioNTech1. If you have completed your primary series—but are not yet eligible for a booster dose—you are also considered up to date. Stay up to date by getting 1 booster when you are eligible. Getting a second booster is not necessary to be considered up to date at this time.2. Although mRNA vaccines are preferred for the first booster, J&J/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine may be considered in some situations.Getting a 2nd COVID-19 Vaccine Boosterexpand_morePeople in certain groups or situations are now eligible to get a 2nd COVID-19 booster. If you are eligible, it is up to you whether to get a 2nd booster right now, based on the benefits and risks of a 2nd booster. Your healthcare provider can help you review your options. Here are factors to think about as you consider a 2nd booster.Are you eligible? Right now, you are eligible for a 2nd COVID-19 booster if you:Are 50 years of age or older and got your 1st booster at least 4 months agoAre 12 years of age or older, and are moderately or severely immunocompromised and got your 1st booster at least 4 months agoAre 18 years of age or older and got 2 doses of J&J/Janssen vaccine at least 4 months agoIf you are eligible (see above), are you (or is someone you live with) more likely to get very sick from COVID-19 or be exposed to the virus?Certain factors can make it more likely that someone will get very sick from COVID-19 or be exposed:Being moderately or severely immunocompromisedBeing more likely to be exposed to COVID-19 through your job, where you live, or other factors (such as frequent travel or large gatherings)Being in an area with medium to high COVID-19 community levelsLiving with someone who is unvaccinatedIf you are eligible, can you wait?Even if you are eligible for a 2nd booster, you may consider waiting to get a 2nd booster if you:Had COVID-19 within the past 3 monthsFeel that getting a 2nd booster now would make you not want to get another booster in the future (a 2nd booster may be more important in fall of 2022, or if a new vaccine for a future COVID-19 variant becomes available)If You Get a 2nd BoosterMake sure it has been at least 4 months since your 1st COVID-19 booster.Remember that 2nd boosters can only be Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech (and for people ages 12 to 17 years, only Pfizer-BioNTech).You can self-attest that you have a moderately or severely weakened immune system. This means you do not need any documentation that you have a weakened immune system to get a COVID-19 vaccine (including boosters) wherever they are offered.Scheduling Your Booster Shotexpand_moreIf you need help scheduling your booster, contact the location that set up your previous appointment. If you need to get your booster in a location different from where you received your previous vaccination, there are several ways you can find a vaccine provider.Find a COVID-19 vaccine or booster: Search vaccines.gov, text your ZIP code to 438829, or call 1-800-232-0233 to find locations near you.Source: CDC websiteLatest news about vaccines at WalgreensWalgreens remove limits on at-home COVID-19 testsThe Hill | February 6, 2022Pharmacy chains CVS and Walgreens have removed all limits on at-home COVID-19 tests. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services also announced last week that the 60 million Americans who have Medicare coverage will be provided with free COVID-19 testing kits by the start of springCVS, Walgreens and Walmart Prepare to Distribute Free N95 Masks Next WeekNBC Chicago | January 23, 2022CVS, Walgreens and Walmart are among the many U.S. retailers set to begin distribution of free N95 masks. A total of 400 million masks from the Strategic National Stockpile will be shipped to pharmacies and community health centers enrolled in the nationwide Federal Retail Pharmacy Program.Walgreens limiting purchase of at-home COVID-19 tests amid surge in demand, spread of omicronThe Denver Channel | December 22, 2021Walgreens has announced that it will limit the sale of at-home COVID-19 tests due to supply issues as the omicron variant spreads rapidly across the U.S.The limits apply to purchase made in-person and online.Here’s where you can get a COVID-19 booster shotKare11 | November 19, 2021CVS has announced that nearly 10,000 CVS pharmacies will start offering COVID-19 boosters to all adults who are 18 and older. CVS said those who are eligible for a booster can schedule an appointment through the CVS website or app. Walgreens
Walgreens announced more than 9,000 locations will start offering boosters to newly eligible adults who are 18 and older. Those who are eligible can make an appointment through its website, its app or by calling 1-800-Walgreens. Walmart/Sam’s Club
A Walmart spokesperson announced that the company follows CDC guidance, and boosters are now available at Walmart and Sam’s Club pharmacies nationwide. Those who are looking for a booster can go to the Walmart or Sam’s Club websites to make an appointment or learn more. CVS, Walgreens Now Offering COVID-19 Booster Shots For Those With Weakened Immune SystemsCBS Miami | August 16, 2021CVS and Walgreens have announced that they have started taking appointments for those who are immunocompromised.According to the FDA third doses can only be given at least four weeks after getting a second dose and should be the same brand as the previous shots.The booster shots should only be given to high-risk groups, people who want the booster will be required to confirm they are immunocompromised during scheduling and must show their COVID-19 vaccination cards at the appointment. Appointments can be scheduled for CVS, here and Walgreens is offering walk-in appointments for a third shot at select locations.Walgreens extends $25 giveaway for new COVID-19 vaccine recipients through July 3USA Today | June 30, 2021Walgreens plans to give $25 in store credit to anyone who gets a COVID-19 vaccination there in the next several days. The offer has been extended until July 3. Walgreens said it will provide its incentive in one of two forms: $25 in store credit loaded onto the customer’s myWalgreens account or if they don’t have one, a $25 Walgreens gift card.
It’s not available in Arkansas, New Jersey or New York. See more details here.CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens begin staying open late for COVID-19 vaccine on FridaysPittsburg’s Action News | June 11, 2021Thousands of pharmacies nationwide will stay open later than usual, with the goal of making it easier for people to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Most pharmacies are now accepting walk-ins for COVID-19 vaccine, to check your local store for hours go to each pharamcy link: CVS | Rite Aid | WalgreensCOVID-19 vaccine doses headed to Oregon pharmacies has nearly doubled in last two weeksOregon Live | March 23, 2021The number of COVID-19 vaccine doses headed to Oregon pharmacies has grown dramatically over the last several weeks as the federal government has continued to ramp up its pharmacy program. Pharmacies: Rite Aid, Walmart, Fred Meyer, Kroger, Albertsons, Safeway, Costco, Walgreens, Health Mart. Walgreens departs West Virginia vaccine scheduling systemParkersburg News and Sentinel | March 18, 2021The departure of Walgreens from West Virginia’s COVID-19 vaccination scheduling system should have no negative impact, the head of the state’s vaccination task force said Wednesday during Gov. Jim Justice’s online coronavirus briefing. U.S. Pharmacies to Get a Big Infusion of VaccinesNY Times | February 24, 2021The Biden administration said on Tuesday that it would allocate a minimum of 10.5 million doses of coronavirus vaccines to states in the next three weeks, and would also send some doses directly to retail pharmacies. Dozens of national and regional chains are participating, though not all of them will be involved in the first phase of distribution. Among them are CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, Rite Aid, Kroger, Publix, Meijer, Costco, Jewel-Osco and Safeway. Maricopa County: COVID-19 Vaccine Becoming More Accessible in Arizona PharmaciesFox 10 | February 16, 2021Anyone age 65 and older can sign up for a vaccine appointment at nearly 200 different pharmacy locations in Maricopa County. Fry’s, Safeway, Walgreens, and CVS locations are distributing the COVID-19 vaccine, along with locally-owned pharmacies. If you are eligible in Maricopa County, you can call your local pharmacy directly or go online to make an appointment. Go here to see a list of pharmacy locations administering COVID-19 vaccines.New York City: Pharmacies Will Offer COVID-19 Vaccine to Elderly ResidentsNY Post | February 12, 2021New Yorkers age 65 and older can now make an appointment to get their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at 250 local pharmacies, including Walgreens, Rite Aid, and Costco locations in all five boroughs. To find a location, go here. Walgreens Now Offering COVID-19 Vaccinations in Select StoresWalgreens | February 11, 2021Eligible residents can now make an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine on Walgreen’s website. To make an appointment, go here. You’ll need to create, or be signed into your Walgreens.com pharmacy account to schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment through Walgreens. CVS and Walgreens to Offer COVID-19 Vaccines This Week in New YorkDemocrat & Chronicle | February 10, 2021CVS and Walgreens will have a limited supply of COVID-19 vaccines in New York. The vaccine will be available in select CVS and Walgreens pharmacies on Friday, February 12, 2021.Walgreens Begins Scheduling COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments in North CarolinaCBS 17 | February 9, 2021Starting Tuesday, Febraury 9, 2021, Walgreens locations started scheduling appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine with vaccinations set to begin being administered Friday, Febraury 12, 2021. If you are a North Carolina residents who is eligibile for the vaccine, you can now sign-up for an appointment online here.Walgreens To Be A Vaccination Site, With N.H. Appointments Made Through State SystemNHPR | February 9, 2021Up to 3,400 residents per week will soon be able to get vaccinated for COVID-19 at Walgreens pharmacy locations around New Hampshire. The state is going to prioritize residents who currently have long wait times for appointments already scheduled at state-run clinics by giving them an earlier appointment at these locations.West Virginia Partners with Walgreens in Distribution of 6500 COVID19 Vaccine Doses WeeklyWV Metro News | February 8, 2021According to Governor Jim Justicde, Walgreens will receive 5,800 doses of COVID-19 vaccine a week as part of a federal program with Walgreens. Walgreens is set to coordinate appointments from registration lists based on the counties in which their stores are located.Chicago & Cook Counties: New Chicago Vaccination Sign-up, Cook County Moves to Phase 4NBC Chicago | February 3, 2021Chicago has added new Covid-19 vaccine appointments on the city’s website. Cook County is moving into Phase 4 coronavirus mitigation rules. Walgreens is receiving 39,000 Covid-19 vaccines each week under new federal program.More NewsBrowse by vaccine, pharmacy or stateWhile vaccine eligibility is open to all persons ages 5 and older, it may still be difficult to understand how and where you can get vaccinated. Our resources below can help you find and request an appointment, as well as help you understand what to expect after you receive the vaccine. 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